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Oh well it was good while it lasted

I found out tonight that my brand new, excellent, professional, empathetic therapist doesn’t accept my insurance.

I called the insurance company myself and just found out.

Oh well, I lost a really good therapist and I’m really bummed out by it.

I’ll probably take a break from therapy for a while.

I highly doubt I’ll find another qualified therapist like her.

Plus now I have to pay for 5 sessions out of pocket.

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That sucks big time. I’m sorry.

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Thanks @everhopeful
It’s too ■■■■■■■ bad.

Just my luck.

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I’m sorry @Wave.

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Thanks @Gamera 1515

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Ouch I am so sorry! My therapist doesnt take my insurance, either. I pay out of pocket because I had been working with her 3 years before she switched to private practice and I dont want to stop. But it definitwly gets expensive.

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Yes I was thinking if I should see her only once a month and pay out of pocket, but I don’t know if that’s worth it or if she’ll accept to see me once a month.

I can’t afford to see her more than this.

Thanks @ninjastar

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I’m so sorry.

My husband’s therapist doesn’t take our insurance and it’s pricey.

I’m sure you can find someone else that takes your insurance and is professional.

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Oh man I’m so sorry

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Yes thanks @goldenrex and @Twialine

I’ll see but I may take a small break from therapy for a while before I start looking again. @goldenrex

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That’s a big-time bummer. I called my first therapist a while ago, and she said she was retiring soon. That was a total letdown, she’s one of two people in the world that I trust

Maybe you’ll find the right therapist, exactly at the right time

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Yes thanks @dcragg65
I hope so.

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I see mine once a month, but when I was first starting I went every week. I honestly miss every week, but I also can’t afford it.

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A bunch of helpful idiots therapists are.

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I may see her once a month.
I’m seriously thinking about it.
She’s that good.

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Sorry to hear this @Wave i hope you get the help you need

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Thanks @flyingpancakes

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I’m sorry to hear that your favorite therapist doesn’t take your insurance. Could you possibly find out which insurance companies she does take and then maybe switch to one of them? I don’t know how hard it would be. I know you got pre existing conditions.

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I was thinking of starting therapy too. What does a decent therapist charge? $$$

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Sorry @Wave about your therapist. Yes it may be worth it to pay to see them monthly if it works financially. I see my nurse for therapy every 2 weeks (by phone now due to covid) and I don’t know what I’d do without her now. Things will work out.

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