Shopping around for therapy

When you’re looking for help with your mental and emotional difficulties the first question you ask shouldn’t be what do you charge but rather what is your success rate. That’s the only thing that matters. Can you help me; have you had success before with people with this condition? Can you prove it? That’s what you need to be asking.

You shouldn’t be asking about the price first when you are looking for psychological help. This is not like shopping for car insurance. This is your mind. Are you seriously going to put your trust in someone who charges the least amount of money? Why are they charging so little for such a complex profession? The only thing that matters for you is that you get noticeable results.

When someone calls and says they are ringing around for prices I never take them on. That should never be your first consideration. I do however understand that for many people money is tight, but shopping around for cheap psychological help is not only a false economy it’s dangerous too.

As the old saying goes if you pay peanuts you get monkeys!

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Warm regards


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