Like a degree or house, therapy is an investment. And this usually comes with a decent price tag. After all, the minimum educational requirement for a psychotherapist is a master's degree so we can gain specialized training on how to deal with incredibly complex situations, people, and dynamics. And for someone like me who is very committed to my clients and passionate about my work, I am continually attending additional trainings, seminars, and conferences to enhance my skills, all of which add value to the work I do but also have their own price tag.
Unfortunately, however, coverage for psychotherapy services is incredibly complicated, so please peruse our FAQs for more information. Please note that there are still options available to you if you do not have coverage with a Registered Psychotherapist, which are also discussed below: