Therapists Who Are Not Accepting New Clients

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The below list of therapists represents mental health professionals who are currently not accepting new clients. You can use our therapist directory to search for other mental health professionals that do have open capacity for serving new clients.

Amy Reznik

New York

New York

Therapy is an explorative healing process. Through it one can achieve growth and change that did not seem previously possible. I offer psychotherapy for anyone experiencing emotional and mental distress in their lives. I have experience working with individuals suffering from depression, anxiety, body image struggles, and relationship issues. There are several values that I hold dear to my…

Kayte Heslet, MS, LMFT

Sherman Oaks


I have specialized areas of experience/in-depth training in healing from trauma of many kinds, including abuse and Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN); working with the kinds of anxiety and depression that seem to be well on the way toward burnout; helping individuals who are struggling within their relationships; and assisting stepmoms/future stepmoms in managing the unique dynamics and stressor...

Dr. John Meigs



***I am not currently accepting new patients*** I am a licensed psychologist, with an emphasis on treating depression, anxiety, trauma, and addiction. I completed a clinical internship within the VA hospital system and a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School. I approach therapy from a relational stance with a focus on helping you gain insight into your relationship patterns and…

Pa Tou Vue, MS, LPCC

North Saint Paul


TELEHEALTH ONLY Hello! I am a licensed professional clinical counselor in Minnesota and am also fully licensed as a Professional Counselor in Wisconsin. I have worked with clients throughout the lifespan struggling with a range of issues including but not limited to domestic violence, physical/sexual abuse, assault, neglect, grief, relationship struggles, other life transitions, and parenting…
I am a believer in the Existential/Humanistic school of thought and the importance of making meaning in our lives. By meeting my clients in the here-and-now, I am able to work with them where they are presently, without going too far ahead of them or getting bogged down in the past. I’m collaborative, creative, and believe in an integrated approach when working with people. No single form of...