ok, back to the question of is there really a kind of therapy? but in a different way. I've seen billions of docs through out my life, and billions of psychologists, along with billions of hospitals. Strangely, the therapy part sucks. Its been mainly about the medication, and then let me go and and fend for myself. But I do think I need a psychologist or therapist, mainly because you see them more often then the psychiatrist. But then I go through millions to find the right ones, but I don't know what i"m trying to find. At the same time, I need them to just know me more of whatever my problem is, so that when it comes to medicating me, are we even on the right disorder to treat. And also, cause the me or medication changes after 3-6 months, a major change is needed. So help me, I have heard that there are different types of therapy like cognitive therapy and such. I've already done a bit of some random types of therapy, I'm sure of it cause they all are so different. More like anger management, or just rambling therapy. Now, I've lived in this psych world for over 10 years, am coming to the conclusion that medication is the only way I'll get anywhere. But I can't be living it that way. Always monitoring myself till I see the doc in 1-3 months later, to know if I'm hallucinating, going manic or depressed, or just have a plain rebelious anger problem and stuck in the childhood times; but half the time I don't relize it till its a huge scene somewhere. But I just moved to a different town, got my insurance and asked for who to see for psychologist or counseler. After they sent me to one guy, and he turned out to be the most horrible psychologist I've ever met. I return for another name. They have a huge list, then they ask, what am I looking for and type of therapy? for what treatments? what are my diagnoses? I don't know what to say, without rambling off everything I know that tells them nothing. Does anyone know what I'm suppose to ask for?, or what are my options? Time is running short on this cause I decided to take my time on figuring out what I need to do. Its 4 months later, and I'm struggling with something now. I can't hold a job or stay in school because of a random chrisis every few months, and barely a support group, and depending on medication.