I've been seeing a therapist for the past month and a half and it's been great. She's totally awesome and she's helped me realize my depression and all that jazz. She's put me on some meds and I'm hoping they work in conjunction with the therapy, but there's a problem. I just got on a new insurance plan two months ago with my promotion and work and they're investigating if because of my therapy I have a pre-existing condition. If I do, according to their investigation, then they'll refuse payment of my therapy. My doctor charges $125 a session. That's totally out of my price range. It'll be an effort to pay the debt due to the insurance company's lack of payment if they choose to deny coverage. I couldn't pay that and the full price for sessions to come so what are options for me? If I can't go to therapy then what do I do? Any ideas?
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