Online directories are often the first place a therapist will go to get their services out into the world. They can be a great source for new clients coming into your private practice especially when starting out.

Online directories are often the first place a therapist will go to get their services out into the world. They can be a great source for new clients coming into your private practice especially when starting out. In this post you’ll find nearly 100 online therapist directories where you can list your services.

Even before she had a website, my wife had a Psychology Today profile. It was through this that she was able to get a couple of her very first counseling clients.

Once we launched her website, she linked to it from her online profile, and she had a tag team of online marketing that really let her personality and her services shine.

In this post you’ll find nearly 100 online therapist directories where you can list your services.

General Therapist Directories

  1. 1-800-Therapist
  2. Africanamericantherapists.com
  3. All About Counseling
  4. Alternative Therapists Directory
  5. American Therapy Association
  6. BetterHelp.com
  7. CatholicTherapists.com
  8. Christian Counselor Directory
  9. CounselChat
  10. Couples Therapist Directory
  11. E-Counseling.com
  12. EMDR International Association
  13. Ethnic Counselors
  14. The Family & Marriage Counseling Directory
  15. Find-a-Therapist.com
  16. Gay & Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA)
  17. GoodTherapy.org
  18. HelpPro Therapist Finder
  19. Hypnotic World
  20. International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals
  21. The International Society for Neurofeedback and Research
  22. International Therapist Directory
  23. Integrative Medicine for Mental Health
  24. IVY
  25. Licensed Therapists
  26. Life Quality Improvement Center
  27. Marriage.com
  28. Marriage Counseling & Therapy Network
  29. MentalHelp.net
  30. My Therapist Match
  31. National Board of Certified Counselors
  32. National Directory of Family & Marriage Counseling
  33. NetworkTherapy.com
  34. Online Counselling Directory
  35. Online Therapy Institute’s Directory
  36. PsychDirectory
  37. Psychology.com
  38. Psychology Today
  39. Right Therapist
  40. Self Growth
  41. Talking Therapy
  42. Talkspace
  43. The Therapists Directory
  44. TherapistLocator.net
  45. TherapySquare
  46. TherapyTribe.com
  47. Theravive
  48. Wecounsel

Location Specific Therapist Directories

Asia:

  1. Psychology Matters Asia

Australia:

  1. Associated Relationship & Marriage Counselling Sydney
  2. Australia Counselling Directory

British Columbia:

  1. CounsellingBC.com

Great Britain:

  1. The British Psychological Society
  2. CounsellingBC.com

United States:

Alabama:

Alaska:

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Colorado:

Connecticut:

Delaware:

Georgia:

Hawaii:

Indiana:

Kansas:

Kentucky:

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Oregon:

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Texas:

Washington:

Did I Miss Any?

Let me know in the comments below if there are any online directories for therapists that I missed and I’ll make sure to add them to the list!

6 replies
  1. Tayler
    Tayler says:

    Dear Daniel, thanks for this AMAZING list!! The only addition I can think of at the moment is the one for Nationally Certified Counselors on the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) website (www.nbcc.org). It’s called Counselor Find and an NCC has to contact the NBCC and request to get added to that list (only those who accept referrals are listed, so the counselor/therapist has to let the Board know that). They responded to my email very quickly when I wanted to change my status, and I checked the Counselor Find referral list right away and I was on there. They don’t give therapists a descriptive profile to modify; however, they list the therapist’s name, NCC # and practice areas. I just thought you’d want to know so you could continue to have the penultimate therapist referral list!!! Take it easy!!

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  2. Mari Geasair
    Mari Geasair says:

    Thank you for putting the work into compiling this list! It is a great resource and I will be sending people to your site to read this (and other) blog(s).’

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  3. Carol Mankin
    Carol Mankin says:

    Thanks for posting this information. Sometimes, we need counseling to release our stress and anxiety. With the help of online counseling we can feel good or some good tips or suggestions can help us to release our tensions.

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