Hi, I'd like to help you with your question.
A second opinion is always a good idea, especially if you feel your initial diagnosis does not fit. If you have done research on your own and you feel your therapist or doctor was off base, getting another opinion can help you be sure you receive the right treatment.
Any qualified therapist or psychiatrist should be able to offer you a full evaluation that provides you with an appropriate diagnosis.
Yes, there is a way to get help without insurance. You just need to contact your local community mental health center. They offer therapy, psychiatrists, case managers and other services to help. The may also offer testing, or know who does. They also have a financial office to help you apply for assistance or to work out income based payments you can afford.
To find out information about your local community mental health center or other treatment options in your area, contact your local United Way. They should be able to refer you. You can also contact your local city government to get to the office of mental health services. They can help as well. Another option is your library. They may have resources such as community resource books and informational brochures to guide you on community resources.
Many local universities or colleges may also have resources to help. Graduate students in Psychology may offer low to no cost therapy or testing services. If you live near a teaching or research university or hospital, they may have services for no cost. Even if they do not offer help, they may know who does.
Let me know if you have any more questions,