English-speaking therapist near me
If you are in Italy and need to find a therapist near you who speaks English, we can help. Feel at ease and avoid the stress of misunderstandings.
Care and aftercare in your native language
When moving to Italy for your work, your passion, or your family, you may feel isolated, far from family and friends, and have little support to draw upon.
The emotional impact of life abroad – on yourself, your partner, children, or parents – may become a heavy weight to carry on your own.
You now need someone who understands you, someone who has worked with other international patients, who has experience with adjustment issues, cultural shock, and other common mental health issues that may be troubling you.
DoctorsinItaly helps you find great psychologists and therapists near you, guaranteed to speak fluent English.
See a Therapist Online.
Online mental care can be effective even without setting a single foot out of the door.
Send your request online and therapists, psychologists and counselors who would most effectively meet your needs, will offer an appointment.
See the photograph, check the reviews and years of experience and choose the one that works best for you.
No need to speak to a receptionist. No steps out of your door. No commuting.
Just a traditional session in a non-traditional setting, any time you want.
Book your appointment in no time
No need to download any app, or call any provider’s office
Therapists for all ages
Psychotherapists, counselors, and child psychologists throughout Italy can help you and your loved ones with a variety of emotional, mental and behavioural issues. Psychotherapy and talking therapy is available for all ages, including children.
The best way to find a therapist in Italy
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You'll know the cost of the session before booking
All psychologists speak English fluently
All psychologists are vetted and constantly reviewed
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