Whether you’re looking for tips to help manage your anxiety, ways to find community support or advice about self-care, this resource has you covered. The guide links out to a bunch of helpful, NAMI-approved resources that may be useful if you need further help.
A modern approach to therapy where you can receive a holistic approach all for an affordable price. They offer mental health, nutritional, and even financial therapy services. All services are virtual with therapists and coaches waiting to work with you nationwide.
A directory of minority therapists focused on the needs of marginalized populations, including Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, LGBTQ+, and individuals with disabilities.
Therapy for Black Girls is an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls. They offer a national directory of minority therapists as well as mental health news, and trendy merchandise.
Therapy for Black Men is an online space dedicated to help strip away the stigmatization associated with men of color regarding therapy in their communities at large and so men and boys of color would have a dedicated place to visit when seeking support for mental health guidance or professionals.
National Alliance on Mental Illness is a FREE resource that offers information on different organizations and helplines for various mental health concerns such as anxiety and suicide prevention. You can also use this site to find resources for legal advocacy and financial assistance.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration is a FREE referral and information resource for individuals and families facing mental health or substance use issues.
ADAA is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of anxiety, depression, and co-occurring disorders. ADAA provides a broad range of free resources to the public including webinars, podcasts, blog posts, two online peer-to peer support communities, a therapist search directory and a monthly e-newsletter.
Psyber Guide is a mental health app list that has a library of 176 apps which it rates on factors like credibility, user experience and transparency so that you can choose a reputable resource that fits your needs. You can filter your search to find apps that are specific to your needs & treatment types.
Don’t hesitate to contact therapists in your area and find out whether they’re willing to do pro bono work. Many therapists and psychologists offer sliding scale [pricing] based on the income of the client. And if they’re not currently taking pro bono clients at the moment, they might be willing to point you in the direction of someone who is.
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Kiki McCray is a Texas based licensed psychotherapist serving women & millennials wanting to manage their anxiety and other mental barriers preventing them from reaching their goals.