By Dr. Perry, PhD
Therapy can be costly. But, there are resources that can help you even if you are on a budget. Mental health professionals are generally people who entered the field of psychology because they wanted to help others. Don’t let your budget stand between you and the help you need because we won’t. Here are some avenues to try if you are feeling emotionally stuck and financially handicapped, but haven’t reached out for help.
1. Group therapy
Group therapy provides an opportunity to engage in social environments that are intended to be supportive and safe. Group therapy settings can be helpful because it reminds people who are suffering that they are not alone. Group therapy generally costs less than individual therapy. People who struggle with social anxiety may find groups to be stress provoking so it may not be the best option for everyone. However, many would…
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