Recovering From Religion
Need to talk to someone? Recovering From Religion is the nonprofit behind the Secular Therapy Project listed below. This site offers free support through chat, phone calls in English and Spanish, and support groups (virtual and in-person).
The Reclamation Collective
Therapist directory and collective of trauma-informed clinicians, community leaders, and activists who validate the wide spectrum of experiences and symptoms that may present following an Adverse Religious Experience.
Center for Trauma Resolution and Recovery
A group of trauma-informed practitioners who use their education and experience in the medium of coaching to provide quality care and access to clients all over the United States and the world.
Founded by Dr. Marlene Winell, author of Leaving the Fold, this group is dedicated to helping people transition out of harmful religions, recover from trauma, and rebuild their lives. They have programs for both individuals and groups.
Secular Therapy Project
Website helping connect non-religious or secular people who need mental health services with vetted, secular mental health professionals such as psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, and others.
The Trevor Project
24/7 crisis support services for LGBTQ+ youth in the USA and Mexico. Trained crisis counselors answer calls, chats, or texts from LGBTQ+ youth who reach out via their free, confidential and secure 24/7 service when struggling with issues such as coming out, identity, depression, and suicide.
The Clergy Project
Have you worked as a religious professional but are secretly a non-believer? Are you struggling over where to go from here with your life and career? Whether this is your current situation or whether it happened a while ago, you're not alone.