Confidential Client Registration

1

Search

Find Open Path therapists in your area, view their profiles and find the best fit for your needs.

2

Apply

Fill out our simple online client info sheet and pay a one-time, lifetime membership fee of just $49. To find out why we charge a membership fee, and how the fees are used, please click here.

3

Engage

Schedule an appointment with your chosen professional and work out payment terms (between $30 and $50 a session) with your therapist.

  • Basic information

  • Name of the Therapist you have chosen:

    Please make sure you select a therapist from our database, and provide their name.

  • Counseling Modality :

    To better serve you, please select the modality of counseling you would like to receive:

  • Remote Therapy:

    Should an in-office therapist not be available in your area, would you be willing to work with a clinician in your state by telephone or face-to-face using an internet-based video service?

  • Reduced Session Fee Agreement

    I can pay between $30-50 per session to my mental health clinician and the one-time $49 membership fee to Open Path. I cannot afford current market rates of psychotherapy ($90-150 per session).

    As a client member of Open Path, I give you permission to contact me in six month's and one year's time to request that I take a post-treatment survey if I have yet to do so.

  • After the application process, we will guide you in how to pay Open Path’s $49 membership fee. Shortly after the fee is paid we will email you a printable membership form which you can use to show your therapist that you are an Open Path client. All of the information contained in this application is for Open Path's administrative use only. It will never be made public under any circumstances and will only be shared with your prospective therapist.
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