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Get 100% virtual therapy for depression, anxiety, relationships, or your identities. At Cultured Space, remember that all parts of you are welcome! For residents in New York and New Jersey, our therapists use culturally-informed practices to make a safe, affirming space. We cultivate a place where your values and identities are honored and celebrated!

We have online therapy services that emphasize diversity and inclusion.  Regardless of your age, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability status, size, religious/spiritual identity, or any other identity you hold, you are welcome here. You are seen here. You are heard here.

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And it makes all the difference

Culturally-informed treatment by clinicians trained in diversity

Expertise in working with BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities

 

 

Staff check your insurance benefits

 

 

Short-term treatment options

 

Flexible scheduling

 

45 - 60 minute online encrypted video sessions

You are not alone

We provide inclusive, affirming mental health services to meet your needs.

Our goal is to make inclusive, multicultural counseling accessible. Our virtual therapy makes it possible for you!

We will provide you with telehealth and online therapy services that you can access from the comfort of your chosen space.

Your mental health matters

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"Cultured Space has been an amazing resource in a very trying time. It's my first experience with therapy, and I'm amazed and grateful for the level of support I'm getting."

— May T. 

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We're ready for you to start your healing journey today!

After you book an appointment, you'll be connected with a therapist to start your online therapy healing journey!

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Boundaries can be a tricky thing to navigate, especially if you've lived with the expectation that yours are meant to be crossed or violated. We want to say a few things if this has been your experience:

First, you deserve to have your boundaries honored. No one is entitled to your time or energy. 

Second, protecting your boundaries is not selfish. People may try to make you feel guilty for protecting your boundaries. However, boundaries exist to ensure you keep functioning. You have every right to set and maintain them.

CLICK HERE to learn more about healthy boundaries!

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