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Yellow Springs Riding Centre

Phone: (937) 767-9087 | The Riding Centre Association is a nonprofit organization that provides a foundation in safe riding and the care and management of horses through affordable lessons to children and adults of diverse capabilities from Yellow Springs, Ohio, and surrounding communities. People of all ages, races, and socioeconomic backgrounds benefit from day camps, group and private lessons, and our therapeutic riding program.

Therapeutic Riding Institute

Phone: (937) 317-4001 | Enhancing lives by providing accredited therapeutic equine experiences in a safe, fun and compassionate environment.

Autumn Trails Stable

Phone: (937) 536-9912 | Our mission is to strive to nurture the full potential of individuals in our community through the therapeutic power of horses.

National Queer & Trans Therapists of Color Network

The National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN) is a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color (QTPoC). We work at the intersection of movements for social justice and the field of mental health to integrate healing justice into both of these spaces. Our overall goal is to increase access to healing justice resources for QTPoC.

Family Services of Dayton (counseling services for hearing impaired)

Phone: (937) 222-9481 | Since 1896, Family Services has been serving Dayton and surrounding communities by providing counseling and community based social services. Since then, Family Services has housed many organizations under our umbrella that provide specialized services for those in need. From services for the deaf to treating a variety of mental health issues, from depression and anxiety to severe trauma, we continue to strive to provide quality services for our neighbors in need.

Well Within

Phone: (614) 392-5933 | Our psychiatric nurse practitioners specialize in treating a broad spectrum of psychiatric symptoms including Acute Stressors, ADD/ADHD, Anxiety and Panic Symptoms, Bipolar Spectrum, Compulsions, Depression, Dysthymia, Difficulty Concentrating, Impulsivity, Insomnia, Obsessive Thinking, Overwhelm, Pharmacogenomic Testing, Personality Disruptions, PTSD, Self-Harm Thoughts and Behaviors, and Thought Disturbance.

Woodstream Wellness Psychiatic

Phone: (937) 759-0545 | Our WSW Team includes board certified specialists committed to treating, inspiring, empowering, nurturing, and supporting the human spirit. Our office is proud to offer both prescribers for medication management and therapists for psychotherapy. At WSW, we are devoted to not only upholding, but surpassing standards of mental health care and our clients’ expectations. We serve the Greater Dayton and Cincinnati Area with honor.

Solutions Health and Wellness

Phone: (937) 988-0989 | Solutions Health and Wellness is a Behavioral and Psychiatric practice of licensed, trained, accredited and experienced Nurse Practitioners who are highly respected in their field. Our providers lengthy work experiences have fostered their passion for helping those most in need. Their extensive personal, educational and research experience has led them to elevated competency in assisting their patients to meet health and wellbeing.

PATH Behavioral Health

Phone: (937) 226-9787 | PATH Behavioral Health is an organization that specializes in providing high quality, innovative behavioral health treatment via strength-based solutions and positive approaches to care.


Phone: (937) 912-3306 | Finding a mental health provider that is right for you and making your first appointment can be the most difficult steps in your mental health journey. At LifeStance, we make it simple. We have board certified psychiatrists and licensed therapists offering online and in-person appointments. Our mission is to provide high quality mental health services that enhance the well-being of individuals, families, and the community.

Emerald Psychiatry & TMS Center

Phone: (614) 565-7075 | At Emerald Psychiatry we believe patients deserve access to real time mental health care! We treat patients 13 years of age and older with mental health needs related to anxiety, depression, PTSD, OCD, and more.

Earthside Health & Wellness

Phone: (513) 506-0345 | Earthside Health and Wellness is a mental health clinic focusing on women and children. We will provide you with the tools and support that will bring you back to the Earthside. One with yourself in mind body and spirit. Providing holistic and integrative Mental Health treatment focusing on the body inside and out. This will include nutrition, hormones, nature, movement, as well as therapy and medication.

Beckett Springs Changes

Phone: 937-518-6181 | Beckett Springs Changes is an outpatient mental health clinic in Dayton, OH. We provide intensive outpatient programs (IOP) and partial hospitalization programs (PHP) for those facing mental health and addiction challenges. Our programs offer specialized, compassionate behavioral health treatment for children, adolescents and adults.

Beckett Springs

Phone: (513) 942-9500 | We’re here to support your journey of recovery from mental health & addiction challenges.

Tracy Hunt, LPCC

Phone: (937) 321-9794 | I help adults reduce anxious thoughts, increase self-esteem, heal from non-complex trauma, manage stress and chronic pain, heal from grief and loss, adjust to life changes and improve negative thinking patterns. Therapy doesn't have to take years. A lot of clients find the help they need in 6-8, or sometimes fewer sessions.

Roush & Associates

Phone: (937) 879-7996

Rise Counseling Group

Phone: (937) 619-9089 | Email: | Rise Counseling Group is a social justice based private practice in Dayton, OH, and the first of its kind! We focus on improving the mental health and wellness of Black women & teen girls, and other women of color by doing therapy at the many intersections of life that can impact our mental health- race, gender, sexuality, ability, social injustice, and so on! We offer space to heal and have hope when dealing with mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, and life’s ups and downs. We believe in “having the conversation” to help clients be released from the junk they carry with them day to day as women, daughters, sisters, mothers, and partners.

Positive Perspectives

Phone: (937) 390-3800 | Positive Perspectives is a group of mental health professionals who are dedicated to helping with life’s difficulties. We are trained psychologists, social workers, and counselors. But more than that, we are real people who have coped with and transcended difficult life experiences ourselves.

Layh & Associates

Phone: (937) 767-9171 | The broad range of specialities and extensive experience of our clinical staff allow us to offer evaluation, treatment, and support for most mental, emotional, behavioral, or relationship challenges for adults, children, adolescents, couples, and families.

Karen Nelson, LPCC, LICDC

Phone: (937) 903-6606

Joan Chappelle, LPCC

Phone: (937) 776-4463

Hesed Psychological Assessment Services

Phone: (937) 567-0546 | Hesed Psychological Services can meet all of your assessment needs across the lifespan. We provide neuropsychological assessment services for learning difficulties, attention problems, memory concerns, autism spectrum disorders, and dementia/Alzheimer's disease.

Hensel Ward, PhD

Phone: (937) 390-7773 | We offer a wide range of psychological and counseling services to all ages. We offer treatment for most emotional, behavioral, school, work or relationship problems including anxiety, depression, addictions and PTSD. We work with individuals, couples and families and correspond with physicians when health care is central to recovery. We also help workers maintain their employment while they are recovering from their mental illness and mediate conflict with employers so they can keep their job. In the case of injured workers covered by the BWC we advocate for our patients through their attorney and physicians to maximize their treatment and maintain their compensation.

Eric McLellan, LPCC

Phone: (937) 643-0091

Empowering Wellness

Phone: (937) 230-4661 | We work with highly intelligent individuals and high achievers, such as CEO, executives, engineers, pilots, professional athletes, college students, federal and government employees who may find the need for a discreet and understanding counselor. If you have been able to successfully hide from your trauma or have found therapy unsuccessful in the past, Empowering Wellness may be the right fit for you. We utilize structured and supportive modalities that create a thoughtful and safe counseling environment that empowers you to do the work and move forward on your path to healing.

Empower Psychology

Phone: (937) 294-6004 | At Empower our mission is to guide discovery through quality psychological services that lead to self-empowerment and optimal living.

Ellen Bierhorst, PhD

Phone: (513) 221-1289 | Email: | Born 1940 in Cincinnati, I’ve been interested in healing, wellness, and positive mental health all my life. I’ve had a long and fascinating career in psychology doing holistic psychotherapy here at the Lloyd House since the early 1970’s, but was additionally captivated by The Alexander Technique in 2001. In 2009 I certified (M.AmSAT) as a teacher and opened my practice. Understandably, I have a special interest in the geriatric application of the Technique, and have many elderly students. I am also interested in the mental health tie-in. I have a very attractive package deal for students new to the Technique: first lesson FREE, etc. etc. I hope you will call.

Cordell Associates

Phone: (937) 276-3356 | Our providers include licensed psychologists, clinical counselors, independent social workers, marriage and family therapists, and advanced supervised graduate trainees. The mission of Cordell Associates is to provide competent, compassionate, comprehensive care. We strive to make our services accessible for all, and provide a comfortable private practice setting, with empathic clinicians and warm, highly trained support staff.

Chet Raleigh

Phone: (937) 242-0326 | I am a non-judgmental, non-biased licensed therapist in the state of Ohio. I've worked in private practice and community health.

Carrie Evans

Phone: (513) 266-9581 | The entire world has been changed, seemingly overnight. Please reach out if you need to talk to someone. Ever wake up in the morning and said to yourself, "I cannot keep doing this", only to find yourself doing the very thing you swore off only four hours ago? If you have said this to yourself, you have probably been surfing the internet for a cure for addictions, or how to quit drinking so much, or how to make it through detox. Addictions are insufferable. I have been working in the field for 13 years with mental health and addiction issues. I believe in the person I am working with. There are many wonderful techniques, standardized programs, and other evidence-based approaches to treating addiction, but my approach is individualized. I focus on the person, and what will work for you! I have seen wonderful results with using sand therapy, mindfulness and other non-traditional methods.

Bridget Jones, PsyD

Phone: (937) 468-4868 | Given that the therapy relationship is the number one predictor of change during treatment, I value building a trusting, warm, and non-judgmental relationship with my clients. It is my hope that you will feel my compassion and understanding, while also feeling challenged to explore new ways of thinking and feeling. I often use humor during session, but prioritize diving deeper into areas that are causing you suffering. We will work as a team to develop treatment goals that fit your life and context. I am anti-racist and LGBTQIA+ affirming, and value discussing all aspects of your identity when approaching therapy.

Mindful Wellness Center of Austin

Email: | The Mindful Wellness Center of Austin is a nonprofit dedicated to philanthropic activities, such as providing affordable mental health counseling, that will empower Austin-area residents with coping skills and mindful well-being. One-on-one therapy sessions are provided by pre-graduate social work interns. Group therapy is provided to promote social skills, and help clients learn that they are not as alone or different as they may think. Interacting with others and collaborating on shared problems nurtures feelings of security through giving and receiving empathy and validation. There is also a mindfulness skill development group, which is a curriculum-based class that subtly cultivates mindful awareness while teaching how the brain, gut and nervous system interact with each other in ways that effect mood and behavior.

Plumeria Counseling Center

Phone: (512) 344-9181 | Plumeria's approach to counseling is founded on a holistic perspective. Clients' treatment encompasses the mental, emotional, spiritual, physiological, and interpersonal aspects of their well-being. A wide array of professionals on staff include LPC, LMFT, LCDC, LMSW, LCSW. Psychological and emotional issues addressed include depression and mood disorders, anxiety and panic attacks, trauma, grief and loss, eating disorders, life transitions, self-esteem issues, relationship stress, spiritual and existential concerns, and more. Other services offered are couples, premarital and marriage counseling, substance abuse, anger and stress management, career and vocational counseling, sexuality and gender issues, and more.

Alive Austin

Phone: (512) 561- 0609 | Alive Austin provides affordable counseling services for individuals, couples, families, adolescents, and children. Group therapy is also available on a wide variety of topics. Alive Austin has a diverse pool of therapists, almost always insuring that clients can find the right person. Therapists at Alive Austin also work with a collaborative approach, as a community of therapists with the shared goal to make sure every client is treated like the only client. Services are offered in whatever format works for the client—traditional in-office, phone, email, Skype, or off-site services are available.

SAFE Austin

Phone: (512) 267-7233 | Text Line: (737) 888-7233 | SAFE (Stop Abuse for Everyone) Austin provides confidential counseling and therapeutic services for survivors during their healing process to help move beyond the violence and trauma. The Therapeutic and Counseling program is designed to meet survivors wherever they are in the process of healing. Through education on the dynamics of interpersonal violence and the development of goals, survivors are supported as they heal from trauma and reclaim their lives. Counseling services are provided in multiple languages, including Spanish and American Sign Language. Individual, group, and family counseling are offered. Family counseling focuses on relationships and the health of the entire family. A variety of counseling groups fit all people and needs, including groups for drop-in clients, teens, Spanish-speaking clients, people with disabilities, women of color, men, and more.

The Center for Relationships

Phone: (512) 465-2926 | Affordable relationship-focused counseling is provided at the Center for Relationships for individuals, couples, families, and groups. Therapists use a multicultural, spiritual, LGBTQ, and non-monogamy sensitivity approach to counseling. Therapists deeply respect clients as resilient, whole humans who are capable of healing and flourishing in relationship to self, others, work, and community. Clients are matched with a collaborative treatment team dedicated to co-creating a safe, respectful atmosphere of trust necessary for growth, connection, and transformation. All counselors are trained in Gottman Method Couples Therapy (Levels 1-3), Relational-Cultural Model, and other current models of relational counseling. Other services offered are individual and couples yoga therapy, trauma-informed care, ongoing groups for clients and professionals, and couples intensives and retreats.

Anxiety and Stress Clinic | UT Austin

Email: | The Institute for Mental Health Research’s Anxiety & Stress Clinic, located at the University of Texas at Austin (UT), is dedicated to providing high quality and affordable individual and group therapy for a variety of anxiety and stress-related disorders to the Austin community. Treatment services are designed to provide effective psychological care in a compassionate environment to members of the UT campus and the general public. Services are provided by faculty-supervised doctoral students in UT’s Clinical Psychology doctoral program, and on a limited basis by licensed psychologists. A range of anxiety disorders are treated, including social anxiety disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, specific phobias, panic disorder, and agoraphobia. Anxiety related issues such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and depression, are also addressed.

Assessment & Counseling Clinic @ Texas State University

Phone: (512) 245-8349 | The Assessment & Counseling Clinic (ACC) serves to meet the mental health needs of persons in the university, San Marcos and Hays County communities. Located on the first floor of the Education Building on the Texas State campus, the ACC is a resource for people who are, or may be, in need of counseling. The ACC offers counseling for a variety of concerns to couples, families and individuals ages 3 and older. Counseling at the ACC is provided by Master's level interns who are pursuing a graduate degree in Counseling. All interns are supervised by professors in the Professional Counseling Program.

Integral Care

Phone: (512) 472-4357 | Integral Care clients should be prepared to show proof of insurance, and monthly fees for services are based on a client's income and family size. In addition to providing one-on-one mental health support for people experiencing a mental health crisis, Integral Care also has programs for helping people recover from drug and alcohol use.

People's Community Center

Phone: (512) 478-4939 | People's Community Clinic is a primary care facility for Central Texas' uninsured and medically underserved, but it provides behavioral health services through its Integrated Behavioral Health Program. Clients must meet eligibility requirements for IBH Program enrollment.

Waterloo Counseling Center

(512) 444-9922 | A private, nonprofit organization dedicated to providing a safe, affirming space for affordable mental health services, with a focus on the needs and wellness of the LGBTQIA+ community, those living with HIV and their loved ones.

Capital Area Counseling

Phone: (512) 302-1000 | There are no limits on the number of sessions at CAC. Pricing is based on self-reported income, but CAC's group therapy classes – including mindfulness skills, grief support, and healthy coping mechanisms – carry a $5-per-session fee. All CAC services are delivered by volunteer post-graduate counselors acquiring hours toward licensure, pre-graduate counselors, or licensed professionals. Clients who require medication in addition to counseling are referred to a prescribing physician. Insurance not accepted.

SMASH Seattle

Phone: (206) 495-1285 | Email: | SMASH is a nonprofit organization dedicated to keeping our Puget Sound area musicians healthy and thriving by providing access to primary care, dental services, mental health therapy, vision and hearing screening, and other wellness services for working musicians in King, Snohomish, Pierce, Mason, Kitsap, and Thurston counties.

NAMI St. Louis

Phone: (314) 962-4670 | NAMI St. Louis is an organization of families, friends and individuals whose lives have been affected by mental illness. Together, we advocate for better lives for those individuals who have a mental illness, and we offer support, education and advocacy as we do so.

Center for Counseling and Family Therapy

Phone: (314) 977-2505 | The Center for Counseling and Family Therapy provides affordable counseling and outreach services to empower people to face life's tasks with confidence. Counseling services are available to anyone in need within the Saint Louis University community and throughout the metropolitan St. Louis area.

Amanda Luckett Murphy Hopewell Center

Phone: (314) 531-1770 | ALM Hopewell Center provides comprehensive mental health services to children and adults in the northern and central parts of the City of St. Louis and North St. Louis City. A professional mental health staff serves a growing caseload of 4,000 clients, of which greater than ninety-five percent are chronically mentally ill and suffering from major psychiatric disorders.


Phone: (636) 931-2700 | Several Jefferson County and South County locations. Substance abuse treatment services, psychiatric services, individual and group therapy, special programs for domestic violence, and 24 hour crisis services. Physical and mental health.

Community Psychological Service

Phone: (314) 516-5824 | The Community Psychological Service (CPS) is a not-for-profit outpatient mental health center at the University of Missouri-St. Louis that provides psychological services to residents and organizations across the St. Louis metropolitan area. Since 1977, our staff have striven to promote excellence in the psychological treatment and evaluation services we provide to the community. CPS offers high-quality behavioral health services based on the most recent scientific advances in mental health.

CHADS' Coalition

Warm line (weekdays 9 AM-5:30 PM): (314) 952-8274 | CHADS is a 501(c)(3) organization offering Signs of Suicide®, Family Support, and Social Emotional Well-being programs to advance the awareness and prevention of depression and suicide. Aside from providing adolescents and young adults ages 25 and under with counseling services and educational programs, we also serve parents, educators, and community members with resources, presentations, and more to provide a holistic and proactive approach to mental illness and bullying.

Casa de Salud Mental Health Collaborative

Phone: (314) 977-1250 | Clinical and mental health care to the uninsured, with a special focus on the immigrant community. The Mental Health Collaborative features low-cost counseling services, provided by a variety of on-site partners. Therapists work with adults, children, individuals, couples, families, and groups of all languages.

Avenues Counseling

Phone: (314) 529-1391 | At Avenues Counseling, we offer avenues of care to our community for those seeking healing from the pains of life, as well as those seeking personal growth. We exist to offer you a safe, trustworthy place to ask difficult questions, share your life story, and walk with you as you seek restoration.

Annie Malone Children & Family Center

Phone: (314) 531-0120 | The Annie Malone Children & Family Service Center first opened its doors in 1888 as the St. Louis Colored Orphan’s Home. Helping St. Louis families for more than a century, the agency today has grown into a multi-service center in the community, addressing social and education needs of children and families in crisis and at-risk throughout St. Louis.

Washington University Psychological Service Center

Phone: (314) 935-6555 | The Washington University Psychological Service Center is an outpatient mental health clinic within the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. This treatment facility, which was established in 1972, provides training opportunities for advanced doctoral students in the clinical psychology program as well as low-cost treatment options for members of the St. Louis community. Confidential services are available to adolescents, adults, and couples in the greater St. Louis area.

Affinia Healthcare

Phone: (314) 898-1700 | For more than 100 years, Affinia Healthcare has been providing primary and preventive health services to the residents of St. Louis. Our fundamental goal is to ensure our neighbors a balanced, healthy future and access to quality care.

BJC Behavioral Health

Phone: (314) 747-7491 | At BJC Behavioral Health, we recognize that behavioral health is essential to your well-being. We deliver services that are primarily community-based and coordinate with a variety of agencies and resources in the community. Our mission is to improve the mental health and well-being of the people and communities we serve who are impacted by mental illness.

NAMI Denver

Email: | NAMI Denver is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with mental illness and their families through support, education and advocacy.

SafeHouse Denver

24/7 Crisis Line: (303) 318-9989 | Phone: (303) 318-9959 | SafeHouse Denver serves survivors of domestic violence and their children through an Emergency Shelter, a non-residential Counseling & Advocacy Center and an Extended Stay Program.

University of Denver Professional Psychology Clinic

Phone: (303) 871-3736 | The Professional Psychology Clinic (PPC) is not only a community resource, but also an essential student training center. We have provided low cost, high-quality psychological services to the Denver and surrounding communities for over 40 years, including psychotherapy, psychological and cognitive assessment, and forensic services.

Jefferson Center for Mental Health

Phone: (303) 425-0300 | Jefferson Center is a nonprofit, community-focused mental health care and substance use services provider. We offer hope and support to individuals and families who are struggling with mental health issues and substance use disorders.

Regis Center for Counseling and Family Therapy

Phone: (303) 964.5786 | Email: | The Regis Center for Counseling and Family Therapy offers in-person low to no-cost counseling services for members of our surrounding community and teletherapy to anyone in Colorado. As a client at the Center for Counseling and Family Therapy, you will develop an authentic and growth-oriented relationship with your therapist, while growing your own base of life skills derived from the latest research and best practices offered in the field.

The Blue Bench

Phone: (303) 329-9922 | At The Blue Bench, our mission is to eliminate sexual assault and diminish the impact it has on individuals, their loved ones and our community through comprehensive issue advocacy, prevention and care.

Aurora Mental Health Center

Phone: (303) 617-2300 | Aurora Mental Health & Recovery is a SAMHSA Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) grantee offering services to address a wide range of mental health conditions. Individuals and families rely on us to help them cope with a variety of challenges. Our staff of physicians, nurses, psychologists, therapists, and peers works with all age groups, from children to seniors.

WellPower (Mental Health Center of Denver)

Phone: (303) 504-6500 | WellPower is a place for recovery, resilience and well-being, known locally and nationally as a model for innovative and effective community behavioral health care.

Maria Droste Counseling Center

Phone: (303) 867-4600 | Email: | The Maria Droste Counseling Center is a nonprofit that offers psychotherapy and counseling services for adults, children, teens, couples, and families. With over 25 licensed therapists, clinicians have various specialities in therapy, including relationship issues, trauma and illness, mood and anxiety disorders, and children and families. With the goal of providing affordable counseling for all members of the community, the center provides individual therapy for adults and children, couples and marriage counseling, and family therapy for those who lack health insurance, have inadequate health insurance for mental health issues, or have limited income to access counseling through the private sector.

Mental Health America of Colorado

Phone: (720) 208-2220 | Mental Health America of Colorado provides short-term, free mental health services to low-income children and their families, older adults, and people who are homeless.

Asian Pacific Development Center

Phone: (303) 923-2920 | The Asian Pacific Development Center provides psychotherapy and counseling services for individuals, couples, families, and groups. Psychological evaluations, psychiatric medication evaluations and monitoring, case management services, and senior outreach are also offered. These services, as well as mental health consultation and education activities, are provided by clinical staff in Hmong, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Laotian, Mandarin, Cantonese, Taiwanese, Thai, Vietnamese, and English.

Glow Counseling

Glow Counseling is a psychotherapy practice run by Moshe Rozdzial, a Licensed Professional Counselor and therapist in the State of Colorado and a National Board Certified Counselor. Rozdzial is also trained in Marriage and Family counseling (couples and relationship therapy) and is a certified sex therapist and addiction interventionist. Glow Counseling focuses on sex therapy, men’s mental health, women’s empowerment, and couples and marriage counseling, with special attention to sexuality and sexual health in individuals and relationships. Group therapy and phone counseling sessions are also available.

Queer Asterisk Therapeutic Services

Queer Asterisk's counseling services are queer informed and affirming, with an emphasis on queer resilience and vitality. The counseling services and peer mentorship program bring together compassionate helpers with diverse areas of expertise to strengthen and support the next generation of queer leaders. Queer Asterisk counselors are post-graduate and licensed mental health professionals from diverse backgrounds, all of whom identify as queer and transgender. Services are provided to children, adolescents, and adults. Counselors specialize in gender-affirming treatment of dysphoria, trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, grief and loss and utilize strengths-based, person-centered, trauma-informed, and evidence-based treatment modalities.

University of Colorado Counseling Center

Phone: (303) 315.7270 | The CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center provides confidential mental health and counseling services to CU Denver Students and the Denver Metro community. The center serves as a training center for counseling graduate students in the CU Denver School of Education and Human Development (SEHD). Counseling faculty members, as well as professional staff supervise these student therapists. Supervisors and psychotherapists are well-trained in working with diverse psychological issues with individuals, couples, and families. Counselors are also experienced in helping with issues such as school stress, family problems, test anxiety, friendship or relationship problems, feelings of loneliness, and more.

Denver Affordable Counseling

Phone: (720) 485-3756 | Denver Affordable Counseling's mission is to improve access to affordable mental health care. It provides quality affordable counseling services to individuals, couples, families, children, and adolescents. The team of licensed therapists are dedicated to helping others by providing a safe, warm, and inviting space for personal growth and healing to occur. Some issues that counselors are experienced with include anxiety, depression, eating disorders, difficult life transitions, identity crisis, career, gender & sexuality, education, relationships, personal growth, and more.

Latino Behavioral Health Services

Phone: (801) 935-4447 | LBHS is a nonprofit, grassroots organization created to minimize the disparities in access to mental health services among the underserved Latino population

Salty Counseling

Phone: (801) 203-0329 | Salty Counseling's mission is to empower women and queer folks to tap into their inner healing to grow and become a better version of themselves.

Blue Clover Therapy

Phone: (801) 206-4321 | Email: | We are a mental health counseling practice specializing in EMDR, Play Therapy, CBT and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) modalities to assist in mental health wellness. Our therapy services are for children, adolescents and adults dealing with a variety of issues from trauma to eating disorders to family dynamics.

Simple Modern Therapy

Phone: (801)-920-7112 | Simple Modern Therapy is a group practice catering to “everyone else” in Utah. Especially LGBT individual and couples counseling, highly sensitive clients, and families of all shapes and sizes. Tattoos, teens and triads welcome.

Modern Eve

Phone: (801) 695-9955 | Email: | We are irreverent, untucked, mental health professionals and dietitians. We are eating disorder specialists. We are body image builders. We are HAES aligned diet culture rebels. Here at Modern Eve we have incredible therapists with openings! We offer both video (Telehealth) sessions (to Utah and Arizona residents) as well as in person options (Salt Lake City). So if you are a hot mess and want to get your shít figured out - hit us up! Can't wait to get started!

Odyssey House

Phone: (801) 322-3222 | Email: Odyssey House, located in Salt Lake City, Utah, is a substance abuse program that addresses substance abuse, mental health, negative beliefs and behaviors, poor job skills, housing, physical health, and the importance of rebuilding healthy relationships. Their programming is available for adults and youth. Odyssey House offers residential treatment, outpatient, mental health, dual diagnosis, and specialty programs for single parents with children who need treatment.

Utah Center for Evidence Based Treatment

Phone: (801) 419-0139 | Email: | The unique mission of UCEBT is to improve the quality of mental health care by enhancing access to comprehensive evidence-based treatments, evaluations, and testing.

Huntsman Mental Health Institute | University of Utah

Phone: (801) 583-2500 | University mental health clinic offering expressive therapy, applied behavior analysis, acceptance and commitment therapy, CBT, DBT, group and family therapy, interpersonal reconstructive therapy and/or motivational enhancement therapy

Valley Behavioral Health

Phone: (888) 949-4864 | Valley Behavioral Health is a network of clinics providing treatment for behavioral conditions, addictions, psychiatric conditions, autism and other chronic health conditions. Chronic lifelong conditions as well as temporary conditions triggered by traumatic life events are treated. Programs are tailored to people of all ages and every social, cultural and economic situation. Treatments and services include diagnostic evaluation, individual, family and group therapy/counseling, medication evaluation and management, skills training, case management, peer services and crisis intervention. Providing individual and group therapy and case management services for those 55 and older who have a mental illness. Older adult services are provided through individual therapy, group therapy, and case management services.

Life Stone Counseling Centers

Phone: (801) 984-1717 | Life Stone strives to improve mental health and strengthen family relationships by providing competent and compassionate counseling services to individuals, couples and families. Specifically, Life Stone LGBTQ Issues Therapy has the goal of helping individuals, couples or their loved ones effectively understand and address the specific issues they may be facing them in a supportive, affirming manner. Therapists are experienced with a variety of life's challenges, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, dating & relationships, coming-out, self-esteem, self-identification, integration & acceptance, addictions and many others.

NAMI Valley of the Sun

Phone: (602) 244-8166 | NAMI Valley of the Sun is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with mental illness and their families through support, education, & advocacy.

University of Phoenix Counseling Skills Centers

Phone: (602) 557.2217 | Counseling Skills Centers are educational training facilities that model mental health clinics and offer pro bono services to members of the University and local community.*

Open Hearts Family Wellness

Phone: (602) 285-5550 | Open Hearts Family Wellness provides integrated mental health and wellness services.

Achieve Counseling & Wellness

Phone: (602) 567-0263 | Achieve Counseling & Wellness is a unique 501(c)(3) nonprofit psychotherapy private practice dedicated to filling an important gap in counseling/therapy services to support Arizona's middle class. We specialize in helping current and future professionals achieve their personal, professional, and relationship goals. At Achieve, we strive to be Arizona's premier behavioral/mental health therapy provider assisting adults and older adolescents (16+) in living their best life.

Jewish Family & Children's Service

Phone: (602) 353-0703 | JFCS touches the lives of thousands of children, teens, and adults coping with trauma, family violence, mental illness, and substance abuse, as well as other serious behavioral, physical, and social obstacles. A safe space is offered to provide attentive, compassionate, and confidential care. Counseling and behavioral health programs are provided. Specifically, for older adults, senior programs are designed to enrich the lives of elderly family members through social activities, in-home counseling and support, and classes that encourage creative expression. Counseling is also provided to adults, teens, and children.

Family Service Agency

Phone: 602.264.9891 | Family Service Agency is an out-patient behavioral health clinic that provides general and intensive services in both individual and group treatment settings. In addition, family treatment, relapse prevention, medication and psychiatric evaluations are provided. Substance abuse treatment is offered in individual, group, and intensive modalities. All staff are licensed counselors, social workers, or nurse practitioners. Counselors are equipped to help older adults with issues such as family conflict & related issues, depression, trauma, grief, relationships, and more.

Valle del Sol

Phone: (602) 258-6797 | Valle del Sol was founded in 1970 to fill a gap in behavioral health and social services available to the Latino community and underserved populations with nowhere else to turn. Valle del Sol offers a wide array of services, provided directly to youth and families in their homes, schools, and communities. Services include individual, family & group counseling, anger & stress management groups, behavior coaching, dialectic behavior therapy (DBT), art therapy, and more. Adult services are also provided, including for concerns such as anxiety, trauma, loss, illness and depression. The individualized outpatient services are provided by experienced therapists and offer real solutions at every stage of life. Substance abuse treatment is also provided. Services can be in Spanish.

Chicanos Por La Causa

Phone: (623) 247-0464 | Chicanos Por La Causa (also known as CPLC) was founded in 1969 to confront oppression facing Latinos in Phoenix, Arizona, and has since become one of the largest Hispanic nonprofits in the country, promoting stronger and healthier communities throughout the southwestern United States. Behavioral health services offered include counseling and therapy services to those living with serious mental illness, general mental health issues, and substance abuse issues. These issues can be related to depression, anxiety, relationships, loss, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts, and trauma from sexual, emotional and/or physical abuse. Outpatient services offer flexible office hours and home-based services for children and their families, public transit accessibility, therapy in English and Spanish, and professional staff who utilize best practice models for treatment.

Deer Valley Counseling

(602) 750-8051 | At the Phoenix office of Deer Valley, clinicians provide marriage counseling, anger management, and counseling for such issues as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, children, troubled teens, and sexual addiction. Deer Valley counselors can also help with issues that transgender folks may face, such as opposition and lack of empathy from family of origin, social anxiety, intimacy concerns, HRT or gender reassignment surgery concerns, depression, anger, and more. Counselors are trained to help LGBTQ clients with issues such as relationship problems, anxiety, sexual issues, grief, addiction, and more.

Arizona State University (ASU) Clinical Psychology Center

Phone: (480) 965-7296 | The ASU Clinical Psychology Center was established in 1959 as an outpatient clinic and training facility for doctoral students in clinical psychology. The mission of the Clinical Psychology Center (CPC) is to provide outstanding service to clients using evidence-based best practices. Individual therapy is provided, as are group therapy, evaluations and assessments, and BASICS alcohol intervention. Therapy is available to children, adolescents and adults and is provided for a broad range of problems including anxiety, depression, family problems, stress, child behavior problems, relationship problems, anger issues, ADHD, sleeping disorders, and adjustment to chronic health problems.

Antioch University Community Counseling and Psychology Clinic

Phone: (206) 268-4840 | Email: | Providing counseling services to people of all ages and incomes in the community.

Psychotherapy Cooperative

Phone: (206) 627-0049 | The therapists of the Psychotherapy Cooperative work individually with adults who experience depression or discouragement, problems with self-esteem or anxiety, difficulty with life transitions and other issues influencing the quality of life. We do not have psychiatrists on staff and so we cannot provide psychiatric evaluations or medication management. Our therapists do not typically have availability for crisis intervention care or case management services.

Seattle Anxiety Specialists

Phone: (206) 309-5990 | Email: Therapy clinic with a low fee therapy program that is designed for those who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford therapy. If you think you would benefit from treatment, but are hesitant to enroll due to the cost, we invite you to reach out.

Modern Therapy Seattle

Phone: (206) 202-3133 | Modern Therapy Seattle is thrilled to be able to offer low-cost therapy to anyone who needs it. Our low-cost or sliding scale therapy services are provided by clinical interns who are gaining experience to complete their graduate degree requirements and are not yet licensed.

Pacific Lutheran University Couple and Family Therapy Center

Phone: (253) 535-8782 | At the CFTC, we offer affordable, high-quality therapy to individuals, couples, and families.

Atlantic Street Center

Phone: (206) 329-2050 | Atlantic Street Center is a non-profit social service agency providing services to children, youth, and their families. They help families and communities raise healthy, successful children and youth through direct services and advocacy for social justice and equity. Services include education, family support, and behavioral health counseling to the low-income minority populations of King and Pierce Counties. Clients come primarily from communities of color including African Americans, immigrants, and refugees, with the vast majority classified as low- and very low-income.

Bastyr Center for Natural Health

Phone: (206) 834-4100 | Bastyr Center for Natural Health (BCNH)'s counseling services offer support for patients dealing with depression, fatigue, seasonal affective disorder, work-related stress, relationship issues, life transitions, and health problems, especially chronic health problems. BCNH is ideally suited to provide short-term treatment (typically no more than 12 sessions). Appointments are generally scheduled on a weekly basis. Counselors are student clinicians who are closely supervised by a licensed mental-health professional. Patients can be referred to outside services when appropriate.

Valley Cities Active Military and Veterans Services

24/7 Crisis Line: (206) 461-3222 | Phone: 253.833.7444 | Valley Cities Behavioral Health Care provides caring, compassionate treatment, recovery, and support services to people struggling with substance use and mental health challenges. Staff are available to help veterans navigate through relevant resources, including for housing, financial benefits, medical benefits, employment, upgrading discharge, education or other specific issues. Navy veterans Bob Wilson and Starr Lehnus also provide military and culturally sensitive therapy to veterans. Clients who have served in any branch of the United States Military regardless of discharge are eligible. Current spouses or dependent children may also be eligible.

Ukrainian Community Center

Phone: (425) 430-8229 | The Ukrainian Community Center of Washington (UCCW) is a nonprofit focused on helping Eastern European refugees and immigrants predominantly from the former Soviet Union overcome language, cultural, educational and social barriers. UCCW offers behavioral health services with a collaborative and family-oriented emphasis. Family counseling is provided, as well as individual counseling, which is still viewed within the context of the whole family. The staff is made up of professional bilingual and bicultural Behavioral Health Counselors, who are trained to overcome the barriers and obstacles that confront clients. Services are provided in English, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian.

Asian Counseling and Referral Service

Phone: (206) 695-7511 | Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) provides community-based multilingual and multicultural services to Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other underserved communities - including immigrants, refugees, and American-born. ACRS offers culturally, linguistically and clinically competent counseling services to individuals, couples and families through culturally specific and individualized mental health counseling.