First: Try expanding your location! You can do this by selecting additional nearby areas and by selecting “remote video sessions.”
Next: If you filtered by insurance, try adding “sliding scale” to your search to include therapists who don't accept your insurance but are able to work within your budget. Many therapists and psychiatrists do not accept insurances but are open to lowering their fees for clients who demonstrate financial need.
Read here for more information on seeing an out-of-network provider and receiving insurance reimbursement for out-of-network therapy.
Note that it can be especially difficult to find a great psychiatrist who takes insurances; those who do often have long waitlists for new clients. In Rhode Island, we’re fortunate to have a few medication prescribers who take insurances. You can find in-network psychiatrists by filtering by insurance and your age (under “Clientele”). We currently don't have psychiatrists in New York, Massachusetts, or Connecticut who take insurance; however, many insurance plans will reimburse you 20-80% of the session fee, depending on your exact plan.