Offers Individual, Couples, Group, and Telehealth services
Ashley’s message: “You matter! Life can be challenging, Spruce Creek Counseling is here so that you do not have to navigate those challenges alone. I specialize in trauma treatment and have experience working with all age groups but prefer adolescence through mature adulthood. Spruce Creek Counseling’s motto is “helping to heal and restore your life” because often after traumatic experiences it can feel as though life may never be the same. My goal as your therapist is to help you process through those traumas and release any of the emotional energy from those experiences that might be stuck.”
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.
Individual, Groups, Family (on behalf of primary client for collaboration and intervention purposes, not on-going family therapy), and Telehealth (including voice only)
Phoenix’s message: “I offer high quality, high impact therapy designed specifically for neurodivergent folks. I can help you move from feeling stuck, traumatized, and misunderstood to feeling safe, seen, and living your full expression. I support my clients with an innovative, holistic approach that offers effective treatment fast. Nervous system activation and becoming stuck in fight/flight/freeze is the core problem of those who suffer from anxiety, overstimulation, meltdowns, depression and unresolved trauma. Instead of spending years “talking it out,” I work with you to resolve the root cause of your suffering through nervous system recovery, building coping skills/strategies, lifestyle changes (such as diet, exercise, and sleep habits), and spiritual connection. Feel better soon, not years from now. I am on a mission to serve the communities I represent and have a deep connection with. I personally identify as neurodivergent (Highly Sensitive Person with autistic and ADHD traits), white/Latinx, pansexual, demisexual, genderqueer, an empath, and am polyamorous. I am passionate about working with these populations and helping them to feel seen, understood, and validated.”
Services: Individual, adults, teletherapy only at this time
Tatjana Long is a neurodivergent therapist that obtained a dual master’s degree in Art Therapy and Mental Health Counseling at Southwestern College in Santa Fe, NM. She graduated St. Edward’s University with a B.A. in Fine Arts and a Minor in Psychology in 2017. She specializes in helping individuals with ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, Depression, Grief and Loss, Substance Use Disorders, and process through past traumas. By remaining open to her clients’ lived experiences she helps her clients to improve their life skills, identifying old patterns in their lives that are no longer serving them, aids in exploring their attachment to their caregivers by utilizing motivational interviewing and person centered approaches. Tatjana is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor who is currently accepting Telehealth clients in Colorado. She will take on ADHD coaching clients out of state as well.
Mandy’s message: Are you tired of therapists who give you useless advice like “have you tried writing it down in a planner?” As a person with ADHD, I’ve heard that a million times and it’s never once worked for me. My goal is to give folks with ADHD and autism skills and methods that work for your unique brain, not the same tired advice you’ve heard before. I combine evidence-based approaches like Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy with problem solving skills tailored to your specific needs, so we can identify and deal with the things that are getting in the way of living your best life. I work with adolescents and adults with ADHD and/or who are autistic (or suspect they may fall into one of those groups). I work with folks who want to increase success and decrease shame in their lives. Many of my clients want help with anxiety, executive function challenges, emotion regulation, rejection sensitive dysphoria, or social skills. I am a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, experienced working with trans and nonbinary folks, and am kink- and polyamory- affirming. Please visit my website for more details on how I work with specific neurodivergencies and more information on my approach! (On my website, I have a fill-in-the-blank contact sheet that makes reaching out really easy, too).
Services: individual and couples/sex counseling counseling
Ashley’s message: I work with adults individually or in a couples setting to assist them in creating the life they want to have, working with their neurodiversity instead of against it. I specialize in sex therapy and feel strongly that everyone, regardless of neurotype, deserves their ideal sex life.
Services: Individual and group therapy and coaching for adults and adolescents offered in person and telehealth
Amanda’s message: Are there times you feel like everyone else has it together, but you are still trying to figure it out? Does your heart break when you or your children face repeated rejection and added challenges because of something you can’t control? Neurodivergence and/or disability can make us feel like outsiders. The constant stress of being different takes a toll on our mental health. Copper Well Counseling focuses on providing neurodivergent-affirming therapy, trauma therapy and financial therapy. Many neurodivergent and disabled people have suffered trauma due to being misunderstood and mistreated. We are left with subconscious or internalized ideas about our worth and our potential. Trauma therapy can address and eradicate these unhelpful thoughts. I practice a form of trauma therapy called EMDR which is great for neurodiversity because it addresses the whole brain instead of just the “talking parts” of the brain. Financial therapy can be helpful in addressing money stress. This arises for neurodivergent people because there are often complicating factors around spending, saving, impulsivity, and planning for the future. I am neurodivergent, and I have neurodivergent and disabled kids. I know the experience of not fitting in and the agony of watching your kids struggle in a world that doesn’t accept them. I am here to help you work with the challenges of being different, heal from the pain of rejection, and embrace the power of neurodiversity.
I offer individual, family, in-person, and telehealth. I accept Aetna, BCBS, and Cigna insurance.
Lila’s message: As a neurodivergent person, moving through a world built for neurotypical people can be an overwhelming and disempowering experience. When social pressure or trauma leads you to mask who you really are, it can lead to depression, anxiety, stress, and/or a sense of not inhabiting or controlling your own body. Sometimes, the more you try to fit in, the more alienated you become from yourself and those around you. As a highly sensitive autistic woman, I am passionate about supporting the strengths of neurodivergent girls/women with intersecting identities by providing a safe haven to unmask and live more authentically. We collaborate to develop tools to compassionately and courageously navigate the world. Our work together is informed by my contemplative and mindfulness-based training and an intersectional anti-oppression lens. I am deeply committed to building a non-judgemental, curious, and compassionate space to allow your inherent wisdom to shine through. My therapy is neurodivergent-affirming, LGBTQ+ and trans-affirming, kink-affirming, polyamory-affirming, anti-ableist, anti-racist, and culturally sensitive. I strive to create a brave space where you are encouraged to be your true authentic self. I work with individuals of all ages including young children. I invite you to schedule a free 15-minute consultation so we can talk more about your needs, curiosities, fears, and desires for therapy. I would be honored to be part of your journey.
Chelsea’s message: My mission is to guide people in finding ways of living that feel sustainable, supportive, and aligned with their individual needs and values, as well as to dismantle oppressive societal messages about what and who is considered to be normal or abnormal.
Services: Individual, Couples, Adolescents, Gender Affirming Letter Writing/WPATH letters, Teletherapy only
Elliot’s message: I have a passion for supporting partners, families, and individuals in the queer community and who identify as neurodivergent. As a queer and neurodivergent therapist, I understand the unique challenges and triumphs that come with navigating experiences and relationships from these lived experiences. My goal is to create an inclusive environment where all expressions of love and identity are celebrated and to support clients in being their authentic self, embrace their identities, and build healthy relationships.
I have a deep commitment to promoting mental health and well-being within diverse and often underserved populations through an anti-oppressive lens. I am adept at facilitating growth addressing trauma (including complex trauma, peer-related social trauma, familial trauma, sexual trauma, and societal trauma), self-esteem and self-worth, identity exploration (such as gender, sexuality, neurodivergence, developmental, and/or socio-cultural context), body image and gender dysphoria, relationship dynamics, including nonmonogamy, and communication. My therapeutic approach is rooted in a collaborative, strengths-based model, designed to empower you to explore your narrative, personal values and resilience.
Common approaches to therapy that I utilize include Affirmative and Anti-oppressive Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Somatic Therapy, Feminist Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy. We’ll explore how systemic and relational dynamics impact your life as well as build individual insight and growth.
Services: Individual psychotherapy for Adults, strictly telehealth
Shirley’s message: I help neurodivergent people, primarily Autistic and/or ADHDers from a disability justice, fat friendly, and LGBTQIAP+ affirming perspective. It is my privilege to support my neurokin who have potentially spent their whole being “othered”, shamed, and not feeling “right” because the world tells us we are wrong for existing as our authentic selves. I believe as humans we can never be broken, but we can be in debilitating pain, and we need help to be fulfilled in our lives. Many of my clients come to me because they are tired of just surviving and ready to move forward towards a better, more affirming, life. I can help you get there.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Intern in Colorado (supervised by Breanne Willey, LPC, CO License: LPC.0006225)
Services: individual, relationship, couples, family, in-person, and teletherapy options
Cameron’s message: You are the expert on your life. As a counselor, I take a client-centered, culture-centered, anti-oppressive approach. I strive to create a safe and non-judgmental environment where we can collaborate on practical and creative solutions to the challenges you encounter. I believe community and relationships are integral to individual wellness and seek to support clients through creating a healthy counseling relationship, integrating clients’ existing support systems, and/or providing encouragement and skills to clients as they build new relationships and communities. As a queer, disabled, neurodivergent person, I am passionate about giving back to my community and providing affirming mental health care for individuals from underserved and/or marginalized communities. My counseling is neurodivergent affirming, LGBTQIA+ affirming, disability affirming, sex & kink positive, polyamory-affirming, and fat positive, and I continually strive to engage in racial justice and create a therapeutic space rooted in anti-racism. If you are interested in working together, please reach out to schedule a complimentary 15-minute consultation to see if we are a good fit!
Licensed Social Worker in Colorado (LSW.0009924419)
Services: Individual therapy for adults, telehealth only
Lily’s message: I’m a sensitive, neurodivergent therapist who helps sensitive and neurodivergent adults make peace with themselves, strengthen inner trust, and learn to honor their unique needs so they can reduce overwhelm and feel grounded, empowered, & expansive in their identities. I offer a compassionate, trauma-sensitive space where all parts of you are welcome and valued (even the parts you hate!) Through our therapy relationship, we’ll co-create a safe container where you can heal old wounds, accept masked and long-rejected parts of you, and learn new ways to relate to yourself. My approach celebrates neurodivergence, is LGBTQIA+ and disability affirming, upholds anti-racism and body liberation/fat acceptance/HAES, is sex, kink, and BDSM positive, sex worker affirming, & supports alternative relationship structures. If this sounds like a fit, reach out for a free 20 minute consultation or learn more at DreamingPinesTherapy.com.
Services: Individual therapy for adults, including gender affirming care letters. Telehealth only. Private pay, sliding scale available.
Mission: I am dedicated to offering therapeutic services to neurodivergent adults struggling with anxiety, depression, past trauma, and internalized ableism/oppression. My experience as a queer, nonbinary, late diagnosed ND adult deeply influences my approach to therapy. So often, we carry messages from the dominant culture about our worth, capabilities, and humanity that are defined in contrast to the white, straight, male, able-bodied mold. I say, therapeutically, screw that. You deserve an authentic life that works for you, and I am honored to help you along that path. I have extensive lived experience and training with yoga, meditation, and mindfulness, and love finding ways to integrate that knowledge base with your sensory and stimulation needs. Finding skills and techniques that help you, specifically, is the best part of being a therapist. My background is in art therapy and I encourage creative expression in all forms with my clients. Anti-oppression, strengths-based approach. If you’re interested in learning more, please reach out via email or through my website.
Lukasz’ message: Life is hard these days, especially for queer and trans folks; our identities impact everything in our lives. As a queer trans man, I know how important it can be to find a therapist who understands some of your experience, even when we aren’t focusing on specific issues relating to gender or sexuality.
I believe in queering therapy and draw from person-centered, trauma informed, social justice frameworks and at times incorporate art therapy, DBT, and ACT among other modalities. I have a wide range of experience working extensively with the queer and trans community along with those who experience mood disorders, trauma, poor self-esteem, anxiety and ADHD.
My approach is to meet you where you are at in their journey through a collaborative process and create a create a nonjudgmental, safe place for your own growth and acceptance. I’ll hold the hope for you when you can’t. You will be met with presence, compassion, and authenticity from me. Over time, I’ve learned that being my authentic self in session and allowing humor into the room allows my clinical skills to shine and allows for a stronger connection— which is the foundation of therapy.
One of the hardest parts can be making initial contact with a therapist. To put you more at ease, I offer free phone or text consultations to answer any questions you may have and see if I’d be a good fit for for you. You can reach me at email@example.com to get started 🙂
Services: Individual counseling, telehealth. In network with Aetna, BCBS, Cigna. Also accepting self-pay and sliding scale.
Jennifer’s message: Minds in Bloom is a counseling and mental health practice providing counseling services to neurodivergent populations. Specializing in adult ADHD, mindfulness based cognitive therapy, self esteem work and relationship care. Our mission is to promote awareness and appreciation of neurodivergence and neurodiversity.
Licensure: LPC in Virginia, Texas, Colorado, Iowa, and Wisconsin
Services: Individual, Group, Teletherapy, In Person
In addition to being a therapist, I am also a LISPY trained as a 200-Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT), specializing in psychotherapeutic yoga (2020) and am a Certified Geek Therapist.
I believe in individualizing strategies in a collaborative process with the client. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), is my theoretical framework. Acceptance is defined in this therapy from a mindfulness and non-judgmental lens. This accepting perspective is a base to all of the services provided at Creekside Therapeutics.
Services: Individual (tweens, teens, and adults), in person at 1776 S Jackson St, Denver, via telehealth or walk and talk in Harvard Gulch Park in Denver, private pay (superbill upon request)
Allison’s message: I specialize in anxiety, stress, and existential concerns with tweens, teens, and adults, particularly with those who identify as gifted/neurodivergent/2e (and I personally identify as 2e). I’m trauma-informed, LGBTQ+ affirming, neurodivergence affirming, and anti-racist. My goal is to meet you where you are and understand what you want to work on – you’re the expert on your life but I can help you see it differently and make the changes you want. That might include coping strategies, looking at your needs, strengths, and values, psychoeducation around the things that are bothering you, and more. Reach out today for your free 30 minute consultation to see if we’re a good fit!
Licensure: I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in IL, IN, WI, FL OH, IA, and CO. I also also an ADHD-CCSP (ADHD-Certified Clinical Services Provider).
Services: Individual, Couples, Group, in person in IL and teletherapy in IL and other states
Payment accepted: Insurance and private pay (insurance is kept up to date on the website which includes Aetna, BCBS, United, Tricare, Medicare and Medicare advantage plans, and a few EAPs)
Ginny’s message: At Guiding Behavior, we strive to empower individuals to reach their own meaningful and fulfilling emotional, communication, and behavioral goals. Through individualized and compassionate therapeutic approaches combined with the understanding of behavioral strategies, we help guide individuals and couples in shaping the now and future. We offer psychotherapy and coaching services primarily to adults that are neurodivergent (including ADHD, Autism, OCD, and other forms of neurodivergent brains), have children that are neurodivergent, or in a relationship where neurodivergent support can be beneficial. Our primary therapeutic modalities include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Exposure-Response Prevention (ERP), and Inference-Based CBT (I-CBT) depending on one’s needs. We can support ADHD, Autism, OCD, anxiety, depression, and trauma-related concerns.
Annabelle’s message: Hi! I’m Annabelle. I am a French American, and Spanish speaking therapist. I work with adults of all genders presenting with ADHD/HSP and/ or have a history of trauma. I use a mix of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, EMDR and parts works to help you get unstuck.
Services: Individual, relationship, and group therapy
Payment accepted: Private pay. I also offer a sliding scale and super bills.
Rivkah’s message: Life can be a journey filled with twists and turns, and at times, it’s easy to feel lost and disconnected. That’s where I come in. As a therapist specializing in serving marginalized individuals and relationships, I am committed to embracing the rich tapestry of human experiences. I recognize that the intersections of identities can shape unique challenges, and I’m here to provide a safe and inclusive space to explore them. Whether you’re seeking to address trauma, find clarity in your identity, navigate relationships, or simply embark on a journey of self-improvement, I’m here to walk alongside you. As a queer non-binary neurodivergent Jewish person of color navigating other marginalized identities, I understand what it’s like to live life on the edge of society. I strive to create a collaborative and compassionate therapeutic environment where you can explore your thoughts, feelings, and experiences without judgment. My goal is to empower you to embrace your identity, overcome challenges, and cultivate a sense of belonging. I’m here to guide you as you embark on a journey of self-discovery, self-acceptance, and personal growth. If you’re ready to begin a transformative journey of healing, connection, and self-discovery, I invite you to reach out.
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
Shelby’s message: I can help you break patterns, untangle your inner mind, and take a step back to find a new perspective. I use an integrative approach that’s both challenging and relational, mixing my training with my experience, combining the science and the art of being a practitioner.