: 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’

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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.

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