Finding a Therapist
Help with a referral in the Washington DC area:
If you would like help finding an insight-oriented (also known as talk therapy) therapist feel free to email or call, leaving me preferences regarding location, gender and other pertinent information, if any, such as fee considerations. I will get back to you with a couple of suggestions. Therapists whom I can connect you to are generally “out-of-network providers.” The level of fee reimbursement from your insurance company depends on your individual policy. Some therapists may have reduced-fee time available.
If you want to see someone “in network” you must choose from a list provided by your insurance company. Additionally, you may wish to consult the online therapist finder, where you can search for a clinician by insurance company, and also by foreign language spoken.
Additionally, some area organizations that provide low-fee therapy are listed below:
- Reduced-fee psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, Washington Center for Psychoanalysis 202-337-1617
- The Center Clinic , affiliated with George Washington University
- Community Counseling Services Center, also affiliated with the George Washington University
- The Eugene Meyer III Treatment Center
- The Women’s Center– DC and Vienna, VA
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