Referrals and Resources

While we’re really excited about our online program, we recognize we’re not a good fit for every relationship. Below, we’ve included links to help you find other recommended online resources, skilled couple therapists, individual therapists, or hotline operators.

Couple & Individual Therapy Locators

ibct_header-300x75 Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy website. Therapists are available in numerous cities in the United States who have been supervised and/or trained in Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy, an empirically validated treatment approach for distressed couples (which also used in the OurRelationship program).

ABCT_Logo-300x29Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) referral website. ABCT is one of the premier research-based organizations for psychotherapy. In searching for a couples therapist, be sure to click “Marital Therapy” under SPECIALTIES, not just “couples” under type served. Doing so will provide you with psychologists who have extensive experience in marital and couple therapy. You’ll also be able to search for other specialties (e.g., depression, anxiety, parenting).

APA_Logo-300x21American Psychological Association’s (APA) referral website. The APA is the national organization for doctoral-level psychologists. At this website, you will be able to conduct a search for a psychologist in your area who specializes in couples therapy or specific individual problems. Additionally, they provide an 800 number if you’d rather talk to an individual in person to help you find a therapist.

AAMFT_Logo-300x44American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) referral website. AAMFT is the national association of masters-level marriage and family therapists who often have specialized training and experience working with couples.

Hotline Resources (Available 24-hours)

TheHotline_Logo-300x41If you have experienced relationship violence and would like to talk to someone immediately about physical aggression in your relationship, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website to find out more.

SuicidePrevention_Logo-300x48If you experience suicidal thoughts and are in a state of emotional crisis or know somebody who is in crisis, counselors are available to assist you. You can call at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or visit their website (for suicide warning signs and other resources).