You deserve to make your mental health a priority

Our therapists can help you learn skills to cope with the challenges you’re having, and support you in coming up
with a plan to start to feel better.

How to access Hazel

At school

Have therapy sessions at school, during regular school hours. Your school will provide a private space for your video session.

At home

Meet with your Hazel therapist from a smartphone, tablet, or computer in a 
private room at home.

How Hazel therapy works

1. Sign up

The majority of U.S. states require parent consent for a teen under 18 to start therapy. If you are over 18, you can sign up yourself.

3. First session

We match you with a licensed therapist. During the first session, the therapist introduces themselves and learns more about your needs.

3. Weekly therapy sessions

Your therapist will help you identify strategies to cope with what you’re feeling, and support you in developing a plan to feel better.

4. After your Hazel sessions

After your therapy sessions, if needed, your Hazel therapist will help connect you to local long-term mental health services.

Ready to see how therapy can help you?

Meet Hazel therapists

Hazel’s licensed therapists are experts in helping teens

Locally licensed
Multilingual and diverse
Evidence-based
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Teens like you are experiencing 
the benefits of therapy

"Research shows that students receiving mental health services [at] school are successful. It helps to remove the barriers of the parent picking the student up, taking them to their appointment, and the student missing classroom instruction. Hazel is the perfect infrastructure to ensure that we meet the needs of all of our students."

Director Behavioral Health
Duval County Public Schools

"I was very surprised at how nice the therapist was. She is very nice and really easy to talk to. I was happy she is black. I feel like she can understand things that other people can’t."

Student
Aurora Public Schools

"At first she really, really was reluctant to go. I was allowed to sit in for the first session so that broke the ice and helped us both feel very comfortable. After that, she wasn’t so apprehensive...and once she finished the second visit, she actually looked forward to going to the remaining ones. I was shocked, so whatever her counselor did, it made her feel really comfortable."

Parent
Denair Public Schools

Have more questions?

We provide support to teens every day.

Hazel therapists can help you process past experiences, current concerns, and future worries.

Whatever’s going on, let’s talk about it.

To sign up, complete the forms for consent provided by your school.

The majority of U.S. states require parent consent for a teen under 18 to start therapy. To sign up for Hazel therapy, direct your parent or guardian to the Consent Form.

If you are over 18, you can sign up yourself.

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