Therapy Guide–Answers to 21 Top Therapy Questions

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Sep 23, 2022 UPDATED
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One significant hurdle to starting therapy is finding a provider and scheduling an appointment. The Monarch directory by SimplePractice provides increased access to treatment by providing therapy seekers an easy way to connect with a directory of over 100,000 therapists, counselors, and psychologists nationwide. 

Monarch is helping more people get the care they need, when and where they need it, by allowing patients to find therapists who align with their needs for in-person or telehealth video therapy sessions.

We checked in with therapists, counselors, and psychologists to get answers to the questions we hear people asking most often about therapy and mental health.

On Monarch, consumers can search for providers, and in many cases, view their calendar availability and request appointments. Connecting with therapists is completely free to therapy seekers. 

What's more, in a library of mental health resources, the Monarch editorial team aims to provide clear, study-based answers to some of the important mental health questions on your mind.

To that end, we checked in with therapists, counselors, psychologists, and psychiatrists to get answers to these questions we hear people asking the most about therapy and mental health.

21 therapy questions people always ask

How can I pay for therapy?

How can I find a therapist or counselor who accepts my insurance?

How does therapy actually work?

Will I be able to find a Black therapist?

 


Need to find a therapist? Check out the SimplePractice Monarch Directory to find therapists near you with availability and online booking.


Article originally published Sep 22, 2022. Updated Sep 23, 2022.

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