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No matter where you're at in life, we're here to help you find a therapist who'll support you on your journey.
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From their background to specialty, you'll find someone who aligns with your values and needs.
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Frequently asked questions
All our therapists are vetted and go through a thorough interview process before working with us. So you can be sure that no matter who you choose, you'll get the quality mental health care you deserve. Our network of nearly 8,700 therapists have a wide variety of license types, specialties, and modalities, including talk therapy and med management, ensuring you'll find what you're looking for.
Yes! We accept most major insurance providers and are constantly working to expand our list. While coverage varies by state, you can use our filters to browse only the therapists who are in-network with your plan. We recommend contacting your insurance provider to check your mental health benefits so you know what to expect.
While there are a few factors that affect cost, including your location, insurance provider, and mental health coverage, some people pay as little as $0 per session. Clients using insurance pay as little as $0-$20 per session. Check your specific benefits to get a better idea of your coverage.
Feeling nervous about therapy is totally normal. But being prepared and knowing what to expect can help ease some of your nerves. A therapist’s role is not to solve your problems or judge the people in your life. Instead, their aim is to help you focus on what you can change or control, such as your responses and choices. Most therapists encourage their clients to look inward, which may involve exploring past trauma, overcoming phobias, or improving interpersonal relationships. Your first therapy appointment will likely involve the therapist asking you questions about yourself, your symptoms, coping mechanisms, and therapy goals. This is also your chance to ask them questions, as well. Over time, therapy will get easier and you'll start to see the many benefits.
While there's no one-size-fits-all approach to finding the right fit for your needs, whoever you choose should make you feel safe and supported. During your initial appointment, be sure to ask questions about your therapist's specialties and preferred methods. Also let them know your mental health goals or what you hope to achieve in therapy. Finding a therapist who works for you can be a process, so if you don't think someone is right for you, there's no shame in that. Sometimes it takes a few tries to get it right.