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How to Select the Right Therapist for You | Fox&Co. Mental Health
Author Article It's not easy to find a good therapist. Therapy can be incredibly cost-prohibitive, for one thing, depending on insurance coverage. Then, there are scheduling constraints (it's hard to find a therapist with open hours if you work a traditional 9-to-5), location constraints, general time constraints, and trying to suss out whether or not the person you're spilling all your shit to is the right one to help you unpack and repack it. There are also hundreds of different types of therapy, which is daunting when you're not sure what kind will work best for you, in addition to a slew of different categories of mental health professional, all of which come with different credentials and training. It's a lot to navigate, especially when you're a first-time client. Here are some tips for selecting the right kind of help. If You Can't Afford a Therapist, Try These Mental Health Resources If you have mental health issues but can't afford (or make time for) one-on-one therapy,