Talk To A Therapist

These unprecedented times have called for an unprecedented stay-at-home mandate. Concerns for our health and the health of our loved ones and just trying to figure it out has either created angst and uncharted hardships for many or exacerbated already existing problems for many others. My heart is both genuinely broken for so many reasons AND optimistic that we - beyond just our local communities - will navigate through and learn from these times as a world. To support your personal and family's navigation and learning process, I am offering no-cost, one-time 30-minute telephone consultations. You can use this "Talk To A Therapist" time to vent, ask questions and/or receive brief solutions-focused counseling from a non-judgmental, licensed professional. Essentially, you can use the time however you need to with no strings or expectations.

To schedule your no-cost telephone consultation to "Talk To A Therapist," follow the link below.

Currently, "Talk To A Therapist" times are available on:

  • Monday, May 11, 2020

  • Monday, May 15, 2020


Please check back for availability, which will be updated regularly on a weekly basis until further notice. Once you schedule a consultation, read through the disclaimers below before your appointment time.


  • Scheduling an appointment and/or receiving a no-cost telephone consultation through the "Talk To A Therapist" program does not establish a consent to provide on-going psychotherapy, life coaching and/or telemedicine services with providers at TBH Therapy & Life Coaching Services. Consequently, diagnostic, evaluation and treatment services are not provided, although may be recommended.

  • Information disclosed during the telephone consultation is generally confidential. However, there are both mandatory and permissive exceptions to confidentiality, including, but not limited to: reporting child, elder and/or dependent adult abuse and expressed threats of violence towards an ascertainable victim.

  • The "Talk To A Therapist" program is limited to California residents and adults age 18 and over.

  • The telephone consultation does not provide emergency services. If you experience a life-threatening emergency situation, call 911 or proceed to the nearest hospital emergency room. If you experience thoughts of harming yourself or suicide, you may call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-TALK (8255) for no-cost 24/7 hotline support. 

  • If you have a positive experience and are financially in a position to do so, please consider making a donation to The TBH Movement or the charity of your choice.