• Ehi Aimiuwu

17 Websites you can visit to find BIPOC therapists

Inspired by an IG Reel. We wanted to share 17 websites where you can find BIPOC therapists and psychiatrists.

So let's list them out

Therapy for Black Girls

(Where I found my current therapist!!!!)

Therapy for Black Girls is an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls.


Find a therapist here

Therapy for Black Men

TherapyForBlackMen.org was born from the idea that Black men and boys face unique challenges and stigmatization, and therefore need a dedicated space for seeking and finding mental health support.


Find a therapist here

Inclusive Therapists

Inclusive Therapists offers a safer, simpler way to find a culturally responsive, social justice-oriented therapist.
We center the needs of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and the LGBTQIA2S+ community. We honor the full neurodiversity spectrum and advocate for mental health care accessibility for people with disabilities.


Find a therapist here

Clinicians of Color

Clinicians of Color, LLC is an entity established to provide support and resources to mental health


Find a therapist here


BetterHelp is an online portal that provides direct-to-consumer access to mental health services.


Find a therapist here

National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network

NQTTCN is a healing justice organization that works to transform mental health for queer and trans people of color (QTPoC).


Find a therapist here

Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective

A collective of advocates, yoga teachers, artists, therapists, lawyers, religious leaders, teachers, psychologists and activists committed to the emotional/mental health and healing of Black communities.


Find a therapist here

Melanin & Mental Health

Melanin and Mental Health™ was born from a desire to connect with clinicians who care about mental health in Black & Latinx/Hispanic communities.


Find a therapist here

Open Path Collective

Open Path Psychotherapy Collective is a non-profit nationwide network of mental health professionals dedicated to providing in-office and online mental health care—at a steeply reduced rate—to individuals, couples, children, and families in need.


Find a therapist here

Ayana Therapy

Ayana Therapy provides instant mental health services for marginalized and intersectional employees across the globe.


Find a therapist here

Black Female Therapists

BlackFemaleTherapists.com is a new digital destination making waves for women of color in the area of mental health and wellness. We are a community of individuals that come to learn, share their stories, and connect with other like-minded followers.


Find a resources here

Therapy for Black Kids

T4BK was created to help parents deal with the challenges of racial injustice and foster resilience to promote healthy development.


Find a Parent Resources here


TruCircle technology and marketing services enables mental health professionals to expand their practice through digital marketing, website building, secure video conferencing as well as billing and credentialing services.


Find a therapist here

Melanin Therapy

Melanin Therapy is a comprehensive directory of treatment options designed to meet the unique mental health needs of African Americans and People of color. African Americans and People of color are half as likely to seek mental health treatment as their Caucasian counterparts which results in these communities being three times more likely to die from mental illness.


Find a therapist here


Zencare is a digital platform that helps match people with high-quality, vetted mental health professionals.


Find a therapists here

Psychology Today

The Psychology Today website features therapy and health professionals directories[2] and hundreds of blogs written by a wide variety of psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, medical doctors, anthropologists, sociologists, and science journalists.


Find a therapists here

(Once you select your state, you're able to select the African American option to filter out therapist)

Association of Black Psychologists

The Association of Black Psychologists was founded in San Francisco in 1968 by a number of Black Psychologists from across the country. They united to actively address the serious problems facing Black Psychologists and the larger Black community. Guided by the principle of self determination, these psychologists set about building an institution through which they could address the long neglected needs of Black professionals. Their goal was to have a positive impact upon the mental health of the national Black community by means of planning, programs, services, training, and advocacy.


Find a therapist here

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