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The Top Texas Therapists and Coaches

Are you looking for a therapist in Texas? We can help. Find your provider in the profiles of top therapists below, or fill in our 5-minute match form to find the right therapist for you.

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How do I find a therapist in Texas?

We make it easy to find a therapist in Texas! Answer our quick matching questionnaire and we will recommend a few therapists who are the right fit for your needs. You can then speak with your matches before choosing who to work with. If you would prefer to search yourself, you can review the therapist and coach profiles above or

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We are so grateful for you! Learn how to join our community of mental health practitioners here. In addition to helping you find people who are the right fit for your practice, we provide community, speaking opportunities, professional development, and other resources to help you grow.

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