I'm 23, and I don't have the means to go to a psychiatrist/psychologist (I'm not even sure which you would go to) to be evaluated. A very close friend of mine was diagnosed about 5 months ago, and I've been researching bipolar disorder ever since. I don't want to seem like a hypochondriac, or anything like that, and I'm terribly afraid that it will seem that way. I've had so many relationship issues and family issues and just downright depression issues for a long time... I'm starting to think I need professional help. Please forgive me my blunt-ness, but can anyone tell me about how much a visit with a psy doctor costs? I have absolutely no insurance, but I'm so tired of being depressed all the time... Please help!
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