I think where you're at now in terms of consciousnes has brought you to this conclusion. With time and reflection, im certain you will change your mind. Allow me to raise these points.
You seem to think money is the evil thing. Money is a piece of paper and a number on a screen. It's worth represents our desires, goals, oppurtunities, possessions even. I think it's peoples relationship with money that can get out of hand. So, is the piece of paper evil? Sit back and ask yourself that question and really fairly consider it. Is the piece of paper what corrupts people or do people become corrupt for the money? A distinct difference.
Psychologists and counsellers recieve money to help people with problems. They go to study extensively and put time and effort into learning so they can help these people and so they can be worth something for their time.
Now psychologists help us mentally and emotionally. With your logic, their reward should just be their satisfaction with a job well done. You serve someone mentally and emotionally, you get paid in mental and emotional satisfaction. That's nice and all, but satisfaction in that client isn't going to hold up with the bank when they can't make a mortgage payment.
Psychics, though they are different to psychologists, are a little bit of an offshoot. Their goal primarily is to find where you're at right now, and how they can help you with some of the issues you have. To get to the point they're at ( the good ones) they needed training, a lot of effort and time. Someone comes for a reading, might gain a good deal of help, and then leave without paying. All good, spirit pays them right? Well, Spirit food might sound nice in theory, but it doesn't feed my family.
When you have a service performed for you, it is etiquette to give something in return. When you buy milk, you exchange a sum of money equal to that of the milk, so that you can recieve the milk.
When you have a psychic reading, it might be very nice to say they should be paid in spirit - but they don't feed you, clothe you and keep a roof over your head. It's about balance and it's about living.
If you can provide someone a service, while doing what you love and love what you're doing then it is an honorable thing to be able to live abundantly providing that service.
I notice in the spiritual community that we were all brought up in this sort of judeo christian consensus belief system that it's good and spiritual to be poor. I don't think this is the case at all, in fact money provides you with a lot of things. Better living conditions, being able to afford good food for a healthier diet, better education for our children, adding some fun into life and being a little more secure and confortable. What's so bad about having those things? Not everyone is evil. I think what you're saying is a little old fashion and a bit unfair.