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<p>I am going back to school and have no health insurance (kids are covered through their dad, but not me), but desperately need some sort of therapy. I know there is a free service on my campus that offers short term therapy. I feel like I'm such a wreck (and have been for soooo long, and things just keep snowballing...) that just a few sessions wouldn't even scratch the surface and would just end up making me feel more frustrated. So I don't know if it would be worth it. Thoughts?  </p>
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<p>After re-reading my post it seems silly not to, I guess. </p>
 

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<p>I know that it might seem overwhelming before you start, but my experience has been that a good therapist can cover a LOT of ground in just a few sessions.</p>
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<p>Give it a try, definitely.  If you feel like you still need therapy when your sessions are up, ask the therapist about resources for continuing care. They might know of reduced-cost or payment plan options, and even if they don't, it never hurts to ask!</p>
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<p>I will. Thanks, Bokonon.</p>
 
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