Sorry, the Therapist Can't See You -- Not Now, Not Any Time Soon

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Natalie Dunnage lives in San Francisco, a place where you think it would be easy to find a therapist. But when she needed one, she couldn't find any who took her insurance. Insurance companies say there is a shortage of therapists. What the heck is going on here? KQED's April Dembosky does her own search across the state to find out if therapy is becoming a hobby for the wealthy, rather than a necessity for the mentally ill.