I was in the religion from the age of two, so don't remember anything different. I also believed and trusted implicitly.
Since my exit three years ago I have not felt the need for counselling but I have the benefit of a very understanding partner (found after leaving JW) and it's therapeutic to have his perspective. He has the perception to recognise that many of my views still carry the remnants of a life of indoctrination which are more ingrained than I had thought.
That said, I personally know several ex JWs for whom counselling has been an important step in moving on.
As has been said already, we all have a different emotional make up and the cult lifestyle has had more impact on some than others
At least now we are free to choose whatever path we want without fear of censure.