it totally depends on if we're talking about what gets published in big journals for example, and how studies are conducted, what studies are done, and what conclusions are drawn, of if we're talking more about psychoanalysis and the theory side of psychology (which is still influenced by actual research and is also beholden to capitalist ideology in some cases)
I wouldn't say that any ideas or scientific data produced under capitalism will conform to capitalist views. If this was true, there would be no such thing as socialism as an idea. There are contradictions, and I think it's best to search out stuff by explicit anti-capitalists or people on the fringe.
But also it's almost a silly question (not a bad question, but idk something about it tickles me), in that psychology is the study of our minds and thoughts, which are formed in capitalism, so we will reflect it obviously, and then psychology reflects that reflection, and analyzes its structures, patterns, etc. So of course it will be reflecting capitalism ultimately. But that's also why I think it's necessary to not write it off.