How to Find a Good Therapist

I wish that I could help everyone individually, but I’m unable to take new clients as a therapist at this time. Below are some resources I recommend to help you find counseling and mental health resources. 

For affordable, online therapy, try my sponsor*, BetterHelp.

BetterHelp connects you with a licensed mental health provider in your area who can help you through phone calls, video chat, and even text messaging. And it all starts at around $65 a week.

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Download my Free and Affordable Therapy Resources PDF that shares different resources for Mental Health. This PDF is a free resource I offer. 

For help finding a face-to-face, local therapist use Psychology Today. They have a directory that you can search by location here. 

Psychology Today is not a sponsor of Therapy in a Nutshell.

If can be hard to find a good therapist, and can take some trial and error so here is a helpful article by Clinical Psychologist, Nick Wignall: “How to Find a Great Therapist”, that will walk you through how to find the right therapist for you. 

* BetterHelp is a sponsor of Therapy in a Nutshell, LLC. They help make it possible to produce the videos, podcast, and blog.

In return, Therapy in a Nutshell is compensated for advertising for them (like this post right here). We share a common mission of making mental health resources more accessible. BetterHelp makes it easy to connect with an online therapist, and they are more affordable than many other providers. While seeing a therapist in person is always ideal, I only recommend services that I trust myself. 

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