Resources for Finding a Therapist
If Movement Matters is full or if we are not a good fit, here are some options for finding other therapists:
Berkshire Psychotherapy Network. A directory of Berkshire County therapists. You can search by therapist, location, insurance, specialties, and other filters: berkshirepsychotherapynetwok.org
The Psychology Today Therapist Directory. You can search by location and many other factors: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists
If you are interested in finding therapists with approaches similar to ours, when searching Psychology Today or doing a general internet search, try searching with keywords such as: holistic therapy, integrative therapy, mind-body, somatic therapy, expressive therapy or creative arts therapy, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Somatic Experiencing, Internal Family Systems Therapy.
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (SP) Therapist Directory. A list of practitioners who offer SP, which is a mind-body approach to therapy, including trauma and overall therapy concerns: https://sensorimotorpsychotherapy.org/therapist-directory/
Somatic Experiencing (SE) Directory. A list of practitioners who offer SE, which is a mind-body approach to trauma. https://directory.traumahealing.org/
Pain Reprocessing Therapist Directory. A list of therapists who have specialized training in working with chronic pain: https://www.painreprocessingtherapy.com/clinician-directory
Your insurance company will give you therapy referrals for providers on your plan.
Your primary care doctor or other health/wellness professionals that you work with can give you therapy referral suggestions.
Looking for a child or adolescent therapist or other specialized focus? Send us an email and we’ll do our best to offer you some additional suggestions.