Mental Health Awareness

Since the 1940s, May has been observed as National Mental Health Awareness Month. While mental health is important all year, highlighting these issues this month gives us the chance to come together to show our support for those who suffer from mental disorders and illnesses, as well as encourage everyone to take some time for overall emotional wellness.

Promote mental health awareness

Join these therapists to help eliminate stigma, raise awareness, and encourage help and emotional wellness.

View therapists who advocate for mental health awareness in their communities

  • Ada  Pang

    Ada Pang

    MS, LMFT

    Counselor specializing in Cancer

  • Adrian Scharfetter

    Adrian Scharfetter

    PhD, AMFT

    Associate Marriage & Family Therapist specializing in Polyamorous and Open Relationships

  • Alana Ogilvie

    Alana Ogilvie

    MS, LMFT

    Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist specializing in Sexual Identity

  • Alex Barnette

    Alex Barnette

    LMFT-A

    Counselor specializing in Divorce

  • Amber Holt

    Amber Holt

    LICSW

    Clinical Social Worker specializing in Depression

  • Anna Munro

    Anna Munro

    LICSW

    Clinical Social Worker specializing in Alcohol Abuse and Alcohol Dependence

  • April Mcdowell

    April Mcdowell

    Ph.D., LMFT

    Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist specializing in Divorce

  • Amanda Schofield

    Amanda Schofield

    Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

    Counselor specializing in Anxiety

  • Ashleigh Edelstein

    Ashleigh Edelstein

    Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate

    Associate Marriage & Family Therapist specializing in Anxiety

  • Ashleigh Sorenson

    Ashleigh Sorenson

    LMFT

    Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist specializing in Anxiety