Phone: +1 (980) 890 7522



If you don't see an answer to your question, you can send us an email from our contact form.


If you don't see an answer to your question, you can send us an email from our contact form.


Lavni is a mental health platform dedicated to bringing affordable mental health services to underserved communities.

Lavni is for everyone; specifically individuals from BIPOC/underserved communities, as research shows people of color are twice as likely not to seek mental health care. We want to break the stigma against seeking mental health services.

It’s up to you! Based on your presenting concern, and their areas of expertise, you can choose between the different qualified professionals listed on the site that “speak,” to your preference. Instead of suggesting someone for you, we suggest several clinicians that you can choose from.

To Be Communicated!

To improve mental health services in underserved communities. We apply culturally appropriate interventions, therefore; reducing the stigma while increasing engagement, education, and motivation towards positive mental health wellness. We provide affordable, confidential, and convenient mental health services, as our part in helping to reduce the barriers.

Currently available in North Carolina and South Carolina. We are currently working to make our service available in Georgia.

No, a prescription is not needed to use Lavni.

Yes, Lavni will be available on a mobile app.

The first step is to sign up for a Lavni account. After your account is set up, you tell us what you are looking for in a clinician and from there, you choose a professional that meets your needs. Next, you will schedule your first session and begin your journey toward wellness!

If you are in crisis, please call 1-800-273-8255 (The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline). You can also visit your nearest emergency room, dial 911, or call your local law enforcement number and let them know you or a loved one is dealing with a mental health crisis.

You can contact Lavni by navigating to the “Contact” page and send us a message. You can also feel free to contact us via email at or by phone at +1 (980) 890 7522.

Are you tired of feeling as if you are running in circles? That everything you do lacks meaning or significance? Are you dealing with relational or interpersonal conflict? Are you feeling depressed, anxious, hopeless? Would you like to find a clinician that best suits your style, need, culture, and is passionate about helping you overcome your obstacles in life? We can find many other questions to ask, as no two clients are the same. So, if you are in doubt about whether or not you need to seek mental health care, then reach out; let us help you find the answers.

Lavni subscriptions cost $299 per month without health insurance, for one session each week a total of four sessions per month.
However with health insurance such as Blue Cross each session costs $0-$25 out of pocket. There are no limits on sessions per month but verify with you your health insurance provider.

Yes, Lavni can be a substitute for traditional face-to-face therapy. We offer the same services that you would find in a traditional face-to-face mental health setting, but virtually. Each client has their preference based on needs, however; virtual sessions are convenient and effective when seeking treatment.

You will have the ability to communicate with your provider virtually via video, call or text.

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Yes. However, Lavni may also collect anonymous demographic information, which is not unique to you, such as your: age, gender, and race


At Lavni, our clinicians are handpicked with you in mind, aligning with your needs, and your future mental health goals. We have licensed clinicians, coaches, and other health care professionals for a holistic approach to your wellness.

Lavni has behavioral health specialists from various disciplines, including; therapists, social workers, coaches, counselors, addiction specialists and more. They are licensed clinicians and certified coaches. Therapists at Lavni use a variety of tools and techniques based on their areas of expertise. Some of the many forms include: Psychodynamic therapy (to explore the connection between your unconscious mind and your actions). Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Behavioral Therapies, Humanistic Approaches (existential, gestalt and person-centered therapy), Integrative, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Trauma Focused, Marriage and Family, Culturally Sensitive Therapy and many more.

Therapy can help improve symptoms of many mental and emotional health conditions. Therapy teaches you skills to help cope with the many life challenges that we may face. The National Alliance on Mental Health shows 1 out of every 5 Americans live with a mental health condition. The COVID-19 pandemic changed the number to 1 out of 3 at times. We will all face loss at some point in our lives. The way we manage our emotions during that time can change the trajectory of our lives. Biased because we know the value of placing mental health care at the forefront, we say therapy is right for all. Understand where you are in the stages of change, and find the right professional to walk with you on your journey!

It takes 4-6 weeks (on average) to build rapport with your therapist, as you continue to build trust in the counseling relationship. It is strongly recommended that you attend at least (4) consecutive weekly sessions in the beginning, so that you truly understand and feel more comfortable with the process. You can meet as many times as your plan allows or insurance company approves. Weekly and Bi-Weekly sessions are most common until you achieve your treatment goals.

The primary difference between a therapist and a coach is that therapists usually focus on the past or present while coaches tend to focus more on the present and future. Depending on the therapeutic method, intervention or approach the therapist applies, therapists can work through deep rooted traumas with the client that coaches cannot. Coaches often give directives for behavioral change, while therapists (Person-Centered) listen as the client works cognitively towards their healing.

Clinicians will complete the questionnaire pertaining to information about their licensure. We will verify with their credentialing boards that the information provided is correct and true. Clinicians will be required to attest to the standards set forth in the mandatory guidelines for ethical practice.

Welcome! We would love for you to join the community and help us transform one life at a time. Please see how to get started below for further information.

The first step is to sign up for a Lavni account. Here you will upload your credentials, answer some questions pertaining to your licensure, education, skills, knowledge, and share with us your speciality areas so that you can be efficiently matched with clients seeking your specific qualifications. We will reach out to you to continue the onboarding process once we verify your credentials and attestations.