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We’ve made it easy to find online therapy now from a licensed therapist.

Answer a few questions
Our short questionnaire takes 1-2 minutes.
See your matches
Get a list of licensed therapists that meet your needs.
Start therapy
When you’re ready, book securely online.

We’re more than just an online therapy search engine. We’re a strong community of therapists who care about your mental health.

After the first session if you think, “This therapist gets me!” then the relationship is going to work. Your therapist’s education, expertise, and experience are all important, but if you don’t sense that they ‘get you’ it is unlikely that you will stay with them long enough for those things to matter.

Dr. Bill Whitehead, Founder

Why people trust TherapyAppointment

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Why use TherapyAppointment's search tool?

TherapyAppointment is founded, built, and owned by therapists. For more than 25 years, our goal has been the same - to make psychotherapy available to anyone who wants it.

How much will it cost?

Our search tool is free to everyone. The out-of-pocket cost for therapy will vary depending on the provider and your insurance plan. We recommend contacting your insurance provider for full details.

Do I need an account?

No account is required to use our free search tool online to find therapy online.

Will you sell my data?

Absolutely not. Your data is YOUR private information and not ours to sell. To protect your data, we’ve built a strong foundation based on industry-validated tools, processes, and practices. 

If you or someone you know is in danger or experiencing a crisis, dial 988 to reach the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline (open 24/7), call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room.