Mental Health Resources

National Resources

Finding a Therapist

In the search for a therapist- it can be overwhelming. Often, insurance companies will provide you with a long list of therapists on their panel who may or may not be available or what you’re looking for. Instead, follow the steps below:

  1. Go to: (most therapists have a profile here).  
  2. In the search bar - type in your city, what you’re looking for (women’s issues, postpartum, anxiety, depression, etc), and you can put your insurance in the search bar as well if you wish to use insurance. This will give you a more concise look at therapists that may be a good fit for you.  
  3. Ask for a 15 min consultation (most therapist will provide a free phone consultation) to get a feel from the therapist to see if it’s a potential good fit. It’s like dating- not every therapist is a match for every person. 

Search for professional counselors available anytime. 


Call 211

If you need assistance locating long-term mental health resources, talking through a problem, or exploring mental health treatment options, call 211 to speak with a live person who can help. 211 conversations are confidential, can be made anonymously, and are available in 180 languages upon request. If you prefer to text, use web chat, or search for resources online, click here to find more ways to contact your local 211. More information can be found at


Other Local Resources


Therapist specializing in Disordered Eating in Roseville 


Therapist specializing in working with young women, LGBTQ+ community and women of all ages in El Dorado Hills 


Pflag- Sacramento Chapter
Support, education, resources For parents, allies, members of the community. 
Sacramento chapter:


Infertility support group


Womens art therapy support group


African American Women’s support group


Women of color support group


Instagram accounts that are helpful to follow

  • Postpartum: Thebalanceafterbaby, Psychedmommy


Podcasts to listen to 

  • Parenting: One bad mother, Unruffled 
  • Psychology: Unlocking Us - Brene Brown


Mindfulness apps that are useful *most have a free trial as well or a free version

  • Calm
  • Headspace
  • Insight timer 

LGBTQ+ community

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