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Over 2,000 services in 150+ countries.
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Our nonprofit serves clients who lack health insurance or whose health insurance doesn’t provide adequate mental health benefits with a sliding-scale payment system. These clients also cannot afford current market rates for therapy (between $80-200 a session). We help our members access their choice of affordable in-person or online care from a vetted mental health professional. Please visit our client information page to learn more.
Our therapists provide affordable, in-office and online psychotherapy sessions between $30 and $60
(between $30 and $80 for couples & family sessions).
As long as there is a financial need, our lifetime membership will allow you to see anyone in our network for the rates listed above. This is our guarantee. A lifetime membership only costs $59.
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Affirming mental healthcare nationwide.
We are a group of psychologists, professional counselors, social workers, and administrative specialists who provide quality mental healthcare exclusively to queer and trans people of color. We center anti-racism, social justice, and the intersectional identities of every client we serve.
Take the guesswork out of finding the right therapist. We provide personalized suggestions on the best therapist matches for you based on your free consultation. Our vast network of affirming therapists are ready to support you along your journey.
The Collective believes that despite the incredibly important work we do to support the mental health of those in our communities, we don’t have the resources we need to keep ourselves well while we do that work. Now, more than ever, the world needs mental health providers, and we need to acknowledge that that need is a heavy load to carry, as we ourselves navigate a lot of the same challenges we are supporting others through.
Right now, we are a team of ONE social worker, and a few really awesome volunteers, who see a BIG problem, and are working to create meaningful change through the power of mutual aid. Our Director, Emily Oliver, launched the Collective in July 2021. We now have members in almost 40 states, are working on filing for non-profit status, and are truly making meaningful change to reduce burnout.
We are based in the United States, and the goal is to be able to have therapists in all 50 states, with a diverse representation of our amazing community, including POC therapists, LGBTQIA therapists, therapists of all ages and specialties, of many religions and backgrounds, to provide inclusion and access to all of the beautifully diverse therapists within our community.
Black Female Therapists (BFT) is the #1 lifestyle and empowerment platform for women of color!
Black Female Therapists offer a wide variety of exciting options to support you on your mental health journey, including: classes, therapy and affirmations. They even offer resources if you don't feel ready to make the jump to therapy just yet.
TherapyforBlackMen.org wants to break the stigma that asking for help is a sign of weakness.
Therapy for Black Men was born from the idea that Black men and boys face unique challenges and stigmatization, and therefore need a dedicated space for seeking and finding mental health support. We’ve made it our mission to strip away that stigmatization and ease the process of finding help. By providing targeted resources and a database filled with professionals equipped to support men of color, our users can now obtain the help they need and deserve.
With a rapidly growing directory of 344 therapists and 41 coaches throughout the fifty states thus far, we are here to provide judgment-free, multiculturally-competent care to Black men. The directory makes it simple, allowing you to search for a therapist or coach by their location and specialization. View their credentials, see what issues they treat, and get an idea if they’ll be a fit for you.
You don’t have to man up. Let’s talk it through together.
Demystifying mental health in the Latinx community through our bilingual podcast & platforms.
This national directory is for Latinx Therapists in private practice. There is no other directory like ours that offers space for community, marketing and is created by a Latinx Therapist, daughter of immigrants.
Each offering comes from the heart.
Connect with other Latinx Therapists & join the network.
Mental Health can be challenging, Finding a Therapist shouldn't be.
For so many intersectional communities including Latinx, Black, and those who are marginalized there are so many barriers to finding a mental health professional the most common are financial, lack of insurance coverage, language, transportation, and of course we have a huge lack of representation which can often lead to further trauma, dealing with racial micro aggressions, discrimination, and xenophonia.
We believe that access to mental health is a human right. We dream of a future where therapy is normalized, more accessible and includes our various cultures. We will always stand behind movements that further these values. We are so proud of you for starting this journey, you will be an ancestor one day and just like trauma can be passed down so can resilience.
The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning) young people.
Reach a trained counselor at 866-488-7386.
This non-profit amplifies the experiences of nearly 34,000 LGBTQ youth (ages 13-24) across the United States — with 45% of respondents being LGBTQ youth of color and 48% being transgender or nonbinary — our fourth annual survey is one of the largest and most diverse surveys of LGBTQ youth ever conducted.
Trevor Project offers counseling, resources and training.
All people with all abilities in all bodies deserve equal access to identity affirming, culturally responsive care.
Therapy for Black Girls is an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls.
So often the stigma surrounding mental health issues and therapy prevents Black women from taking the step of seeing a therapist. This space was developed to present mental health topics in a way that feels more accessible and relevant.
Founded by Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed psychologist, speaker and the host of the wildly popular mental health podcast, Therapy for Black Girls. Her work focuses on making mental health topics more relevant and accessible for Black women and she delights in using pop culture to illustrate psychological concepts. She has been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine, Forbes, Bustle, MTV, Huffington Post, Black Enterprise, Refinery29, Teen Vogue, and Essence.
We are the largest South Asian mental health therapist community in the world. Our directory has hundreds of South Asian therapists, including Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Sri Lankan, Afghani and Nepali heritage. Here you can find culturally competent South Asian mental health professionals to help you get the support you’re looking for.
Southasiantherapists.org started as a solution to a common problem: it’s hard to find South Asian mental health professionals through online searches.
Browse our directory of high-quality, culturally sensitive South Asian Therapists from around the world.
Callen-Lorde is the global leader in LGBTQ health care. Since the days of Stonewall, we have been transforming lives in LGBTQ communities through excellent comprehensive care, provided free of judgment and regardless of ability to pay. In addition, we are continuously pioneering research, advocacy and education to drive positive change around the world, because we believe healthcare is a human right.
Callen-Lorde Community Health Center provides sensitive, quality health care and related services targeted to New York’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities — in all their diversity — regardless of ability to pay. To further this mission, Callen-Lorde promotes health education and wellness, and advocates for LGBTQ health issues.
NQTTCN was officially launched in May 2016, as a call to organize mental health practitioners to establish a network where therapists can deepen their analysis of healing justice and where QTPoC community can connect to care. The digital seeds for NQTTCN were planted in 2015 by founder Erica Woodland in an email to close colleagues and comrades. Deeply inspired by a grassroots group of Queer Therapists of Color, QTOC, which was founded in 2009 to provide support and leadership development to mental health practitioners in the San Francisco Bay Area, Erica combined his clinical experience with movement-building experience to launch this vision.
Yas! Big ups to you for journeying to this site to continue your healing! This directory was cultivated specifically for Black and Brown folks who want a therapist that is …
… and growing daily to offer you therapy that liberates.
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We're on a mission to improve the therapist search process. There are numerous barriers to finding a great therapist: lack of quality assurance, outdated information, uncertainty of personality fit, and phone tag.
Zencare removes the guesswork to ensure you have a personalized, smooth, and comforting experience. Clinicians are vetted by our team so you receive the highest quality care. We're currently in these locations!
About the name Zencare: two Japanese characters are translated to the word “zen” in English: 善 means “good” and 全 means “all”. The company name comes from our drive to increase access to inclusive, quality mental health care.
Proudly founded by a Japanese woman, Zencare is Yuri’s hope to simplify the therapist search process for all, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, ability, race, ethnicity, age, class, or religion.
Are you a therapist? Learn more here.
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