Sliding Scale Affordable Therapy $50 and Under

Below are therapists in the Portland-area that provide affordable counseling services based on a sliding scale. If you choose not to use insurance and would rather pay out of pocket, the therapists below have committed to charging as little as $50 per session. Some counselors slide as low as $20 per session. There are many different reasons for choosing to pay out of pocket for therapy services. You may not have insurance or don't want to bother with your insurance coverage or have any medical record of counseling services. Finding a sliding scale therapist also makes sense if you have insurance but your deductible for mental health benefits is too high.

Therapists who provide affordable sliding scale therapy as low as $50 per session.

Slade Wolf (he/him/his)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW

I am currently accepting new clients with OHP, Care Oregon, or Trillium insurance or self pay. Go to my website for details.

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Rhys Pasimio

Licensed Professional Counselor

The healing journey can be difficult, and sometimes it is long, but I believe that by working together, we can find a way.

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Rob Rusunen (he/him)

Professional Counselor

M.A., QMHP

As your therapist, I will partner with you to help find solutions to life's challenges, difficulties, and uncertainties that you are facing.

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The Hope Connection Counseling Services

Licensed Professional Counselor

We are a group of private practitioners and student interns. We provide quality affordable mental health services to numerous populations.

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Brad Poser, MS, CRC

Professional Counselor Associate

Everybody struggles with feelings of self worth or discouragement. Whether from personal loss, social difficulties or bumps in our relationships, it's easy to forget these emotions are a natural part of the human experience. It's even harder to remember it's okay to ask for help when overwhelmed.

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Sara Eden Gally (she/her)

Professional Counselor

My work is rooted in an awareness of systemic oppression. Many of our coping mechanisms are healthy adaptations to an unjust world.

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