Resources for BIPOC students

Therapy for Black Girls

“Therapy for Black Girls is an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls.”

Melanin and Mental Health

“Melanin & Mental Health® was born out of a desire to connect individuals with culturally competent clinicians committed to serving the mental health needs of Black & Latinx/Hispanic communities. We are committed to promoting the growth and healing of our communities through our website, online directory, and monthly events.”

Latinx Therapy

Type your city and state into the search bar to find a list of therapists in your area (it’s an especially great way to find bilingual professionals). The site also provides mental health resources like podcasts, YouTube channels and books that represent the Latinx community. They also have COVID-19 resources for immigrants and undocumented folks dealing with the pandemic.

National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network

“National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN) is a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color (QTPoC)..”

Inclusive Therapists

Inclusive Therapists is a platform that helps marginalized communities find a therapist that celebrates their identity, centering “the needs of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and 2SLGBTQIA+ intersections (QTBIPOC)” as well as neurodivergent and disabled communities of color. They help you find services in your community such as individual, group, family, and couples therapy, medication management, coaching, and low-cost services.

Clinicians of Color

“Our 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 Men

“At, we want to break the stigma that asking for help is a sign of weakness. Our goal is to eliminate obstacles preventing black men from seeking therapy and create a positive impact in their lives.”

Inno-Psych- Therapist of Color Directory

“Our therapists are dedicated to eradicating the negative stigma around therapy and opening doors for people of color to get the support they need to cope with life’s challenges.”

National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association

The mission of the National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association (NAAPIMHA) is to promote the mental health and well being of the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities.

The Steve Fund

“The Steve Fund is dedicated to supporting the mental health and emotional well-being of young people of color.” Text STEVE to 741741 to access a culturally trained Crisis Text Line counselor.

Indian Health Service: Division of Behavioral Health

“Serious behavioral health issues such as substance use disorders, mental health disorders, suicide, violence, and behavior-related chronic diseases have a profound impact on the health of American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) individuals, families, and communities. Through its programs, the IHS Division of Behavioral Health addresses these issues and promotes the Indian health care system focus on integrated behavioral health and primary care treatment, while respecting the balance, wellness, and resilience of AI/AN people.”

Asian Mental Health Collective (AMHC)

“AMHC aspires to make mental health easily available, approachable, and accessible to Asian communities worldwide.” They offer a directory of Asian therapists in the US and Canada.

We R Native

“We are a comprehensive health resource for Native youth, by Native youth, providing content and stories about the topics that matter most to them. We strive to promote holistic health and positive growth in our local communities and nation at large.” Text “Native” to 741741 to access a culturally trained Crisis Text Line counselor.

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.”

Mental Health Coalition: BIPOC Mental Health Resources

The Mental Health Coalition compiled an extensive list of mental health resources for the BIPOC community.

Inner Body: Mental Health Resources for the BIPOC Community

An extensive guide including information about the BIPOC community and mental health, barriers to care, mental health resources, financial assistance/free services, and crisis services.

Black Lives Matter Meditation for Healing Racial Trauma

“Racial trauma exacts a psychological and physiological toll on people of color, and those involved in the Movement for Black Lives are especially vulnerable to hourly personal, emotional, and physical racist attacks. Guided meditation is one way to assist in calming a heightened state of distress, affirming one’s value and humanity, and re-centering with love for Black people.”


H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Listen every Friday as Dr. Dominique Broussard and Terri Lomax touch on topics related to Black women. H.E.R (aka Healing, Empowerment, Resilience) is working to inspire women and help them deal with daily obstacles.

Talking Off The Couch

“Talking of the Couch podcast is a weekly podcast that focuses on mental health and mental wellness with in the communities of color. These conversations will be with Tatiana Smith, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas. It’s time to shed light and break stigmas within the black culture about mental health/illness and mental wellness as well as in other communities of color.”

Therapy for Black Girls

Join Dr. Joy Harden, a licensed psychologist, for a weekly conversation about “all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible version of ourselves”.

Beyond the Couch with Bridges

“Beyond the Couch is a podcast exploring the intersection of Asian Pacific Islander South Asian American identity and mental health. Hosted by three therapists, Diana Liao, LMHC, Samantha Waldman, LMHC, and Christie Kim, LMHC, who got together in the hopes of demystifying therapy and uplifting stories from our community…Bridges is a stigma-free hub for Asians, Pacific Islanders, and South Asian Americans (APISA) to discuss, navigate, and seek mental health care.”

The Black Girl Bravado

Two L.A. besties have weekly conversations about self-care, spirituality and entrepreneurship to motivate women of color to reach their potential. Each episode highlights tips and tricks to tackle issues and create goals in the wellness and health space.

All Black Men Need Therapy

“Chief, Bell and Prentice unpack past and present issues that effect the mental health and well being of black men. These brothers engage in honest, vulnerable dialogue surrounding the complexities of life as black men. They are committed to helping black men self-assess and grow more comfortable in having difficult conversations while encouraging them to strive daily to become the best version of themselves.”

The Secret Lives of Black Women

Follow along as two close friends work to uplift Black women and share their own experiences when it comes to self-care, anxiety and many more topics related to women of color. Each episode, they give helpful advice about how to create your own safe space and strive to be your best self.

Latinx Therapy

“Break the stigma of mental health as it relates to the Latinx community. Learn self-help techniques, how to support ourselves or those around us that struggle with mental illnesses and create cultural competency for other providers working with the Latinx population.”

Black Girl In Om

Join founder Lauren Ash as she dives into what self-care and self-love mean to women of color. Each episode strives to inspire, motivate and uplift Black and Brown women featuring interviews with beauty, wellness and business professionals.

All My Relations

“All My Relations is a podcast hosted by Matika Wilbur (Swinomish and Tulalip), and Dr. Adrienne Keene (Cherokee Nation) to explore our relationships— relationships to land, to our creatural relatives, and to one another.  Each episode invites guests to delve into a different topic facing Native American peoples today. We keep it real, play some games, laugh a lot, and even cry sometimes. We invite you to join us!

The Melanated Social Work Podcast

“The Melanated Social Work Podcast is hosted by four men of color within the field of social work; Josh McNeil, Marvin Toliver, Michael Grinnell, and Jesse Wiltey. Join us as we discuss social work, mental health, politics, music, liberation and many other topics.”