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How Do You Even Find A Therapist?

Many people, including therapists, have difficulty finding someone to see for therapy. Finding a therapist has been especially difficult since the start of COVID. I hear from many friends and clients that therapists aren't calling them back, or they don't know where to start. It first may be helpful to figure out what areas you may want to work with a therapist on, maybe it managing stress or anxiety, relationships concerns, processing through trauma, or you genuinely don't know where to start, and that's okay! There are many different websites you can filter what your current needs are for therapy. For example, if you have anxiety associated with work, you probably don't want to see a therapist who only does couples therapy. Here are some helpful resources for finding a therapist, and it's important to note that you can filter by location, insurance, presenting issues, ages, etc.:

In my opinion, email the therapist you may want to see for therapy! I get bombarded with phone calls daily, and sometimes it's difficult to call someone back within a reasonable amount of time. However, I can quickly send a reply email back between clients. It’s also okay to go on a few different therapist waitlists. Over the next few days, look out for another post about finding a good match for your therapy needs and questions to ask!

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