There are a number of mental health therapists accepting new patients near you. Mental health therapists specialize in a number of areas, from depression to PTSD. We recommend calling ahead of time for current availability.
How to Find a Therapist That’s Right for You
Congratulations, you’re taking a big step forward for your mental health by looking for a therapist that’s right for you. When you think of the heart of the issues you’d like to address, what comes to mind? Anxiety? Depression? Traumatic flashbacks? By honing on your most urgent issues, you can narrow down what you’re looking for.
If you’ve never been to a therapist, you’ll want to look for one that has good reviews, either on Google or on Psychology Today. Additionally we suggest doing a little bit of homework into what makes a good therapist. What works for you might not work for someone else, so make sure you look for reviews that connect closely with the issues you want to address.
Best Websites to Find a Therapist
There are many websites to find a therapist, and the best websites are usually the top ranking ones on Google. You can look for a therapist through your insurance’s website as well. And even if you don’t have insurance, you’d be surprised by how many therapists will work with you if you find them through these following websites:
Below we’ve listed a few top rated therapists, broken down by state. Please call for availability.
2 Riverchase Office Plaza, Suite 115
Hoover, Alabama 35244
Specializations: Anxiety and OCD
11270 N 129th Way
Scottsdale, Arizona 85259
Specializations: OCD, Anxiety, Mood Disorders