So I know there must be someone out there who has had a struggle finding a counselor that they connect with. I have had 5 in my total of 25 years. One had worked but that was when I was a teen. I returned to him in my adult years to find he was no longer affective for me. I want to find a counselor who is educated in the bipolar field along with other things I may need help with. My question is what is the best effective way to do this?? I do not have insurance as well right now until next month, which who knows how good it will be for the mental coverage.
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