Posts in therapy 101
What is Meant by “Sliding Scale” and How To Talk to Your Therapist About Accessing It

Today, Kayla breaks down what a sliding scale is and how someone can ask for one. A sliding scale is one option for therapy-seekers to access therapy at a lower price than a therapist’s usual fee, based on the seeker’s particular circumstances, and the therapist’s commitment to improve access for those who need it. Read on to learn more.

Read More
Three ways therapy saves you money over time

There's no getting around it. Therapy, like a personal trainer or healthy diet, is a financial investment.

When you're working hard to earn your income, and likely already spending a majority of your income on things like high rent and coffee costs in NYC, taking the leap to invest in therapy can feel like a financial risk. At first.

Read More
The Issue with Insurance

April Dembosky shares on NPR's Morning Edition, "There are a lot of people suffering from a mental health condition who need therapy. And there are a lot of therapists who want to help them. But both sides believe the insurance companies that are supposed to bring them together are actually keeping them apart."

Read More