Deliverance ministry is challenging in that way, because we are dealing not just with soul (intellect, feelings, volition) but with spirit. We know that emotions and thinking can be influenced by the spiritual, and yet often what our "gut" tells us and our "mind" thinks has validity, even if that does not fall into spiritual peace. So care and attention needs to be made in ministry that we don't go into the error of thinking everything is spiritual and therefore we start ignoring wholesale large areas of thinking and feeling.
Words and phrases that stop our thoughts and get us to abandon our true feelings about something will not help us spiritually.
Sometimes that "icky" feeling you get about someone, or about something you see, is right on. Not everything can be explained by the spiritual. And just because it is a feeling of "something's not right here," it does not mean that you are "in divination," or "in accusation." Something may actually be "not right," and your thinking and feelings may be trying to get your attention.
God gave you a brain and it is okay to use it. In fact, you are licensed and ordained to think and to feel, and you don't have to discount your thinking just because someone else does not agree. In fact, no matter how many people agree that something wrong is right, it still does not make that thing right. As you explore and learn ministry, don't let anyone rob you or deceive you in telling you that their thinking is superior to yours.
There is freedom when addressing spiritual issues, but the far side of error is going into denial of reality. God wants us to see things as they are, but also with the hope of what He can do.
At the same time, we do live a life which has spiritual substance as well as logical thought and emotion, and it would be unwise to invalidate anything God gave us or to ignore or shut down useful facilities that help us to make wise choices.