Open Path Asheville — Your path to affordable therapy

Therapy Within Reach

  • Find therapists for rates that range between $30 and $50 a session
  • In-office care from a vetted Mental Health Professional
  • Your lifetime membership will allow you to see anyone in our network for the rates listed above, at any point in time. This is our guarantee.
  • Open Path is a recognized nonprofit leader in helping people access affordable, high quality psychotherapy services
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What Is Open Path?

We are a group of therapists that believe in widening the opportunities individuals, couples, and families have to access affordable therapy in the Asheville area. We ask prospective clients to pay a one-time, lifetime membership fee of $49 to become members of Open Path in Asheville.

Open Path Members Receive:

In office, private practice therapy for $30 to $50 a session.
The potential savings.

Over time our clients save hundreds or thousands of dollars from current market rates for private psychotherapy. In fact, it takes just two sessions to recover one's membership fee and start saving. This is both affordable healthcare and smart healthcare.

A lifetime membership.

This means that if you want to see a different therapist in our network, Open Path's per-session prices will always be available to you. Even many years down the road! (as long as you still are in need of discounted, low-fee psychotherapy, of course).

Peace of mind.

You'll be working with one of our experienced, vetted, licensed (or pre-licensed) professionals in their private office. We take your mental health seriously and we do everything we can to ensure you will be working with a therapist you can trust.

Testimonials:

(All testimonials are voluntarily submitted)
I'm so grateful for Open Path. I am uninsured and really needed help. I wanted to see a therapist that I could choose myself, and Open Path made that possible. This is a great service.
T.R.Open Path client
I've struggled with anxiety for many years. Finding the right therapist is never easy and usually the ones I want to see are out of my price range. With Open Path I was able to pick a therapist I felt confident about, and my experience so far with her has been great.
B.C.Open Path client
I'm so happy that Open Path exists. Thank you and thanks to all of the therapists that are helping to make this inspiring group possible.
J.E.Open Path client
I couldn't find anyone I wanted to work with who would take my insurance. Because of Open Path for the price of my co-pay my girlfriend and I can go to couples counseling.
D.S.Open Path client
I searched high and low for an affordable therapist that could work with my 9 year old daughter. My daughter's [Open Path] therapist is professional, smart, and really good at what she does. And I can afford her rates. I can't tell you what a relief it is to find you.
H.F.Open Path client
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Featured Therapists:

Nikki Calloway
Counselor - M.Ed., LPC
Asheville, NC
I believe in empowering clients to discover their own inner power to heal and reach their goals. My philosophy is client-centered with a motivational approach to treatment. My unique coaching style provides a framework for clients to identify and eli...
Andrew Bednarzik (Porch Light Counseling)
Licensed Mental Health Counselor - LPC
Asheville, NC
It’s important to know that whatever you’re struggling with (and we’re all struggling with something), you are not alone. Talking to someone can really help – even if you’re not sure who to talk to or how, or you haven’t been to counselin...
Tamara Hanna (Love & Loss Counseling)
Licensed Mental Health Counselor - Master of Science
Asheville, NC
In addition to being a licensed professional counselor for 10 years, I am a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist through the Grief Recovery Institute, and this is my passion--to help people through grief, loss, change, transitions: LIFE. Whether it’...
Noel Griffin (Noel Griffin, LCSW)
Clinical Social Worker/Therapist - Array
Asheville, NC
Many therapy approaches tell us that our thoughts are the root of the problems we are facing in life. EMDR teaches that negative thoughts and emotions are the symptoms, not the source, of the problem. Distressing emotional experiences or traumas affe...
Joe Wilkerson (Joe Wilkerson, LPC, LCAS)
Counselor - LPC, LCAS
Asheville, NC
Being on the human journey means being visited by all sorts of painful things: stress, fear, loss, discouragement, anger. For some it also has included trauma, or pain too great to bear. We cope the best we can, but sometimes addiction, depression, c...