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By the time people seek mental health care they are already in crisis. The average Jane doesn’t know which type of clinicians or modalities will best suit her. Research is the last thing anyone who is suffering wants to do.

Psychefinder makes it easy to find the right clinician by doing the research for you. Just fill out a straightforward questionnaire and we will match you with the perfect mental health care professional. Just to be sure, we’ll give you 3 options so you can make the final decision.

Forget being overwhelmed by the complex world of mental health care. Let PsycheFinder (Sike’-Finder) do the work of finding a therapist for you.

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Americans ages 18 and older suffers from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year.

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of young people with a mental health problem are not receivingt treatment.

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Erica Leibrandt, MA, LpC, RYT

In addition to being a Northwestern University educated psychotherapist and dedicated advocate for suicide prevention, Erica Leibrandt is a widely published author and creator of the therapeutic writer’s workshop Write Club. Her professional background in mind/body disciplines including Yoga and Reiki give her an integrative philosophy on how to achieve optimal mental health. Her fondest wish is to make mental health care available to everyone who needs it. 

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Bruno

Meet Bruno, therapy dog and companion to Psyche Finder creator Erica Leibrandt. He is at his best reminding clients that they are the most important person in the world. His specialties include working with children and young adults with mobility issues, anxiety, ADHD, and trauma.

average years waited for effective treatment

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of school children have a diagnosable mental illness

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of mental illnesses start before a child reaches their 18th birthday

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of mental health research is focused on young people

“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”

~Carl Jung

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Forget being overwhelmed by the complex world of mental health care. Let PsycheFinder do the work of finding a therapist for you.

If this is an extremely urgent matter, please contact us at erica.leibrandt@gmail.com or call at 847-998-8478. We will respond within 24 hours. If you feel your life, or the life of someone you know, may be at risk please call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.