Choosing a Therapist is a Personal Matter

Choosing a counselor is a personal matter and it’s not one-size-fits-all care. The most important thing is that you get the mental health care you need and we want to help make that process easier. created a directory to help you find the best counselor for you. We sincerely hope the directory will help you find the perfect counselor to partner with on your path to improved mental health and emotional healing.

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All Counseling is a directory of licensed therapists, making it easy for someone seeking help to connect to the right therapists. 

All Counseling finds matches between clinicians and clients that will create the potential for the client to reach positive outcomes sooner. This simultaneously benefits clinicians who will have fewer patient turnover. Increasing their profits and decreasing their risk of burnout.

No, All Counseling provides the directory search and the matching algorithm free to consumers.

Consumers searching for therapists have access to the therapist directory, where therapists can list their preferred contact information. Communication is set by the individual therapist and should be discussed during the intake process.

Finding the right therapist can be difficult. When you schedule your first phone meeting, ask yourself the following questions: Do you feel comfortable? Do they understand you? Do you share the same goals for your treatment? Does their expertise fit your needs? Does the out-out-of pocket cost meet your needs? Evaluate the location and hours to see if they are accessible for you.

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If you do not like your therapist, you may want to ask yourself what you do not like. Is it the therapist, heir modality, or are you challenged by the work you are doing with them? If you find you truly do not think you can work with your therapist, let them know and cancel future appointments, as some may have a no call/no show fee.

Therapy offers many benefits, some of which are: developing skills to better regulate emotions, reducing the effects of trauma, processing grief and loss, building coping skills to help with daily life, and treatment for addiction. Therapy allows clients to have a safe, confidential space to talk in private, as they share their personal experiences.

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All Counseling helps mental health professionals establish, manage & grow their business.

We treat providers as their client, empowering them to establish, manage and grow their own business while gaining financial independence. All Counseling is the for mental health; by creating a double matching algorithm.

Creating a well world by helping therapists leverage technology to establish, grow, and gain independence in their practices and making it easy for someone seeking help to connect to the right therapists.