: One-third of Americans say they can’t afford therapy: ‘The gas money that it takes to drive to see the therapist, the money for babysitters has gone up’


The cost of living is high, finances are tight and Americans are cutting back their spending. In some cases, that means skipping mental-health treatment.

A third of Americans have canceled therapy sessions because of out-of-pocket costs and 39% reported that they have reduced the frequency of therapy sessions to save money, according to a new Cost of Therapy survey by Verywell Mind, a mental-health publication whose articles are reviewed by board-certified doctors and mental-health experts.


This article was originally published by Marketwatch.com. Read the original article here.

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