No. I, along with many other psychoanalysts, refrain from working with insurance companies. In any case, accepting insurance coverage is not practical, especially for working with individuals abroad or outside the state of Massachusetts. Unfortunately, psychoanalytic psychotherapy is considered an elite service, and due to its nature, many people who genuinely need this service are left without access. This is a distressing reality, but given the current patterns of wealth, access, and privileges, it is not easily solvable or changeable. For example, the current global political and economic situation has deprived many people living in Iran of various services and privileges. As mentioned before, I try to create some fairness in this unjust market system by offering special discounts to fellow Iranians living in Iran, or by providing a sliding scale fee structure, but I am well aware that the level of need far exceeds what I or any other individual can offer.