Shreveport-Bossier Black Counselors Association
Shreveport-Bossier Black Counselors Association was created to help reduce the stigma about mental health by raising awareness and advocating for the mental health issues and contributing factors within the black community. The group also provides professional support, training, and networking opportunities for local black licensed professional counselors (LPCs), provisional licensed professional counselors (PLPCs), and counseling graduate students.

National Association for Black Counselors
NABC is a nationally recognized professional association (and supportive community) that enhances and encourages professional growth and endeavors in the field of counseling and mental health; NABC also welcomes all that have concern and interest in the overall health and mental health affecting those of African ancestry in the United States (and abroad.) The vision of the National Association of Black Counselors is to ensure that all counselors possess the knowledge, attitude, and skills to ensure that the mental health needs of the African-American community and the African diaspora are competently attended to and addressed for the individual and the collective.

The Society of Indian Psychologists

Native American and Alaska Native professionals advocating for Native mental health by bringing attention to issues influencing Native mental health and psychology today. The mission of SIP is to advocate for the psychological well-being of American Indians and other Indigenous peoples and to advance knowledge pertaining to Indigenous psychology.

Black Mental Health Alliance
The creation of an equitable, respectful and compassionate society. The development of Black communities in which optimal mental health enables children, youth, adults, and families to strive for and embrace their best life.

Clinicians of Color

A directory of clinicians of color. The directory is full of clinicians of various racial and ethnic backgrounds, as well as training and treatment styles. Let us help you find a therapist of color that truly sees you.


Therapy for Black Girls is an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls. So often the stigma surrounding mental health issues and therapy prevents Black women from taking the step of seeing a therapist. This space was developed to present mental health topics in a way that feels more accessible and relevant.

Therapy for Black Men was born from the idea that Black men and boys face unique challenges and stigmatization, and therefore need a dedicated space for seeking and finding mental health support. We’ve made it our mission to strip away that stigmatization and ease the process of finding help. By providing targeted resources and a database filled with professionals equipped to support men of color, our users can now obtain the help they need and deserve.

Latinx Therapy was founded in 2018 with the mission to destigmatize mental health in the Latinx community. Since then, they have expanded to become a bilingual podcast and national directory to find a Latinx Therapist (98% of their directory are Spanish speakers). Latinx Therapy strives to provides culturally-grounded workshops and services to the Latinx community. 

BIPOC Therapists: Empowering the Community through Education and Awareness
The demand for mental health support from BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) therapists is rooted in their unique ability to provide their clients with a shared cultural experience and understanding. However, there is a significant shortage of such therapists.

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