Just got back from my weekly therapy session at the range. Short on time so I went to the indoor range a couple miles from the office.
My routine - I don't mix guns/calibers on a given shoot. IMHO mixing confuses the brain and muscle memory. At least for me.
3 weekly trips during the month, I shoot my Ruger Mark III. I typlically shoot on the 50' range. I love .22. Inexpensive and I can shoot 300-400 rounds without fatigue. I'm an old fart.
One trip a month, I shoot my CCW Glock 26. Mostly at 25' but some at 50'. Usually 100-150 rounds. Wish I could shoot more but even 9mm is bloody expensive.
Both my indoor range and outdoor range give senior discounts. So the $8 or so range fee and the price of ammunition is a lot less expensive than couch time with a shrink.
Shoot well and often...