Agnostics believe that whether a divine person, such as God, exists or not is something people can’t know. Agnostics believe there is equal proof that a God does or doesn’t exist. The mental health professionals listed below identify as treating those with agnostic beliefs in their mental health practices.
Your religious faith is vital to you. You want a mental health professional who supports your beliefs and provides advice steeped in your faith. All Counseling’s goal is to connect the hurting to the healers, and we understand your desire to strengthen your faith and mental health simultaneously. To help you find the faith-based therapist you need, we accept profiles from various vetted counselors, psychologists, and psychiatrists and we ask them to identify whether they specialize in serving those in a specific religious faith. The below list is based on those profile responses.