Find a Therapist in Texas

Welcome to the Texas therapist directory at Our directory is the fastest and safest way to find a good counselor or therapist in Texas cities. We only include professional therapists, counselors, and psychologists whose work accords, in attitude and orientation, to the elements of good therapy. Find a therapist or counselor in your Texas zip code, or click on the links below to see the counselors in your city. If you are looking for telehealth therapy you can click here to see all Texas telehealth therapists.

Anderson County

Andrews County

Angelina County

Aransas County

Atascosa County

Austin County

Bandera County

Bastrop County

Bee County

Bell County

Bexar County

Bowie County

Brazoria County

Brazos County

Brown County

Burleson County

Burnet County

Caldwell County

Calhoun County

Cameron County

Camp County

Cass County

Chambers County

Cherokee County

Collin County

Colorado County

Comal County

Cooke County

Coryell County

Dallas County

Dawson County

De Witt County

Deaf Smith County

Denton County

Ector County

El Paso County

Ellis County

Erath County

Fannin County

Fayette County

Fort Bend County

Franklin County

Frio County

Gaines County

Galveston County

Gillespie County

Gonzales County

Gray County

Grayson County

Gregg County

Guadalupe County

Hale County

Hardin County

Harris County

Harrison County

Hays County

Hidalgo County

Hockley County

Hood County

Hopkins County

Houston County

Howard County

Hunt County

Hutchinson County

Jackson County

Jasper County

Jefferson County

Jim Wells County

Johnson County

Karnes County

Kaufman County

Kendall County

Kerr County

Kleberg County

Lamar County

Lampasas County

Lavaca County

Lee County

Liberty County

Limestone County

Live Oak County

Llano County

Lubbock County

Matagorda County

Maverick County

Mclennan County

Medina County

Midland County

Milam County

Montgomery County

Moore County

Nacogdoches County

Nolan County

Nueces County

Ochiltree County

Orange County

Palo Pinto County

Panola County

Parker County

Pecos County

Polk County

Potter County

Rains County

Randall County

Reeves County

Rockwall County

Rusk County

San Patricio County

Scurry County

Shelby County

Smith County

Somervell County

Starr County

Tarrant County

Taylor County

Titus County

Tom Green County

Travis County

Upshur County

Uvalde County

Val Verde County

Van Zandt County

Victoria County

Walker County

Waller County

Ward County

Washington County

Webb County

Wharton County

Wichita County

Wilbarger County

Willacy County

Williamson County

Wilson County

Wise County

Wood County

Young County

Zapata County

Mental Health Matters in Texas

Texas has the second-largest state population in America, with 2015 estimates in the region of 27.5 million people. From 2010-2014, the median household income for people living in Texas was $52,576.

Approximately 106,560 people were working as licensed social workers, health educators, therapists, and in social service and community service jobs in 2015. In Texas, therapists and people in similar fields take home a mean annual wage of $47,210.

Texas Mental Health StatisticsMental Health in Texas

In a nationwide survey conducted in 2016 by Mental Health America (MHA), the state of Texas was given an overall mental health rank of 33rd, indicating a combination of poor access to mental health care and somewhat high rate of mental health conditions in the state. Therapists in Texas and researchers from Mental Health America posit the state’s low access ranking may be related to high rates of toxic chemical release in Texas.

The 2016 MHA survey estimates almost 3.4 million adults in the state live with adverse mental health conditions. Texas has the fifth-lowest percentage of adults with serious suicidal thoughts, and the 12th-lowest percentage of adults with substance dependence issues. However, the data suggests there is a higher prevalence of mental health issues among the younger population. Texas placed 40th for adolescents with past year episodes of major depression, 31st for young people with severe symptoms of depression, and 30th for youth abuse and dependence on illicit drugs or alcohol.

Easy access to needed mental health care remains a pressing concern for therapists in Texas. Mental Health America revealed the state was ranked 39th for adults with mental health concerns who did not receive any treatment, 48th for adults in need of care who have no mental health coverage, 40th for adults with disabilities who could not pay for treatment, 43rd for children with private insurance that does not cover mental health issues, and a low 50th in the availability of mental health providers. In 2016, there is a ratio of 1,034 residents to every single mental health provider in the state.


  1. Bureau of Labor Statistics. (2015). Occupational employment statistics: 21-0000 community and social service occupations (major group). Retrieved from

  2. Nguyen, T., Davis, K., Counts, N. & Fritze, D. (2016). The state of mental health in America. Retrieved from

  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2014). Behavioral health barometer: Texas, 2014. Retrieved from

  4. United States Census Bureau. (2015). Quick facts: Texas. Retrieved from


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