www.PsychologyToday.org –All Categories
www.GoodTherapy.org –All Categories
www.BetterHelp.com –All Categories
www.TherapyTribe.com –All Categories
www.TalkSpace.com –Online only
www.HeadSpace.com -Meditation Education -Online
www.MarcAllen.com – Personal Coaching -online
www.TheRelationshipTherapyCenter.com –Marriage & Family Therapists -Online
www.AAMFT.org –Marriage & Family Therapists
www.CommunityCounseling.Services -Underserved Communities
www.FaithfulCounseling.com –Faith-based, Online
www.JustDavia.com –People of Color
www.PrideCounseling.com –LGBTQ Community
www.LatinxTherapy.com –Spanish Speaking
Types of Therapy
There are dozens of types of therapists [psychotherapists], each with a different method, speciality, salary or degree. If you are interested in working with a psychotherapist, this guide will offer all the information you need to find the professional who best fits your challenges, lifestyle, budget and preferences. It is also helpful for aspiring therapists who want to learn about possible career paths.
What Does “Type” Mean in the Context of Therapists?
There are several factors that determine exactly what a therapist’s “type” is (we explore all of them thoroughly in the rest of the guide):
There is no consensus or standard definition of what “type” means in the context of psychotherapists. “Type” can refer to any one of the aforementioned factors.
Nonetheless, therapists and clients mostly use “type” to refer to the type of psychotherapy the therapist practices or their degree, license or credentials.
Here are some examples:
- Rational Emotive BehavioralTherapist.