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Life throws all sorts of things our way and it’s tough to manage some of it on our own. I’ve used various therapists throughout my life and still do when I need extra support.
1. Online directories
There are many online directories that list mental health therapists in your area. Many of these sites allow you to search by specialty, location, insurance acceptance, language spoken and more. Some popular online directories include Psychology Today's Therapist Finder and Good Therapy.
3. Professional organizations
Professional organizations for mental health professionals, such as the American Psychological Association and the National Association of Social Workers, can provide you with lists of local therapists who specialize in particular areas or approaches to treatment.
6. Take the time to research
Once you have identified some potential therapists, take the time to do more research on them.
7. Communicate with your therapist
Once you have found a therapist, make sure to communicate openly and honestly with them about your needs and concerns. This will help ensure that your therapist can provide the best possible care for you.
What Kind of Therapist Should I Seek?
Mental health therapists come in a variety of forms, each with their own specialized training and approach.
Common types of mental health therapists include Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs), Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs), Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners (PNPs), and Clinical Mental Health Counselors.
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