Culturally Intentional Teletherapy for South Asian Communities

Hurdle therapists understand your story. Enter a safe space where you can show up whole, operate with joy, and live with power.

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Our approach is as unique as you are.

BIPOC Teletherapy

Culturally Responsive

Your unfiltered story needs to be heard and understood. Our licensed therapists put your culture first and have received ongoing evidence-based training to improve cultural humility and responsiveness.

Confidential

You deserve a safe space. Hurdle allows you to connect with a therapist in a secure and confidential online environment. Anything you share is strictly between you and your therapist.

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Convenient

You’ve faced enough obstacles. That’s why we’ve made help available where and when you want it. With Hurdle’s online therapy, you can get help from your mobile device, tablet, or desktop.

Whatever you're going through, we're here for you.

Complete our registration to get paired with a licensed therapist that can help you navigate some of life’s most challenging moments.

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Family & Relationships
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Money & Finances
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People are overcoming obstacles with Hurdle.

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My therapist does a really good job at being aware of what’s going on in African American culture and also what black men are experiencing in the midst of everything going on around us.
— James, 29

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One of the most special things for me with Hurdle is that I’ve sparked a new level of trust. I’m actually listening and applying the things that are being shared with me and that’s why I’m seeing such great results.
— Angela, 45

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[Culturally responsive] means being aware and open. Being honest and not afraid to bring up the cultural differences with clients, couples, and families. Those areas need to be talked about and if they’re not talked about, you don’t know whether they are impacting a relationship or not.
— Daniel, 36

*Quotes are from actual clients and/or therapists. Names and photos have been changed to protect their identity.

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