I'm not the right therapist for everyone. But even if I'm not the one for you, I still want to help connect you with the right person so you can get the care you need. Below are some resources that might point you in the right direction.
Give an Hour lists practitioners who offer mental health services free of charge to military personnel (including active duty, reserve, and veterans) and their families as well as to survivors of natural and human-made disasters.
Good Therapy has a large database sortable by many factors including whether the therapist offers a sliding scale.
Greater Lakes Mental Health Center has a few locations around the south Sound region and offers psychiatric care, case management, chemical dependency services, and other programs related to mental health.
Open Path Collective keeps a sortable list of private practice therapists who offer sliding scale spots to people in their community.
Psychology Today has a large database that's sortable by location, issue, treatment approach, and more. Many therapists list sliding scale ranges.
Sea Mar Community Health Centers has locations across the state including several in Pierce County and offer psychiatric care, case management, chemical dependency services, and other programs related to mental health.