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Mental Health Resources for BIPOC

Updated: Apr 25, 2023

We understand and take seriously our ethical obligation as therapists to pursue social change with and on behalf of vulnerable and oppressed groups of people, and we actively work to increase our understanding of and dismantle the systems that contribute to oppression-based trauma. We believe that we would be remiss to call ourselves trauma-informed therapists without an acknowledgement and understanding of the systems that perpetuate trauma every day in Black, Indigenous and other People of Color.

We have created the following list of mental health resources for BIPOC including directories for finding a Therapist of Color, Directories for finding an LGBTQ Therapist of Color, Articles and Other Mental Health Resources for BIPOC, and Mental Health Podcasts hosted by Therapists of Color. Please e-mail us at info@findyourshinetherapy if you have suggested resources to add to this list.

“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.” – Audre Lorde

BIPOC Therapist Registry:

Therapy for Black Women and Girls:

Therapy for Black Men:

Hispanic and Latino Therapists on Psychology Today:

Native American Therapists on Psychology Today:

Asian Therapists on Psychology Today:


National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network:

Directory of LGBTQ Psychotherapists of Color

Articles and Other Resources:

Family-Care, Community-Care, and Self-Care Tool Kit: Healing in the Face of Cultural Trauma

Emotional Emancipation Self-Help Circles to help heal the trauma caused by anti-black racism

Online Mental Health Resources for Black Women:

Mental Health Podcasts by Therapists of Color:

Talking off the Couch by Tatiana Smith, LPC

The Evolving Chair by Lakiesha Russell, LPC

Latinx Therapy by Adriana Alejandra Alejandre, LMFT

Stories of Stigma: South Asian Mental Health by MannMukti

What’s the Remedy? By Dr. J, Ashley Ray, & Day 1.

Therapy for Black Girls by Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, PhD

Black in Therapy by Nikita Banks, LCSW

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