How to Get the Help You Need on ANY BudgetThis will Maximize Your Budget for Therapy (And, More Importantly, Your Benefits FROM Therapy)
Work Outside of Your Sessions
Weekly therapy is only one hour out of 168 hours in the week, or 0.6% of your week. If that’s all you’re investing in overcoming your challenges, therapy will take longer and cost more.
Compare the Cost of Not Doing Therapy
Are your challenges causing you to miss work, home, or family duties? Will not facing your challenges make divorce more likely? What are these things worth?
Use Your Insurance
Even if you have to go out of network, insurance will usually cover most of the cost of therapy if it can be deemed “medically necessary.”
Use Your HSA
If you have a Health Savings Account or Health Spending Account, you can use it to pay for therapy even if your therapy is not medically necessary.
Meet Less Frequently
Meeting every other week costs half as much as meeting weekly. Meeting monthly or every four weeks costs
See a Newer Clinician
Interns and Provisionally Licensed clinicians tend to have lower fees.
Apply for a Scholarship
A scholarship is money set aside within a group practice or by an individual clinician. It is not a sliding scale. When there is money in the scholarship fund, it’s one more way Clinicians serve the community. Check out our scholarship policy here.
Next StepsIf you're ready, you can get started with counseling at Restored Life. Or, if you're not sure whether you need counseling, take the free survey to screen for the most common mental health challenges that people face. Get StartedTake The Free Survey
Challenges We Help With
Reduce Time And Energy Wasted On Worry. Regain Control Of Your Life. Achieve Your Potential.
Regain Your Sense Of Hope, Motivation, And Purpose. Increase Energy And Vitality. Enjoy Life Again.
Reduce Conflict. Improve Communication. Increase Intimacy And Connection. Dream Together.
Porn or Sex Addiction
Increase Integrity. Reduce Shame, Depression, And Anxiety From Porn or Sex Addiction. Don’t Stay Trapped.
Infidelity & Betrayal Trauma
Restore Trust And Commitment. Process The Pain Without Shame. Regain Your Footing. Believe In Yourself And Your Relationship Again.
Try Our Free Resources
We offer these resources to the community for free. No email or identifying information is required to access these tools that can help you overcome your challenges.
Personal Challenges Survey
A free survey with brief screening scales for eight of the most common personal challenges that people face. Also provides suggestions for overcoming your challenges.
Things to Try to Improve Mood
A menu of small habits that can make big changes for depression, anxiety, or anger.
Things to Try to Improve Relationships
A menu of small habits that can make big changes in your relationships.
Things to Try to Overcome Chaos
A menu of small habits that make big changes for addiction or trauma.
Signs You've Found the Right Therapist
80% of the benefit from therapy comes from being matched to the right therapist. Here are seven signs of a good match.
How to Get the Help You Need on ANY Budget
Maximize your budget for therapy and your benefit FROM therapy.
Recommended Reading and Podcasts
A list of books and podcasts we most often recommend to our clients.
Support and accountability groups are a critical part of recovery. Here is a list of groups we recommend.
How To Get The Most Out Of Your Health Insurance Coverage
Strategies You Can Use Right Now - And At Your Next Enrollment
Please help us to help as many people as possible by donating below.
If you want, you can specify which fund you would like to donate to.
The General Fund is allocated at the board's discretion, on a monthly basis.
The Scholarship Fund helps pay for therapy for uninsured people who cannot afford therapy.
The Strategic Plan fund helps us expand our service capacity and publish new resources. The Strategic Plan is set on an annual basis by the board of directors. Our current strategic plan is always available on our about page.