This directory is a great tool for AAPI members who want more information about mental health. Users can search by region, AANHPI subgroup, and focus. The site also has profiles with brief summaries of practitioners and other organizational resources.
Bridges’ services serve the APISA (Asian Pacific Islanders, South Asian Americans) with culturally-affirming therapy and mental health care. In their directory, users can search by modalities, location, issues treated, insurance, and practice details. Professional profiles have an “about me” summary, issues treated, treatment approaches, practice details (insurance, accepting clients, etc.), accepted insurance, experience, personal information (pronouns, ethnicity, phone, email, address), practice location, and services offered (modality, telemedicine).
This directory is “the largest South Asian mental health therapist community in the world.” It operates internationally, with a focus on the US, Canada, and the UK. Users can filter by location, session type, and language. Profiles display therapists’ language(s), types of clients, session types, biographies, and contact information.
Inclusive Therapists serve underrepresented communities through its mission to be a mental health liberation movement creating change through decolonial education, collective care, and activism. They have a directory which allows users to filter by name, keyword, location, insurance, language, service, and specialty.
This organization was created to help Asians feel seen, heard, and empowered in their journeys towards better mental health. Their directory lets users filter through AAPI mental health professionals by state. Therapist’s profiles display their contact information, specializations, practice details, and more.
SAMHIN’s services support the South Asian community in the United States. Users can search their therapist directory by location, name, and category. On professional’s profiles, users can find hours, financial information, contact information, and more.
The NAAPIMHA’s mission is to promote the mental health and well-being of the AAPI community. They provide training, resources, advocacy opportunities, and have been involved in many mental health projects. The AANHPI Service Provider sheet provides resources listed for all 50 states (contact information and websites are listed).
The AMHC’s mission is to normalize and de-stigmatize mental health within the Asian community. They offer a US and Canadian therapist directory. Users can filter by issue, age group, finance information, modalities, and more. There are also therapist profiles and a resource and organization directory that provide additional resources for mental health.