I prefer to see my clients weekly for one hour sessions. I find this makes it a regular, scheduled appointment that you will rarely feel the need to miss. I also find the therapy process is slower when we meet less often and it takes longer (and therefore more money) to meet your needs. However, it also depends on what you want to work on in therapy. If you want to decrease anxiety symptoms, you may find bi-weekly sessions are enough so you can learn new skills and give them a try. If you are coming to therapy because you have a trauma history and long-term symptoms and related concerns, you will find you need weekly sessions to heal in a timely manner and get the support you need. If finances are an issue, then by going bi-weekly at least you are able to get help. Just ensure you do not cancel often, as this can result in scheduling difficulties and possibly not getting the results you want.