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Jamie Roberts Nelson

Jamie Roberts, LMFT (she/her)

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in California (LMFT96181)
  • Founder of Equilibrium Counseling Services
    • The center specializes with adolescents, teens and young adults. We provide individual, family and group therapy. Current groups are for middle school and high school. Jamie specializes with Neuroqueer adolescents, anyone identifying with a neurodiversity, ADHD, autism, as well as the intersection of LGBTQIA+. Jamie was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult and is working to be “the person she needed when she was younger.”
  • Website:
  • IG: @equilibriumcounseling @neurodivergenttherapist
  • Tiktok: @neurodivergenttherapist
  • YouTube: Equilibrium Counseling Services
  • Facebook: @EquilibriumCounseling
Stacie Fanelli (she/her), MSW, ACSW

Stacie Fanelli, MSW, LCSW (she/her)

  • Licensure: LCSW in California (#105876) and Pennsylvania (#CW024176)
  • Services: Telehealth only. Neurodiversity-affirming eating disorder supervision to California associate therapists.
  • Stacie specializes in working with newly and/or self-diagnosed neurodivergent adults to incorporate this aspect of themselves into their identities and to begin to feel safe unmasking. Additionally, Stacie pulls from lived experience to treat eating disorders and body image distress from a neurodivergent-affirming lens. She facilitates a monthly eating disorder support group for autistic and ADHD adults located anywhere.
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  • Phone: 626-838-3406
  • Instagram: @edadhd_therapist
Amanda Walker, MS, LMFT, LPC

Amanda Walker, LMFT, LPC (she/her)

  • Licensure: Colorado Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT.0002044) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC.0017397) / California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT.106054) and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC.8430)
  • Services: Individual Adults and Couples (Teletherapy Available)
  • Amanda’s message: Feel like you’re struggling to thrive in a world that wasn’t built for you? We neurodiverse folks know this feeling all too well, and how especially hard it hits when you’re feeling lonely, depressed, anxious, lost, or just completely overwhelmed. Whether you’re just trying to keep your head above water every day or trying to emerge into a new stage of your life, you don’t need to do it all alone. If you’re autistic or think you might be autistic and seeking some help and support without judgement, you’ve come to the right place. My therapy is neurodivergent-affirming, trans-affirming, sex-positive, anti-ableist, anti-racist, and culturally sensitive. I strive to create a safe space where you are encouraged to be your true authentic self.
  • Phone: (720) 655-3243
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Christine MacInnis

Christine MacInnis, LMFT (she/her)

  • Licensed as an LMFT in CA #46382 and AZ #15504
  • Services: Telehealth and in person for children, teens, adults, couples and psychological testing, EMDR trauma work and consulting from a LGBTQIA+ and neuro-diverse affirmative lens
  • Christine’s message: “We provide a therapeutic space that supports ages 5 to 100 with therapists who nuture and celebrate neurodiversity and LGBTQIA identities while insuring the care they give is anti-racist informed and culturally sensitive. We provide psychological testing for ages 5 to 22, an EMDR certified therapist who works from a neuro-diverse informed lens as a lived experienced provider (ADHD) and therapy for children, teens, adults and couples.”
  • Website:
  • IG: transcends_therapy
Dr. Crystal I. Lee

Dr. Melody Abbene (she/hers)

  • Clinical psychologist licensed in California and Texas (CA PSY29249, TX 38786)
  • Providing teletherapy throughout California and Texas for autistic adults, adult ADHD-ers, adults with chronic illness, and adults adjusting to a new disability.
  • Melody’s message: “I’m Dr. Melody Abbene, a neurodivergent clinical psychologist licensed in California (PSY29249) and Texas (38786). I am passionate about working with neurodivergent adults of all ages, particularly autistic adults and adult ADHD-ers. I have expertise in anxiety, depression, trauma, disordered eating, chronic pain, chronic illness, and adjustment to disability. I also have an understanding of the nuanced discrimination that individuals with neurodivergencies and both apparent and non-apparent disabilities face on a regular basis, and I aim to support my clients in coping with these stressors and reaching a place of empowerment. I am deeply committed to approaching care in a compassionate and collaborative manner. I am not interested in imposing my beliefs about what my clients’ lives should look like. Instead, I take the time to gain an understanding of who they are, their cultural backgrounds, where their values and strengths lie, and what motivates them in order to support them in building and maintaining lives of meaning and fulfillment, regardless of circumstances. Using a combination of therapeutic strategies, I tailor treatment to each individual.”
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  • Phone: (512) 253-8909
  • Website:
  • Book a free 20 minute consultation call to see if I’m a good fit for your needs by using this link:
Kayla Ursa

Kayla “Lou” Ursa, LMFT (they/them)

Zenaida Kleiner

Zenaida “Z” Kleiner, LMFT (she/they)

  • LMFT 103003 Ventura County, Ca
  • Offerings include individual, family, couples, teletherapy, and ecotherapy.
  • Zenaida’s message: ¡Saludos! I’m a Decolonizing Therapist and smaching the patriarchy is my passion. Specializing in complex transgenerational, intergenerational trauma, attachment, nature-focused strategies, and gut-brain interconnections. Honored to help.
  • Website:
Lori Crowley

Lori Crowley (she/her)

  • Licensure: LMFT in CA, USA – LPCC in CA,USA
  • Services: individual, family, couples, group, tele therapies
  • Lori’s message: I offer NeuroDivergent Affirming/Strengths Based therapy to individuals and their constellation of supports. As a somatic psychotherapist I bring/teach an awareness of sensory and nervous system influences to the lived experience of neurodivergent folks and help establish an understanding of how best to utilize resources to navigate the highs and lows life.
  • Website:
Jennie Steinberg

Jennie Steinberg, LMFT, LPCC (she/her)

  • California LMFT and LPCC; also certified as a PMH-C (certified perinatal mental health professional)
  • Services: Individual therapy for adults, both in person in Studio City, CA and via telehealth
  • Jennie’s message: I am a strength-based, feminist-oriented, queer-affirming, neurodiversity-affirming, body-positive therapist with 15 years of experience supporting clients. I was diagnosed with ADHD my whole life, and I support people with ADHD in understanding their neurodivergence, embracing their superpowers, and overcoming the anxiety, depression, and self-esteem challenges that are often secondary to ADHD. I also specialize in supporting people with body image challenges, and I am a certified perinatal mental health professional, specializing in infertility, pregnancy, and the transition to new parenthood. I look forward to meeting you!
  • Phone: 818-284-6663
  • Email:
  • Website:
Rachelle Bloksberg

Rachelle Bloksberg, LMFT (she/her)

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist # 119841
  • You are not alone in your struggle. There is hope. You don’t have to change who you are to have a good life. You can find ways to be your unique self and have the fulfilling life you want. I was diagnosed with ADHD when my son was diagnosed. I would be honored to support you through your process.
  • Services: Online therapy for individuals, couples, families, and groups. Serving adults, young adults, adolescents, and seniors. I provide patient and compassionate neurodiversity-affirming, gender-affirming, and BIPOC-affirming psychotherapy services.
  • Specialties: relationships, depression, anxiety, trauma, chronic illness, stress, grief & loss, addictions, parenting, co-parenting, self-improvement, memory, organization, focus, self-esteem & self-worth, sleep issues
  • Schedule a free 15 min online or phone consultation: Click Here
  • Phone: (530) 263-1413
  • Website:
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Cari Teran

Cari Teran, LMFT (she/her)

  • Licensed in California (MFC39271)
  • Services: Individual and family teletherapy
  • Cari’s message: Cari has been working with children and adults for 25 years and specializes in recovery from trauma and abuse, abduction reunification, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, bipolar/mood disorders, ADHD, parenting support, postpartum adjustment, foster/adoption transitions. and attachment.
  • Cari engages in cultural humility and strives to dismantle systemic racism and support anti-racist beliefs.
  • Alternative lifestyle & kink informed.
  • LGBTQ+ and BIPOC affirmative.
  • Lived experience with Neurodivergence.
Stephanie Adams Mendez

Stephanie Adams Mendez, PHD, NCSP (she/her)

  • Licensure: Licensed Psychologist in California (PSY31678), Washington, DC (PSY20001513), Maine (PS2539), New Jersey (35SI00728800), New York (025991), Oregon (3777), and Vermont (048.0134528TELE)
  • Services: Individual, family, telehealth therapy and assessment
  • Stephanie’s message: I provide therapy and assessment services that help clients better understand themselves and how to advocate for their needs in an ableist, difficult world. I utilize a neurodiversity affirming approach to helping clients ages 5 through adulthood. The vast majority of my clients have overlapping neurodivergent identities and diagnoses (Autism, ADHD, OCD). Much of my research and clinical work focuses on promoting family and school-based support for LGBTQIA+ and neurodivergent youth. I also train professionals in clinics, hospitals, schools, and universities on how to provide culturally responsive neurodiversity- and gender-affirming care. Proudly representing lived experience as a queer, Latina ADHDer.
  • Website:
  • 310-800-1447
  • Email:
Amanda Trần

Amanda Tran, LMFT (they/she)

  • Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist #133241 in California
  • Services: Individual psychotherapy for adolescents (16+) and adults throughout California via Telehealth, peer support groups
  • Amanda’s message: I’m a non-binary, neurodivergent, and queer Vietnamese relational psychotherapist. My work is informed by anti-oppression and intersectionality and rooted in practices of curiosity, compassion, ease, and deep trust in the power of process. I work primarily with queer, trans, and neurodivergent Asian American young adults.
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Diana Partovi

Diana Partovi, PsyD (she/her)

  • California Board of Psychology Lic#25967
  • Services: Neuropsychological evaluations for Autism Spectrum, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), learning difficulties, problems with attention/memory/executive functioning or other cognitive difficulties. ADHD coaching (to improve attention, concentration, planning, organization). Teletherapy and in-person available.
  • Diana’s message: I am a neurodiversity affirming neuropsychologist who strives to provide collaborative and therapeutic evaluations for adults (18 and over) seeking diagnostic clarification or to learn more about themselves. My assessments are focused on identifying and leveraging strengths and I view neurodivergence as part of normal variation (not a “disorder”) but also recognize that living in a neurotypical world presents obstacles for some neurodivergent individuals. I often work with clients in determining which (if any) work/school accommodations may be beneficial and assist clients in navigating that process. My approach is warm and curious, and I get the most joy out of learning about my clients in terms of the “whole person” they are, versus a diagnosis.
  • Website: (please sign up for a free 15-minute consultation)
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  • Phone: 925-639-8870
Sunny Sun Young Lim

Sunny Sun Young Lim (she/her)

  • ACSW (#105437) in California and supervised by Shavonne James LCSW (#84184)
  • Telehealth services available for California residents (individuals, families, couples)
  • Sunny’s message: I use a variety of interventions (DBT, Family Systems, Solution-Focused, CBT) and a collaborative approach with individuals to help them reach their goals and personal growth. I’ve worked with adults, teenagers, and families on codependency, childhood trauma/C-PTSD, self-esteem, and neurodiversity. I’ve also worked with adults on navigating their personal experiences about living in a neurotypical world with a late diagnosis, so I work with a neurodivergent-affirming lens.
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  • Phone: (714) 251-6878‬
Andrew Brucker

Andrew Brucker, LCSW (he/him)

  • Licensure: LCSW #117626  in California, LCSW #149.026360 in Illinois, LCSW# 44SC06333700 in New Jersey
  • Services: Individual and/or family therapy for ND adolescents and young adults (16-36), telehealth and in-person (Pasadena, CA).
  • Andrew’s message: Navigating a neurotypical world as a neurodivergent is not easy. I was diagnosed with ADHD as a young child and with Autism later on. My own journey has brought me to where I am now. My goal is to help other NDs find ways to enjoy being themselves, to accept themselves, to love themselves. I want you to learn to live in a way that works best for you, and discover who you are in the process. For those that are already on this journey, I can provide understanding, empathy, and a safe place to be yourself and decompress. Let’s learn to navigate this world together.
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  • Phone: 213-866-5173
  • Office: Pasadena, CA
Riley Jana Morgan

Riley Jana Morgan, MS, LMFT (she/her)

  • Licensure: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT 139543) in California
  • Services: Offers online video teletherapy throughout California.
  • Payment accepted: Private pay. Offers superbill receipts for possible insurance reimbursement.
  • Riley’s message: As an autistic therapist myself, I won’t stigmatize you. Neurodivergent affirming therapy is my passion and I focus on working with autistic adults, whether you are formally or self diagnosed. I also work with individuals who may experience anxiety and emotional distress. Your lived experience matters and therapy with me is a safe space to unmask, share your focused interests, and more. I welcome and value your authentic self. I provide therapy that is neurodivergent affirming; LGBTQIA+, non-binary, and transgender affirming; and aware of intersecting forms of discrimination. I strive to help you feel safe, supported, and heard with compassion. Together we can emphasize your strengths, take into account your needs, and focus on your challenges. Contact me when you are ready to set up your free consultation.
  • Phone: (415) 358-6700
  • Email:
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Madylynn Snyder

Madylynn Snyder (she/her)

  • MFT in California
  • Services: Individual, ASD across the lifespan, Neurodiverse Couples, Parent Coaching, Families, Adolescents 10 years old and up
  • Madylynn’s message: My office is a place where you can feel safe and supported while processing difficulties, and discover more about yourself and who you are in light of your life experiences. I utilize a strengths based perspective and Neurodivergent affirming lens. Together we’ll explore your unique strengths and challenges, and create an environment where you can be challenged with safety and encouragement. When I’m not doing therapy, you can find me cooking for friends, or diving into my latest hobby! I’m a big fan of beach days, movie nights, wine tasting, and board games.
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  • Email:
  • 626-765-4160
Blaze Lazarony

Barbara (Blaze) Lazarony, AMFT/APCC (she/her/they)

  • Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist # 127882 and Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor # 10253, Couples Coach, Neurodiverse Couples Coach, Speaker, and Author.
  • Blaze’s message: There is hope for people who struggle with labels like “ Neurodivergent.” You don’t have to change who you are to achieve the fulfilling life of your dreams. You are not alone in your struggle. There is hope. Twenty years ago, I was diagnosed as Neurodivergent; my mental health identifications include OCD, PTSD, and Anxiety; what others may see as a brain defect, I’ve come to embrace as a superpower. Today, I am living a meaningful and fulfilling life as an outstanding therapist/counselor, and coach. I would be honored to support you on your journey of self-acceptance and growth.
  • Services: I offer online therapy for couples, individuals, and families. I serve adults and seniors and offer neurodiverse, gender, and BIPOC-affirming services.
  • Specialties: Couples & Marriage Coaching/Therapy, Neurodiverse Couples, Childless Couples by Choice & Circumstance, LGBTQ+, Depression & Anxiety Treatment, PTSD & Trauma Treatment, and Transpersonal Coaching
  • To schedule a FREE 15 min online consultation, please click here and request me, Barbara (Blaze) Lazarony, in the purple background section.
  • Phone: (707) 400-5346
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Robin Greenblat

Robin Greenblat, AMFT, MHA

  • Associate Marriage Family Therapist (AMFT114045) in California (supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, Psy.D., Marriage and Family Therapist, P.C., CA License: MFC 53452 and LMFT#53452)
  • Specializes in: Neurodiverse Relationships for couples and individuals
  • Offers Adult individuals and couple’s via Zoom in California
  • Robin is dedicated to supporting Neurodiversity, providing effective tools to reduce stressors and move toward healing. With 30 years of marriage and parenting four children, Robin’s personal experience has given her a unique perspective to help her clients explore, reconnect, and rediscover their “sparkle.” She understands the challenges of working, parenting, and finding time for self-care while strengthening personal and professional relationships. She works with couples and individuals to develop improved communication, respect, and love.
  • Email:
  • Phone: 650.270.7188
  • Web:
  • Book a free 15-minute consultation call to see if I’m a good fit for your needs by using this link:
Hamed Fatahian

Hamed Fatahian, AMFT, APCC (he/his)

Adela Stone

Adela Stone, LMFT (she/her)

  • Licensure: LMFT 143787 in California
  • Offers neurodivergent couples counseling in CA via telehealth, neurodivergent couples coaching for out-of-state clients as well as individual support for neurodivergent relational struggles
  • Adela’s message: Classic couples therapy usually doesn’t work for neurodivergent couples. Often, the individuals in this type of relationship suffered deep attachment injuries and need a therapist that uses a neurotype-informed lens to prevent more harm, confusion and resentment from building up. I help couples reconnect by finding a common language, common understanding and common culture. I have tools specifically developed for ND couples.
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Lisa Marie Anzaldua, AMFT (she/her)

  • Licensed Associate Marriage & Family Therapist (#132097), Certified Life Coach trained by Tony Robbins, Transpersonal Psychology, BA, and author.
  • Services: Providing therapy for individual, family, couples, group, neurodiverse couples coach, individual therapy and coaching for neurotypical partner – teletherapy. Lisa provides therapy and coaching rooted in attachment science. Affair Recovery – Helping couples heal from the pain of affairs. Blended Families – Lisa Addresses the most significant challenges created by stepfamily architecture and provides three levels of solutions to these challenges. Individuals – Emotional healing, goals, purpose, self-actualization, spiritual guidance. LGBTQ + Conscious parenting.
  • Lisa’s message: Improving your relationships is achieved through effective communication, understanding yourself and the other, influencing the unconscious via graceful awareness, processing unresolved negative memories, healing from intergenerational and family-of-origin trauma, and applying techniques to optimizing your wellbeing.
  • Phone: 858-537-7828
  • Website:
Embodied Life Therapy Center

Embodied Life Therapy Center

  • Individual, Couples, Family, Art and Music Therapy, EMDR, Brainspotting, IFS, CBT, Somatic, KAP. Telehealth
  • Psychotherapy from a Neurodivergent, Trauma-informed, Queer Affirming Lens. At ELTC, we are skilled, compassionate clinicians, who are here to support you in cultivating a deeper understanding of yourself, explore patterns to help you find areas you may be stuck, and aid in your healing and growth. Our approach is first and foremost relationship-oriented and supportive. We understand that there is no change without a solid and stable foundation first. We center you: affirming your unique identities, experiences, and stories. We have the experience to help you achieve your goals, overcome these struggles, and live a more satisfying and meaningful life. We will work together to understand the root cause of difficulties, and address those issues with long-lasting strategies, helping you get closer to the life you’ve always wanted.
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  • Phone: (657) 845-0364
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Michelle Sandoval

Michelle Sandoval, LMFT (she/her)

  • Marriage and Family Therapist- LMFT 90117, California, USA
  • Services: Individual therapy for neurodivergent Teens (13-18), Individual Adult (18+), Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) listening therapy for nervous system regulation and health, parent consultation services for parents who are neurodivergent and/or who have a neurodivergent child under 18, and neurodivergent support groups where clients cozy game (Animal Crossing, Stardew Valley) while getting support from fellow neurodivergents and learn about mental health; All telehealth for those residing in California, USA
  • Michelle’s message: Michelle is a queer, Autistic therapy who serves neurodivergent folx both teens and adults. Three main pillars of Michelle’s work with her clients are: 1. Explore with clients the different systems and structures in their lives that impact their life as a neurodivergent person (e.g. ableism and/or other oppressive systems) and take an approach where the client is not always seen as the problem or someone that needs to be “fixed” 2. Focuses on the nervous system using education, somatic techniques and SSP to help with better nervous system regulation 3. Provides a safe, affirming and shame free environment for her clients to just be unapologetically themselves. Michelle has just recently added the Safe and Sound Protocol listening therapy to her practice. This therapy aims at helping regulate the nervous system, making things like executive functioning and connection with others more easily accessible. Interested in learning more? Michelle offers free 15 minute consultation calls to answer any questions and talk more about the tools used in therapy.
  • Practice: Bounce Mental Health
  • Phone: 408-389-4080
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Alessandra Rizzotti

Alessandra Rizzotti, LCSW (she/they)

  • LCSW 100466 in California
  • Services: Individual therapy for children-adults of various neurodiverse backgrounds (OCD, ADHD, autism) with training from NOCD in ERP, Autism Specialty from UCLA’s PEERS program, Evergreen Certifications, and UC Lend Practitioner Training Program, as well as ADHD Specialty Certification from Evergreen. Family, group, and teletherapy offered. CBT, EMDR, ERP, DBT-informed care.
  • Alessandra’s message: I aim to provide affordable care to neurodivergent children and families, using evidence-based practices including ERP (exposure response prevention), PEERS social skills model, CBT, and DBT-informed care.
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Jessica Hogan

Jessica Hogan, PsyD (she/her)

  • Licensed Psychologist in California
  • Services: Diagnostic Evaluations/Assessment for Autism, ADHD, Learning Disabilities, mood disorders, etc.
  • Jessica’s message: Our team is passionate about providing neurodiversity-affirming evaluations for all ages, which are conducted remotely via telehealth. We specialize in autism evaluations for women and high-masking individuals. We are private pay and provide flexible payment plan and sliding scale options.
  • Website:
  • IG: @neuronandrosepsych
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Erin Gish-Stiles

Erin Gish-Stiles, LCSW (She/They)

  • LCSW, California, #95320
  • Services: individual counseling via telehealth
  • Erin’s message: I’m a queer psychotherapist in California who is passionate about helping LGBTQIA+ folx, non-monogamous and kinky adults, and neurodivergent clients improve their self-esteem, process through trauma, and exist in a space that can be cultivated for further authenticity and self-love.
  • Phone: 661-390-9188
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Jon Fledzinskas

Jon Fledzinskas (he/him/his)

  • Licensed Clinical Psychologist in California (#33071)
  • Services: Individual, couples, and teletherapy for neurodivergent people,
    anxiety disorders, and geeks / gamers!
  • Jon’s message: My practice and the therapy I provide are neurodivergent-affirming, proactive, and collaborative. Though I primarily use principles from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, I aim to help clients through the lens of their lived experience and promote their well-being. I want to help people by assisting them in living lives they find enjoyable as their authentic selves. I also offer neuropsychological assessment that attempts to understand clients by assessing them from an inclusive, anti-ableist, and affirming standpoint.
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  • Phone: (323)772-5942
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Dr. Lauren Elder

Lauren Elder, PhD ABPP (she/hers)

  • Licensed in CA and OH
  • I offer in person in Cincinnati and Telehealth for Ohio and California. I offer individual therapy, parent coaching, dyadic therapy, play therapy, developmental therapy, CBT. I see all ages infants through adults. I also offer assessments for ADHD and autism.
  • I take a flexible, developmental and affirming approach to both therapy and assessments.
  • Website:
Danielle Aubin

Danielle Aubin, LCSW (She/Her/Hers)

  • Licensure: LCSW (CA Lic#87299) in California, LICSW (MN Lic#31754) in Minnesota, LCSW (AR Lic#12748-C) in Arkansas, and Telehealth LCSW (FL Reg#TPSW2631) in Florida
  • Services: Individual Psychotherapy, Parent Coaching
  • Danielle’s message: I am the founder of My Autistic Therapist which offers online autistic-centered psychotherapy, coaching, support groups and a monthly membership community for autistic adults. I am a licensed therapist who is Autistic (PDA), ADHD & queer with chronic medical issues (and I am a mother of neurodivergent children with chronic medical issues). My approach as a therapist is person-centered, warm, existential, and insightful. I have received specialized training in Perinatal Mental Health, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Jungian Therapy, Mindfulness, and Person-Centered Psychotherapy. Virtual Therapy is available for people residing in the states of California, Florida, Arkansas, and Minnesota. Please note that I am not in-network with any insurance carriers. Coaching, support groups, and the Late-Discovered Autistic Membership Community is available to autistic adults residing anywhere in the world.
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  • Phone: 415-706-4235
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Grace Malonai

Grace Malonai, PhD, LPCC, BC-TMH (she/her/hers)

  • Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) in California, USA
  • Services at TheraThrive:
    • Assessment, testing and evaluation focused on neurodivergent individuals
    • Individual therapy for all ages (children, teens, adults)
    • Family therapy
    • Parenting and/or co-parenting support
    • Relationship counseling
    • Group therapy, social groups, RPG groups, existential groups, parent groups
    • Minecraft server
    • Professional consultation
    • Workshops, trainings, and speaking engagements.
    • We provide services online (telemental health) and also in-office– San Francisco East Bay Area (Lafayette) and Los Angeles Area (Toluca Lake/Burbank).
  • Mission: We are a team of neurodivergent and neurodivergent affirming clinicians specializing in serving neurodivergent and LGBTQ+ people and their families. Our mission is to help our communities with the things that are truly important to thrive, in their own lives and in their relationships, to grow in self-understanding, to promote community awareness, and to make wellness a down to earth practice. We strive to provide top notch care, with transparency, honesty and skill, such that neurodivergent people are understood, supported and can thrive. Our values of equity and inclusion are woven into the work we do, how we carry ourselves, and how we show up in our communities. We welcome clients from all backgrounds, sexual orientations, gender expressions, sexual practices, and relationship structures, and we believe in being actively anti racist, anti homophobic, anti transphobic, anti sexist, and anti xenophobic in our practice.
  • Website:
  • SF East Bay Area Office Address: 986 Moraga Road, Lafayette, CA 94549
  • LA Area Office Address: 4001 W. Alameda Avenue, Suite #205, Burbank, CA 91505
  • Email:
  • Phone: 925-954-6229, 818-337-7088
  • IG: @therathrive_counseling
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  • Twitter: @TheraThriveCo
Hila Dean

Hila Dean, AMFT (they/she/fae)

  • Licensure: Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, CA AMFT137857
  • Supervised by Elysha Martinez, MA. LMFT #93493 at Axis Mundi Center for Mental Health
  • Services: Individuals, families, dyads, group, telehealth, private pay
  • Specializes in: Autistics; ADHD-ers; neurodivergent identity affirming support; psychedelic preparation, navigation skills, integration; non-normative relationships and families; outlaw lifestyles; and autistic people who use drugs.
  • Hila’s message: I am inclined toward and identify with the renegade and Bodhisattva. I am autistic, queer, white, femme-presenting, and I have been a student of meditation and yoga asana since 2002. I work and live in partnership with transpersonal, anti-oppression, and harm reduction lenses. Subversivity is my spiritual practice.
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Jessee Lovegood (ey/they pronouns)

  • Licensure: AMFT #121883, California. Supervised by Dr. Sheila Addison, California LMFT #49616.
  • Services: I offer individual sessions to youth and adults ages 12+ as well as group therapy for queer/trans disabled/chronically ill adults and neuroqueer transition aged youth, ages ~15-25. My practice is fully virtual/teletherapy.
  • Jessee’s message: I work relationally, which for me means that I connect with my clients with empathy and compassion, and quite a bit of humor, because the healing happens in relationship. I enjoy sharing the knowledge that I have gained about trauma, neuroscience, neurodiversity, and chronic illness and how that impacts our bodyminds. Yet I find that many of my clients’ therapeutic epiphanies come about when I am reflecting their experiences back to them and helping them to connect the dots to form a more holistic view of themselves. I love working with people who are wanting to look inward and untangle the web of their life.
  • My work is also founded in affirming and liberatory principles for all of the populations that I specialize in: neurodivergent, queer, trans, disabled/chronically ill, and polyamorous.
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  • Phone: 510-214-2804
  • Website: and
  • IG: @lovegoodtherapy
  • Twitter: @jnlovegood
Michelle Scott

Michelle Scott, LMFT (she/her)

  • Licensure: LMFT in California# 102873 and Telehealth through Florida
  • Services: I offer individual adult telehealth services.
  • Individual Therapy Online for Late Diagnosed or Questioning Autistic and ADHD Women, Femme Presenting and Non-Binary Individuals in California and Florida. As an autistic therapist I believe that together we can figure out how to work with your system instead of against it to get you to where you want to be. I help you plan a road trip to the destination of your choice.
  • Phone: 661-779-0514
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  • Instagram: MichelleScottTherapy
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Michael Nutt

Michael Nutt, PsyD (He/Him)

  • Licensed Psychologist in California and Minnesota
  • Services: Neurodiversity-affirming therapy for children, adolescents, and adults; Diagnostic Evaluations/Assessment for Autism, ADHD, Learning Disabilities, mood disorders, etc with focus on both children and adults. Michael is especially interested in assessing and supporting high masking individuals.
  • Michael’s Message: Using a trauma-informed, culturally sensitive, and neurodiversity-affirming affirming approach, I aim to provide quality mental health and evaluation services to children, adolescents, adults and families from racial and ethnic minorities and communities impacted by social and economic marginalization. Private pay with flexible payment plan and sliding scale options available.
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  • IG: @neuronandrosepsych
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Best Self Psych

Best Self Psych

  • Therapists: Pam Shaffer (she/her), Savannah Fine (she/her), Jay LittleJohn (she/her/they/them), Michal Rogers (she/her), Rae Gross (she/her), Allyson Byers (she/her), Rachelle Ramos (they/them), David Rose (he/him), and Krista Frank (she/her).
    • Pam Shaffer LMFT #91321 is the practice owner and primary supervisor at Best Self Psych. We are a collective of licensed and pre-licensed MFTs and social workers in the state of California.
  • Services: We provide individual, relational, and family therapy sessions via teletherapy.
  • Best Self Psych is a group of ENM, kink, and LGBTQ+ affirmative licensed and associate therapists in California and we help people who are experiencing difficulty in their relationships and professional lives. Founded by Pam Shaffer LMFT, we provide the best therapy services possible for you. Our team provides therapy for a range of issues including depression, anxiety, C-PTSD, career and life transitions, ADHD, neurodivergence, intimacy, relationship difficulties, chronic pain, and more.
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  • Phone (text is best): (323) 301-3129
  • Insta: @bestselfpsych
Total Spectrum Counseling

Total Spectrum Counseling

  • Licensure: California
  • Services: Individuals, Family, Children, Teens, teletherapy
  • Payment: Private Pay
  • Total Spectrum’s message: Neurodivergent people connect differently, our brains come alive in different contexts, we move differently, and we pay attention to different things. And these differences, when not honored by those around us, create wells of anxiety and shame that can cause us to get stuck. Instead of traditional therapy, we will tap into your built-in potential to cope, connect, and thrive, and help you develop tools that work for you. We are culturally sensitive, LGBTQ+ affirming, and sex-positive.
  • Telephone: 805.222.6477
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Lindsey Cavin

Lindsey Cavin (she/her)

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in California (#105530)
  • Services: Individual teletherapy for Teens and Adults
  • Lindsey’s message: As a neurodivergent affirming therapist, I work from a strengths-based perspective and celebrate the characteristics that make you uniquely you. I provide an integrative approach incorporating CBT, Solutions Focused, and ACT interventions. Being neurodivergent myself, I empathize with the struggles of living in a neurotypical world and want to support you along your self-chosen journey. Whether your diagnosis came in childhood, adulthood, or is self-diagnosed, we will work to appreciate your authentic and unmasked self. My specialties include ADHD, Learning Differences, Neurodiversity, Anxiety, Depression, Substance Abuse, Addiction, Relationships, Codependency, and Life Transitions. I also highly value providing an affirming approach for the non-monogamous, alternative lifestyle, and LGBTQ+ communities.
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Mia Turner

Mia Turner, MA, LMFT, RYT, ASDCS (she/her)

  • Licensure: California- Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Registered Yoga Instructor, Autism Clinical Specialist
  • Services: Individual Therapy (Teletherapy/Virtual only for CA residents)
  • Pay & Insurance: Private Pay, Aetna, Oscar Health, Oxford, UnitedHealthcare UHC | UBH, Out of Network, Inclusive Therapists Fund, and Loveland Foundation
  • Specialty: Culturally affirming, Neurodivergent-affirming, and social justice-aligned offerings of healing for adults, transition aged youth (TAY 18-25), and youth who identify as multi-cultural/ethnic/racial/mixed race, BI&POC, neurodivergent, Autistic, AUDHD, ADHD, disabled, quirky, creative, LGBTQIA2S+, and/or from traditionally marginalized communities.
  • Values & Why: Due to systemic oppression, residuals of ancestral/generational trauma, & communities being under and inappropriately served, I intentionally offer services through an integrative, individualized, multicultural, Afro-centric, Neurodiversity-affirming, Gender-affirming, Social justice aligned, and Culturally-affirming lens to folks who might feel more comfortable working with a therapist who has similar cultural and lived experiences.
  • Mia’s message: In both my practice and lived experience, I acknowledge that people from various racial, geographic, linguistic, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds have different lived experiences, unique cultural strengths, and resiliency factors, in addition to facing varying types of adversity, discrimination and prejudice, particularly when it comes to historical and current systemic oppression, dimensions of power and privilege, and access to appropriate and respectful medical and mental health care, education, housing, resources, and assistance. I am mindful in my efforts to not diminish individual experiences and intersections of identities, and to not perpetuate the historical minimization of the voices of those who need and deserve to be heard.
    • In keeping these culturally and intersectionally- inclusive practices in mind I offer a path towards hope by providing a space for healing, validation, empowerment, and peace. I am intentional in meeting you where you are in your path and process towards progress in creating the life you deserve. I integrate expressive and cultural practices, including use of various art medium, modes of story-telling, and humor to help you process experiences and find restorative peace and joy.
  • Approach: My approach is culturally-affirming, Neuro-affirming, relational, collaborative, social-justice aligned, and rooted in “keeping it real.” I draw on an eclectic collaboration of EMDR, Psychodynamic, Narrative, Mindfulness and Somatic practice, Yoga, Parts / Internal Family Systems (IFS), Expressive Arts, Existential, Humanistic, Harm Reduction, Family Systems, and Attachment and Relationship based theoretical orientations.
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Shona Maher

Shona Orfirer Maher, OTD, OTR/L (she/her)

  • Licensure: Licensed occupational therapist #21971 in California
  • Services: Individual neurodiversity-affirming occupational therapy for self and late-diagnosed autistic adults via teletherapy. Individualized one-on-one sessions address activities of daily life, quality of life, social relationships, mental health difficulties, navigating systems/institutions, and sensory processing differences.
  • My mission: I am dedicated to providing holistic and individualized services to address the everyday needs of late and self-diagnosed autistic adults. As an occupational therapy practitioner, I am committed to working one-on-one to assist clients in participating more fully and more satisfactorily in the activities that make up their life. As an autistic adult, I provide shared experience living in the world as a late-diagnosed autistic person, empathy and first-person understanding (I just get it!), I celebrate your strengths and do not try to change who you are, and accept ALL aspects of autistic identity (no masking required!).
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Liz Caine

Liz A. Caine, Ph.D. (they/them)

  • California Licensed Psychologist (USA)
  • Services: Individual and couples therapy for adults via telehealth in California, specializing in gifted people, ADHD, neurodivergence, autism, trans and non-binary folks, cancer patients, and death anxiety. My work is trauma-informed, and couple’s therapy focuses on queer couples—Kink and poly-friendly.
  • Liz’s message: Life can feel overwhelming; we can feel stuck and unsure how to move forward. Working together, I will help you slow down and pay attention to what is happening inside with gentleness and curiosity to help you find answers from your inner wisdom. Doing so will help you access your most profound sense of empowerment and make choices to have a more meaningful, spacious, and joyful life.
    • When we face major life transitions, we often experience anxiety, sadness, and confusion. Together, we can sort through what you are facing to gain clarity and relief so you can move forward with enhanced wisdom and self-compassion. If you have a chronic or terminal illness such as cancer, grief from the loss of a loved one, a relationship, or a job, talking can help.
    • My work is trauma-informed, transpersonal, and social justice-oriented (anti-oppressive). I can help you feel more grounded, empowered, authentic, and joyful.
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  • Phone: (707) 387-4125
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Melle Browning

Melle Browning (he/him)

  • Licensure: LMFT in CA #115804 and Vermont
  • Services: Individual psychotherapy, couples therapy, groups, clinical consultation and training
  • Melle’s message: Providing LGBTQIA+, gender expansive affirming, and neurodivergent affirming services to adults and adolescents. Focus is on life transitions, career transition and burnout support, anxiety, trauma, and identity exploration with an anti-oppression lens. I tend to be a good match for medical, mental health, tech and entertainment professionals and college students as well as anyone exploring their LGBTQIA+ and/or ND identity (identities). As my practice supports a lot of trans/gender expansive folx and ADHDers and autistic folx, I also have experience supporting folx navigating life with chronic health/pain issues and OCD. I bring my authentic self as a queer, trans, neurodivergent person, working with a collaborative and engaging style.
  • Phone: 707.200.4968
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  • IG: @mellebrowningtherapy
Melanie Chitwood

Melanie Chitwood, MA, MBPsS, LMHC, LPCC (she/her)

  • Providing Therapy for Persons in California (License Number 11761), Florida (Registration Number TPMC1642), Texas (License Number 94786) and Washington State (License Number LH60902006)
  • Services: Individuals & Couples; Adults; Teletherapy & In-person Sessions
  • Insurance: To protect your privacy and ensure your choice and self-agency while making therapy accessible, I accept Out-of-Network Insurance Coverage. Realizing not everyone has access to Out-of-Network insurance benefits, I offer reduced-fee spots through a psychotherapy collective called Open Path Collective. Open Path is a nationwide group of therapists who offer significantly reduced fee sessions between $40 – $70 for individual therapy sessions. If you’re interested in one of my reduced-fee spaces, visit my profile on the Open Path website. These reduced-fee spaces are very popular and often full, however, when a space is available it will show on Open Path. No matter your financial situation or insurance coverage, I hope you are able to find a therapist that is ideal for you.
  • Forms of Payment Accepted: Cash, Check, Online banking payments
  • Melanie’s message: I am passionate about providing services to individuals who have been diagnosed with or self-identify on the Neuro-diverse (ND) spectrum. This could be dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, ADHD, and ASD (formely referred to as Asperger’s, high-functioning autism). I, myself, was diagnosed with dyspraxia as an adult and in the post-diagnostic period of processing, I was able to have a profound shift in my oreintation to the world – now seeing neurodiverse qualities in myself as well as in others. I see people doing things “differently” all the time, and I want to both support them and empower them to to have choice in how they interface with the neurotypical world. Across the last 15 years,
    • I have provided counseling and psychotherapy to individuals diagnosied with neurodiverse conditions, those self-identifying, those exhibiting symptoms of ND, and partners of those with symptoms of ND. To know more, please visit my Neurodiversity page on my webstie:
    • I have been connected to and passionate about the fields of psychology, counseling, and mental health throughout my life – and – across four different countries including both the East and West Coasts of the United States. I am invested in providing people the experience to have another see them, accept them as they are, and to work alongside them to get to where they’d like to be.
  • Website: You can reach me using the contact form on my webstie:
  • California Contact Number: 424-348-4677
  • Florida and Washington state Contact Number: 206-462-5694
Anaïs Wong

Anaïs Wong, Psy.D. (She/her)

  • Services: Psychological testing/assessment and individual psychotherapy
  • Payment options: Private pay and sliding scale/payment plan/superbill options
  • Anaïs’ message: Being neurodivergent is my primary identity. I started specializing in neurodivergence as soon as I realized there were many others who, like me, have struggled to understand who they are and be accepted in a neurotypical society. As a woman of color who grew up in Africa, I also deeply care about offering a space where women, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+/queer, and other oppressed peoples can feel safe and feel seen. My work is always firmly nestled in viewing every person as unique with their own cultural identity, family history of migration or displacement, and ways that they may experience socio-economic injustice. Through a therapeutic and collaborative assessment model, I offer testing that is meant to witness your personal story, help you make sense of your experiences, and send you on your way to heal and to grow into a fuller version of yourself, with greater self-understanding and self-love.
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  • Phone: 805-285-2307
Suzie Rudloff

Suzie Rudloff, LMFT (They/them/theirs)

  • Licensure: LMFT (113635) (5104736043)
  • Services: Individual and couples/groups
  • Payment accepted: Private pay
  • Suzie’s message: I’m a nonbinary queer neurodivergent psychotherapist in the Bay Area who is neurodivergent aware and knowledgeable, trauma informed (provide EMDR), chronic illness knowledgeable and works on exploring gender.
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Caitlin Skorupski

Caitlin Skorupski, AMFT (She/Her)

Marcel Parker

Marcel Parker, LMFT (they/them)

  • Licensure: Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist 137765 in California
  • Services: Individual therapy for teens and adults throughout California via Telehealth; Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy sessions in Sebastopol, CA
  • Payment accepted: Private pay, sliding scale, superbills upon request
  • Marcel’s message: As a neurodivergent, white, queer, and trans/nonbinary therapist, I approach therapy through a depathologizing lens. I honor all the brilliant, resourceful ways you have survived, thrived, and struggled in life. I look forward to working together with you to make life more livable and accompanying you on this journey of liberation!
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  • Phone: 650-549-5472
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Alyssa Brooks-Dowty

Alyssa Brooks-Dowty, AMFT (She/her)

  • Licensure: Associate Marriage and Family Therapist 107017 in CA
  • Services: Psychotherapy, strengths-based, humanist, Sensorimotor, EMDR
  • Payment accepted: Private pay
  • Alyssa’s message: I’m an autistic therapist with a totally neurodivergent family. I’m passionate about attachment and trauma, including religious trauma. I love helping neurodivergent clients heal and create a life that is accessible to them, rather than trying to cram themselves into a life that doesn’t fit.
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  • Phone: 916-458-5970
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Noa Hamiel, LMFT (they/them)

  • Licensure: LMFT 92619 in CA. License listed under my full name, Genoa Hamiel.
  • Services: Individual adult psychotherapy, ADHD coaching, coaching.
  • Payment accepted: Private pay, take credit cards, provide superbill (for therapy clients).
  • Noa’s message: Noa is a White, genderqueer, AFAB, agnostic, fat, AuDHD-er therapist from a mixed class background. They have expertise in supporting folks make change from the ground up via an experiential therapy called AEDP as well as therapeutically-informed coaching. They use humor, warmth, and encouragement as folks reckon with the old and grow the new, nurturing their clients’ increased freedom of choice and sensitivity to their unique sensory and relational needs. Mixing left and right brain learning, Noa aims to support their clients in integrating old pains and new understanding that then ripples outward into clients’ lives.
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  • Phone: 4156979283
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Amara Brook

Amara Brook, PhD, ABPP (they/them)

  • Licensure: Licensed Psychologist in California (PSY #27165), Colorado (PSY #5551), and Florida (TPPY #363)
  • Services: Neurodiversity-affirming autism and ADHD assessment, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT; skills groups and individual therapy), consultation, training.
  • Payment accepted: Private pay, Lyra Health
  • Amara’s message: I am a neurodivergent clinical psychologist with a private practice serving people in California, Colorado, and Florida. My passion is helping people understand themselves through Psychological Assessment and reach their goals using Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) tailored to be optimally effective for their neurotype.
  • Business name: Flow Neurodiversity-Affirming Psychological Services
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  • Phone: 4083968826
Dr. Jaime Long

Dr. Jaime Long (she/her/hers)

  • Licensure: Licensed Psychologist (071.010387) in Illinois, California, and PSYPACT States
  • Services: neurodiversity-affirming psychological testing for autism, ADHD, and other mental health questions
  • Payment accepted: (insurance, private pay, etc.), including any financially accessible options (sliding scale, pro bono, superbills, etc.) Private pay, can provide super bills for out of network benefits
  • Dr. Long’s message: Dr. Long specializes in adult and teen evaluations for high-masking individuals.
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  • Phone: 847-558-7321
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Linnea Butler, LMFT

  • Licensure: LMFT (83313) in CA
  • Services: Trauma, PTSD, Complex PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar, BPD, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy, Unmasking Neurodivergence Group.
  • Payment accepted: We accept all major credit cards, HSA and Debit cards. Private Pay with superbill.
  • Linnea’s message: A vision of bringing together outstanding and passionate therapists to help people who have been through an extreme experience such as childhood trauma leading to PTSD and Complex PTSD, or debilitating depression or anxiety, to calm their intense emotions and build a life worth living well.
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  • Phone: 1-408-508-3611
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Deann Acton, LMFT (They/She)

  • Licensure: LMFT in California (CA 41640), Texas (TX 202352), and Florida (TPMF267)
  • Services: I offer individual, couples, and family therapy. I have run groups in the past and may offer them again in the future. Because I am only seeing clients through telehealth, I am only seeing adolescents and adults. I am also a board certified art therapist and have completed level one EMDR training.
  • Payment accepted: I do not accept any forms of insurance, but can provide a super bill for those clients who have out of network benefits. I also reserve a portion of my caseload for sliding scale clients.
  • Deann’s message: I believe strongly in providing for my neurodivergent clients a place to talk openly about the conflicts and issues in their lives, learn how to show up more as their authentic self, assist with executive skill challenges, while at the same time affirming their strengths.
  • Email:
  • Phone: 512-221-3685
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Ashley Elefant Baratz

Ashley Elefant Baratz, PhD (She/her)

  • Licensure: California Psychologist (PSY32498) in California
  • Services: Assessment and therapy services
  • Payment accepted: Private pay, but always willing to provide a superbill.
  • Ashley’s message: I offer comprehensive neuro-diversity affirming supports for Autistic individuals and ADHDers! This includes assessment, individual therapy, and couples / family therapy. Therapy includes a combination of executive functioning skills training, neurodiversity affirming DBT skills training, and Gottman couples work.
  • Email:
  • Phone: (925) 247 – 8191
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Lianna Gliksman

Lianna Gliksman, LCSW (She/her)

  • Licensure: LCSW (113836) in CA
  • Services: Providing mental health telehealth services to adolescents and adults throughout California
  • Payment accepted: Private pay, provide superbills
  • Lianna’s message: As a neurodivergent trauma-informed therapist, my approach is rooted in the belief that we all have a unique way of experiencing the world. It’s not about changing who you are, it’s figuring out what works for you. Together let’s untangle your thoughts, explore your emotions, and deepen your understanding of your sensory systems to help you find some comfort in a world that can feel incredibly uncomfortable.
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  • Phone: 323-545-0773
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Ali Arena

Ali Arena, SLP (she/her)

  • Licensure: Speech Language Pathologist (14039162) in NJ, CA, CO
  • Services: ADHD coaching, Neurodiverse Couples Counseling, Neurodiversity Affirming Speech Therapy
  • Payment accepted: Private pay and provide super bills
  • Ali’s message: I am an educational psychologist, speech-language pathologist, board-certified behavior analyst, neurodiverse couples counselor, and a proud ADHDer. I am passionate about social cognition, language processing, executive functioning, and creating meaningful friendships & relationships. I am an interpersonal detective who searches for patterns to increase connection either in romantic relationships, friendships, or parent-child dynamics.
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  • Phone: 610-306-7979
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Michele Koenes, LCSW (she/her)

  • Licensure: LCSW (6801065517) in Michigan, LCSW in California (118004) and Florida (TPSW3367)
  • Services: Individual Psychotherapy for Adults
  • Payment accepted: Insurance, Private Pay, Sliding Scale, Superbills.
  • Michele’s message: Do you feel anxious & stressed? Overwhelmed by daily life? Have you ever thought-is this all there is? When you are feeling stuck, it can be hard to isolate what is causing it. You want to feel relief – you want to feel happy. Together we can focus in on the cause and collaborate to find solutions that will work for you. I am here to accompany you on your journey; to provide education, tools, and support to make life’s challenges a little less challenging. I don’t just sit back, I am actively involved in your growth, your success. My focus is to provide you with relief as quickly as possible. Individualized intervention that works!
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  • Phone: 6165284234
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Megan Shaughnessy-Mogill, LCSW (She/Her)

  • Licensure: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (89416) in CA
  • Services: Individual Psychotherapy with adults
  • Payment accepted: Private pay, super bills, sliding scale when available
  • Megan’s message: I am a white, Ashkenazi Jewish, anti-Zionist, queer woman practicing politicized therapy on unceded Lisjan (Ohlone) land, also known as Oakland, California. I come to this practice from my own experience of healing through relationship and my deep belief in our capacity, as humans, to heal and transform ourselves and the collective conditions in the world. I am continuously moved to witness and accompany others in their transformative process. I primarily work with survivors of trauma, LGBTQI community, neurodivergent community, social justice activists, artists, and outsiders with attention to the relationship between interpersonal and systemic forms of oppression and trauma. My training and practice are rooted in relational psychodynamic and politicized somatic lineages. I completed my graduate training in psychodynamic clinical social work at Smith College School for Social Work in 2015 and have been training in body-based methodologies with the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute and generative somatics since 2011.
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  • Phone: (510) 473-7861
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Olivia Belknap

Olivia Belknap, AMFT (she/her)

  • Licensure: Associate MFT (AMFT145716) in California
  • Services: Individual or relationship therapy. I work with children/teens and adults.
  • Payment accepted: I don’t take insurance, but I provide superbills and sliding scale spots.
  • Olivia’s message: As a late identified Neurodivergent individual, I understand the struggle of trying to fit into a world that wasn’t built for those who differ from the norm. I can help support you in identifying your values, finding meaning in your life, and building connections with people and communities that understand. Recognizing your Neurodivergence can be incredibly validating, but can also come with feelings of grief or confusion. I use a strengths-based approach to help build a life that works for you, on your terms.
  • Phone: 619-752-0450
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R. B/T Craig

R. B/T Craig, LPCC (they/them)

  • Licensure: Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC 4505) in California, USA
  • Services: Individual therapy, expressive arts groups, neurodivergent burnout recovery coaching and community
  • Payment accepted: Private pay, sliding scale, weekly or biweekly scheduling, superbills through Advekit, group and community membership
  • B/T’s message: I’m queer, genderqueer, and autistic. Though I have training in multiple trauma-focused approaches, I see myself as a peer with information to share. I particularly enjoy supporting people with using creative expression to support neurodivergent / autistic burnout recovery and prevention.
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  • Phone: 707-244-1938
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Caitlin Loyd, OT (She/Her)

  • Licensure: Occupational Therapy (12807) in California
  • Services: In-person and virtual Occupational Therapy for children 0-12.
  • Payment accepted: Private Pay, sliding scale, superbills
  • Caitlin’s message: The Learning Owl offers a safe therapeutic space using a child-centered therapy model that celebrates and builds on your child’s interests and motivations to help support their participation, enjoyment, and skill development within all areas of life and learning.
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  • Phone: 916-699-0375
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Dale L Bolger, ASW, LLMSW (they/them/their)

  • Licensure: ASW 116812 in California and LLMSW 6851116729 in Michigan LGSW 33165 in Minnesota
  • Payment accepted: I work with most insurance companies. I also offer discounted and sliding scale rates for the uninsured and underinsured. Feel free to reach out with any questions to either myself or the clinic at (734) 346-6430
  • Dale’s message: As an openly polyamorous-queer-gender nonconforming person, I’ve spent most of my life experiencing microaggressions & unlearning the cisnormative & hetronormative messages that constantly tell us we are defective, broken, or unwanted. They are wrong! We are fabulous, vibrant & deserving, of all the gifts the world has to offer. I became a therapist to share what I’ve learned, bring healing, & advocate for queer/trans youth, young adults & their families while working for social justice & full inclusion into society. Our work will be in a safe, affirming space so we can collaborate to create & implement a road map to your recovery.My goal is to help you HEAL – by working holistically to cultivate a peaceful, contented life. Discover your authentic self while strengthening & developing your support systems, utilizing gender/sexuality-affirming therapy, trauma-informed interventions, somatic experiencing, narrative, Internal Family Systems (informed) & solution-focused therapies.
    Are you struggling with your relationships, sexual orientation, gender identity, cultural identity, guilt, shame, anxiety, panic symptoms, trauma, unresolved abuse, self-hate, suicidal thoughts, hopelessness, grief and loss, chronic pain, or autoimmune disorders?

    • Dale Bolger received their Master’s in Social Work from Simmons University with a focus on gender and sexual minorities, young adults and their families and a certificate in Groups and Families. Dale has identified as bisexual/pansexual since middle school and legally changed their gender giving them a unique perspective and common ground with many LGBTQIA2S+ patients. Dale has been involved in community counseling, radical social justice for historically excluded communities and the environment. They have worked with gender and sexual minorities since the ‘80s AIDS epidemic. Dale also has experience working with mental illness, neurodivergency, homelessness, and addiction. Dale, utilizes a combination of evidence based interventions including Internal Family Systems, Narrative, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Solution Focused therapies to provide trauma-informed gender and sexual minority affirming therapy. When not working on issues of social justice, or with transitional aged youth and their families, Dale can be found spending time with their spouse, grown children, dog, 4 cats, 7 turtles or just enjoying nature in the garden.
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  • Phone: 760-486-2243
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Melanie Hayes

Melanie Hayes, LMFT (she/her)

  • Licensure: LMFT (134466) in California
  • Services: Individual, Partnership (including Polyamory), and Family Therapy specializing in Neurodivergent clients.
  • Payment accepted: I use TheraNest as my therapy platform so payments are made by credit card. I offer a sliding scale based on need.
  • Melanie’s message: My practice is based on activism for our neurodivergent community. My goal is to help you navigate life in a way that accentuates your strengths and accommodates your challenges so that you can: Connect with others – Be your authentic self — Manage stressors – Create a meaningful life.
  • Phone: 925-915-4466
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Dr. Kimberlee DeRushia

Dr. Kimberlee DeRushia (she/her)

  • Licensure: Clinical Psychologist (PSY24992) in California
  • Services: Individual, relationship, and group therapy
  • Payment accepted:
  • Dr. Kimberlee DeRushia’s message: I am a neurodivergent, pansexual psychologist who provides affirming care for neurodivergent and queer populations. I specialize in working with anxiety, trauma and attachment wounds, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism. I have extensive experience working with mood disorders, gender identity, grief and loss, high-achieving perfectionism, identity concerns, imposter syndrome, personality disorders, parenting, relationships (including consensual/ethical non-monogamy), sexuality, and systemic oppression.
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Ben Savelli

Ben Savelli, ASW (He/Him/His)

  • Licensure: Associate Clinical Social Worker (ASW#120456) supervised by Stacey Stahl, LCSW (CA #26636) in California
  • Services: Individual therapy for children, teens, adults, and elders via Telehealth and in-person in Truckee, California
  • Payment accepted: I am in-network with most insurance companies including Anthem, Medicare, Aetna, Cigna, Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Prominence, and Anthem Med-cal. I also accept cash-pay.
  • Ben’s message: It can be so exhausting going through life masking and camouflaging important parts of ourselves to fit into society. I operate from an affirming lens and believe that neurodivergence comes with unique gifts and strengths that should be celebrated. I was diagnosed with autism in my late 30s and had the privilege of working with an openly autistic mental health professional who helped me begin to accept my authentic self. I feel extremely honored to have the opportunity to pay this forward and help other neurodivergent individuals walk the path toward being their most authentic selves.
  • Phone: (530) 389-0788
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Theresa Goldstein, LPCC (she/her/they/them)

  • Licensure: LPCC (16413) in Hermosa Beach, California
  • Services: I offer therapy for individuals of all ages, dyadic sessions for parents and children/teens, as well as family therapy. I specialize in Expressive Arts therapy, and also provide ERP, ICBT, ACT, and focus on parts work.
  • Payment accepted: I am an OON provider, however do offer a monthly superbill. I hold a few sliding scale spots for clients who cannot afford the full fee of therapy. For those who pay full fee, it makes a sliding scale spot possible for others in need.
  • Theresa’s message: Hi, my name is Terry, I am an LPCC in California. I see clients in-person in Hermosa Beach and online throughout California. I work with teens, adults, and children. I offer parent coaching for anxiety, increasing parental empathy, mindful parenting, and PDA. I work with many adults with a late diagnosis of autism, and help clients through autistic burnout. I specialize in Expressive arts therapy for clients who are highly sensitive, creative, and experience anxiety, trauma, depression, and hope to work with an empathic and person-centered strengths-based therapist.
  • Phone: 818-806-8767
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Jennifer Leupp, LCSW

  • Licensure: LCSW (99988) in CA, Telehealth Registration (TPSW3018) in FL, and Telehealth Registration (156.0134229TELE) in VT
  • Services: EMDR Therapy, IFS informed Therapy, Mindfulness, Individual Therapy for adults
  • Payment accepted: Insurance accepted in CA and FL includes Aetna (Meritain, Nippon, Allied Benefit Systems), UnitedHealthcare (UnitedHealthcare Shared Services/UHSS, GEHA – UnitedHealthcare Shared Services/UHSS, UnitedHealthcare Global, UnitedHealthCare Exchange Plans/ONEX, UHC Student Resources, All Savers/UHC), UMR, Oscar, BCBSMA, Cigna, and Optum (Harvard Pilgrim, Health Plans Inc, Surest)
  • Jennifer’s message: Hi! I’m a neurodivergent therapist specializing in Trauma, People Pleasing, & Substance Misuse. I am EMDR certified and IFS informed. I am also a yoga instructor and the author of the Sobriety Workbook for Women. I look forward to connecting with you!
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