Directory of Orthodox Christian Mental Health ProvidersFor Providers
Please Note: this is a preliminary list and many providers are being added weekly, so please check back often to see who has been added to your area. Our goal is to have providers listed in every region of the country and major metropolitan areas.
Choosing a mental health provider who is best suited to meet your personal situation and needs can be challenging. Often it is best to begin your search based on which state you live in because licensed mental health professionals are limited by state law to practice only in states where they are licensed. However, there are exceptions to this rule, so we encourage you to contact providers directly and inquire about whether or not they can provide distance services to you. Click here for some sample questions that you may wish to ask to help determine if the provider will be a good fit for your situation.
The providers listed in this directory have been verified with their state board(s) as being licensed (or certified if a substance abuse counselor) to practice in their state(s). They also have been verified by their parish priest as being a member in good sacramental standing of the Eastern Orthodox or Oriental Orthodox Church.
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The production and maintenance of the Directory of Orthodox Christian Mental Health Providers was made possible with funding from The Archbishop Iakovos Leadership 100 Endowment Fund