We are living in difficult times and we could all use extra mental health support to cope. Please use our services and encourage others to do so as well.

The Becool2asians Campaign has coordinated an un-vetted directory of Mental Health Providers who are volunteering services for 1.) clients who are dealing with the emotional toll of racism and 2.) Healthcare staff and workers who at the forefront of the battle against COVID-19. Thank you for your service.

Legally, mental health practitioners may only work with patients from the state in which they are licensed. Each provider is setting their individual parameters for the free services.

Please locate your state and a listing of volunteer providers.


If you don’t see your state listed on this site, please have patient, we are working on it!

The Mental Healthcare Volunteer Directory By State


FOR LA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS: LA County has established a free reporting and services hotline.


If you’d like to report a racially motivated incident, receive counseling, and/or would like free assistance with situation such as bullying in school, housing discrimination, neighbor to neighbor disputes, please dial 2-1-1.

Susan Ho Berzon LMFT, Psy D

Credentials:  LMFT, Psy D

Specialties: Experienced with depression, anxiety, trauma, family dynamics, and interpersonal relationships.

Phone Number: 949-878-2730


Helen Carter

Credentials: LMFT MACP MA(Dubl) HDipEd

Grace A. Chen, Ph.D.

Credentials: California License PSY 21234

Specialties :- life transitions, stress

Phone Number - 415-672-1514

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Laura Mui, LMFT

Credentials: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Specialties: Although, I don’t claim any “specialities,” I do meet with LGBTQIA2-s+, multiracial couples and families, parents, kink, complex trauma and those wanting to do the work of decolonizing their hearts, minds And spirits. 

Phone Number: 510-908-3942


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Loretta Sun Nam, LCSW

Credentials:  Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Specialties: providing therapeutic interventions to clients effectively manage crisis, utilizing specialized modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), solution-focused, supportive counseling and mindfulness. 

Phone Number: 669-271-1272


Teletherapy available

Thomas J. Pier, LCSW, OSW-C, CMF

Credentials: Private practice therapist, Licensed clinical social worker, certified oncology social worker, certified mindfulness facilitator

Specialties: Grief, life transitions, medical illness (cancer), health psychology, collaboration with medical professionals


Phone Number: 323-377-4283

Kayo Sumisaki. LMFT

Credentials: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC# 53952)

Specialities: Stress, anxiety, depression, relationships, life transitions and personal development.

Phone Number: (510) 932-2020



Carol Wong, Ph.D. 

Licensed Psychologist PSY22004 

Specialities: Children, Teens, Young Adults, Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Anxiety, Social Difficulties, Cultural Identity Development 

Phone Number: (650) 646-0055 




Yesenia Fermin

Credentials: MSW, LCSW

Specialties: Trauma, Gender based violence, Refugees

Dr. Kani Ilangovan

Credentials: MD, Psychiatrist

Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, ADHD

Phone Number: 609-529-2573



Paul Park, PsyD

Clinical Psychologist. 

Specialties: trauma, grief/loss/life adjustments, anxiety (performance-related, generalized), OCD, and depression, as well as issues related to identity, family, and social justice/fairness.

Phone: (646) 504-3596




Pankhuri Aggarwal

Credentials: M.A.

List of specialities: I provide culturally competent and evidence-based psychotherapy on a range of presenting concerns including adjustment, depression, anxiety, eating concerns, suicide, grief, and trauma. I am passionate about working with minority populations. 

Phone: 617-816-7918

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Anjali (Angie) Jain, M.A.

Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student, Miami University

Specialties: Emotion dysregulation; substance use; suicidality; mood disorders

Theoretical Frameworks: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT); Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT); Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (RO-DBT)


Kathy Nguyen Li

Credentials: Psy.D. Licensed Psychologist in the District of Columbia and Commonwealth of Virginia

Specialities: Anxiety, Couples Counseling, Social Justice issues, Grief, Insomnia

Phone Number: 571-402-5284

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