The Tennessee Equality Project (TEP), as part of their ongoing response to the COVID-19 crisis, has relaunched a resource for inclusive mental health services in Tennessee known as Counseling Unconditionally.
Originally launched in response to the “Counseling Discrimination Law” (formerly HB1840) that was passed in 2016, the listing includes mental health providers in Tennessee who provide affirmative services, especially in regards to sexual orientation and gender identity/expression.
This law highlighted the need for counselors, therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and other mental health providers to speak out for inclusive and affirmative practices. The relaunch is in response to the COVID-19 pandemic as many are needing to find support while practicing social distancing.
To access the listing and interactive map click here.
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