Looking for a therapist can be difficult, but we think we can help. There are hundreds of different kinds, but research indicates that the biggest influencer when it comes to a positive outcome in therapy is the relationship between you and your therapist. This is why our main focus is to provide you with a tailored selection of therapists and counsellors in your area who are best suited to support you, which will save you time, effort and money. 

Here's a 3-step guide for how to find the mental health professional to help you:


1) Read about what's worrying you

Whether you have a name for what you are feeling already or not, you can read our content about common mental health problems here. All of our content has been vetted by the counsellors on welldoing.org, so you can be sure it is trustworthy. 


2) Use our simple questionnaire

You can get started on our questionnaire here and in just a few steps you will be directed to the therapists and counsellors in your area who offer the services you are looking for. You will be asked about what's worrying you, how you would like to work, how soon you want to see someone and where you are based. Our therapist members have all filled out their own questionnaires when they join the site, so you will be matched with those whose expertise and availability match with what you need. 


3) Book and pay online

We're the first therapy directory with a fully integrated booking and payment system. You can view your chosen therapist's availability on their diary and request the appointment slot that works for you. Once you and your therapist have agreed a meeting time, you can then pay for your appointment online, and not have to worry about cash on the day. Future payments are simple and secure, and will be taken automatically from your account before your next appointment. So you can forget about the traditional hand over of cash in person, and make the most of your therapy session. 

If you need any more help, get in touch at [email protected] -- we're here to help.


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