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Directory Listings

Therapy for Black Girls Directory:

Offers a nation-wide listing of culturally-competent therapists specializing in work with minority women.

Inclusive Therapists:

Offers a nation-wide directory of inclusive and diverse therapists specializing in diverse populations with unique needs.

Therapy Den:

Therapy Den offers a progressive and all-inclusive therapist directory we will work with allies and partners to make meaningful change within the mental health industry and society as a whole. The featured therapists below have all identified including a Racial Justice Framework as part of their therapy practice.

Open Path Collective:

Offers a nation-wide listing of therapists providing low cost services for individuals or couples of various backgrounds.

Work and Wellbeing: A Job Guide for People with Mental Health Conditions

Suicide Prevention

Information on Addictions

About Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Here are more free or low-cost sources for mental health treatment of the Black community:

Black Mental Health Resources:

AAKOMA Project: Arlington, Virginia-based but serving the Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. area, offering up to three free virtual mental health sessions for “young people.”

Black Men Heal: Limited and selective (no guarantees) free mental health service opportunities following a waiting period.

Ethel’s Club: Brooklyn-based group offering live-streamed weekday classes, workshops, and wellness sessions for the Black community. The first week is free, up to three sessions a day. Also, free virtual healing and grieving sessions as available (there’s a waiting list).

Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation: To help Black Americans with “life-changing stressors and anxiety” receive mental health services, the organization’s Free Virtual Therapy Support Campaign pays for up to five individual sessions — first come, first served — “until all funds are committed or exhausted.”

Henry Health: Culturally sensitive self-care support and teletherapy for Black men and their families. “The first out-of-pocket session is on us.”

Inclusive Therapists: With a directory of therapists offering reduced-fee teletherapy.

Family Paths: “Mental health and supportive services to low-income, multi-stressed individuals and families” in Alameda County, Calif.

The Loveland Foundation: Financial assistance is sometimes available for between four and eight sessions for Black women and girls.

National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network: A directory of mental health practitioners working in agencies, community-based clinics, and private practice. Also, a mental health fund that provides financial assistance to queer and trans people of color by queer and trans people of color.

Talkspace: Live video psychiatry sessions, plus a free therapist-led racial trauma support group, and financial assistance for the Black community.

Therapy for Black Men: Free therapy sessions for Black men are in the planning stages. You can sign up to be notifications when they become available.

Zencare: Provides a list of Black therapists — primarily in Boston, New York City, and Rhode Island — some of whom “offer a sliding scale, lower fees, or out-of-network reimbursement for individuals who cannot otherwise afford to pay for therapy.”

Association of Black Psychologists Directory

Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective (BEAM)

Black Female Therapists

Black Male Therapists Directory. Provided by Black Female Therapists

Black Men Speak

Black Mental Wellness: Apps, podcasts, videos.

Black Virtual Therapist Network: Provided by the Black Mental Health Alliance.

Brother, You’re on My Mind: Provides educational materials on mental health issues affecting black men, particularly Omega Psi Phi Fraternity members, with an online toolkit.

InnoPsych: Resources to find a therapist of color.

LGBTQ Psychotherapists of Color Directory

Melanin and Mental Health: Directory of “Dope Therapists.”

My Tru Circle

Ourselves Black: Directory of providers, plus a podcast, online magazine, and online discussion groups.

Sista Afya Community Mental Wellness: Chicago-area organization providing sliding-scale rates for mental health treatment for Black women.

Therapy for Queer People of Color: Therapist directory.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233

National Trans Lifeline:1-877-565-8860

Crisis Text Line: Text “HOME” to 741741

California Warmline: 855-845-7415

Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth Lifeline): 1-866- 488-7386 or Text “START” to 678678

National Child Abuse Hotline: 800-422-4453

Mental Health Resources

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