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Caroline Srbeny

Caroline Srbeny, LPC, NCC (she/her)

  • Nationally Certified Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor in Illinois
  • Services: Individual therapy for adults, telehealth only
  • Caroline’s message: My mission is to help autistic women and LGBTQIA+ folks as they cope with things such as anxiety, depression, relationship issues, chronic illness, and executive dysfunction. Practicing from an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) standpoint, which emphasizes living fully as the person you want to be, we’ll work together to navigate what’s getting in the way of that. As a neurodivergent therapist, I combine my lived experience and my clinical knowledge to provide a space that is safe, comfortable, and affirming.
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Anna Nokes

Anna Nokes, LCSW (she/her)

Nahime Aguirre

Nahime G. Aguirre Mtanous, LSW (she/her/ella)

Carmen F. Juneidi

Carmen F. Juneidi (she/hers)

  • Licensure: Illinois and Florida (US)
  • Services: Individual and couples therapy, 100% Telehealth. Ages 13 and up.
  • Carmen’s message: I am a trauma-informed psychotherapist with personal and professional experience working with neurodivergent people, as well as other groups facing discrimination in our society. I understand the unique challenges affecting the neurodivergent population, including vulnerability to experience trauma, dismissal and invalidation throughout their lives. This often results in Complex PTSD, anxiety and difficulties regarding trusting themselves and others. Using a strengths-based, neurodiversity-affirming approach, I help autistic/ADHD people live safely and authentically in the world, knowing how to set boundaries and communicate their needs effectively. I help them honor their energy patterns to avoid anxiety and burnout, help them process their traumatic experiences and help create more accurate narratives of those events. It is important for me to create a strong therapeutic alliance, in which my clients feel seen, heard and safe. I always welcome honest feedback and I strive to be a better clinician with each passing year. I am 100% bilingual in Spanish and English.
  • Private pay only. Currently accepting clients on a short waitlist.
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  • Phone: 312-767-4224

PsychCare Anywhere

  • We serve OH, IL, OR, WA, and AZ.
  • We provide cash-pay and insurance therapy services as well as psychiatry. (Due to insurance contracts we are cash-pay only for ASD evals but this can be spread out over several sessions). We do accept insurance for ADHD evals and treatment.
  • We are passionate about neurodiversity and care of marginalized populations.
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Brooke Garren, LCSW (she/her)

  • Illinois and Indiana Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Services: child and adult individual and group therapy, adult and individual coaching, DIR/Floortime Therapy
  • Brooke’s message: Brooke (she, her, hers) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker committed to treating individuals, couples and families navigating neurological differences. Her clinical interests lie in aiding neurodivergents to understand themselves, hone their differences, and in teaching families how to support their neurodivergent loved ones in an affirming way. She also focuses on addressing trauma, sensory integration issues, perfectionism, and self-esteem/self-acceptance.
    • Brooke uses a person-centered, strength-based approach in working with clients and the relationships they have in their lives. Brooke believes the dominant approach to ND care in schools and therapeutic approaches are at odds with neurodivergent affirming care and fails to understand the complexity of the individual and their unique differences. To mitigate this, Brooke uses an integrative model of change, highlighting the strengths of different theories to fit the clients’ identified needs.
    • Brooke is both a nurturing and direct therapist, displaying patience with the process of treatment and providing a safe and secure relationship with which clients can process their vulnerabilities. With a client’s aspirations in mind, she holds him or her accountable for the change they desire and moves with them on their path to achieving their goals.
    • Brooke received her bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. She received her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. She has extensive training in neurodivergent therapy, crisis intervention, behavioral therapy, and trauma. Brooke is currently pursuing additional certifications DIR/Floortime and Autplay Therapy.
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Uniquely You Behavioral Health

Uniquely You Behavioral Health

  • Services provided by LCSWs, LCPCs, LSWs, LPCs, and interns in the state of Illinois. Occupational Therapy available. DIR/Floortime provided by masters prepared clinicians
  • Individual, Group, Couples and Family Therapy available in-person and virtually.
  • Uniquely You Behavioral Health exists to provide a space where individuals with autism and other neurodivergence and their families feel welcome and accepted. Therapeutic, medical, and even school settings often focus on “changing” the person to be “normal” and fit within “social norms.” Uniquely You understands that neurodivergence affects the way people interact with the world and are a part of them that is not to be changed or diminished. We aim to empower individuals and families to be who they are and to educate the community about people with neurodivergent conditions. Through various modalities, Uniquely You partners with individuals to develop strategies and work toward self-acceptance, increase life satisfaction and live their most authentic life.
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  • Phone: 779-707-3717
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  • Instagram: uniquely_you_behavioral_health
Camille Sears

Camille Sears, LPC, LCPC, ATR (She/Her/Hers)

  • Licensure: LPC in Oklahoma (10800), LCPC in Illinois (180.011513), and ATR (national) (17-023)
  • Services: Individual, Couples, Group Yoga, Art Therapy, Age 15+, Teletherapy only, insurance and private pay($150)
  • Camille’s message: I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Licensed Art Therapist with 10 years of professional work experience. I work with clients with a wide range of concerns including ADHD, anxiety, interpersonal/relationship issues, parenting struggles, career challenges, and life transitions. I also work with couples to repair trust, improve communication, and strengthen their emotional intimacy. I specialize in art therapy as a modality of counseling because it encourages processing emotions through creative expression. Art therapy accesses the right hemisphere of the brain where all emotional and traumatic memories are stored. Each session I create an individualized approach through combining traditional talk therapy techniques with specialized art therapy prompts in order to help individuals release life’s emotional and mental blocks. Taking the first step to seeking a more fulfilling and happier life takes courage. I am here to support you in that journey.
  • Practice name: Kaleidoscope Healing Arts
    • Camille Sears, LCPC, ATR
    • Address: 7521 S. Olympia Avenue West #1100, Tulsa, OK 74132
    • Phone: 918-200-2894
Angela Overholt

Angela Overholt, MSW, LCSW (she/her)

  • Licensure: Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Illinois #149019395
  • Services: Individual therapy for young adults, college students, and adults via teletherapy or in person.
  • Accepted Insurance Plans: Aetna, BlueCross and BlueShield, Health Alliance, Humana, Magellan, Medicare, UnitedHealthcare UHC | UBH
  • Angela’s message: As a late-diagnosed Neurodivergent queer therapist I am passionate about working with other Neurodivergent adults, specifically, those who are diagnosed, self-diagnosed, or seeking a diagnosis for Autism or ADHD. I am equally passionate about working with individuals who identify as LGBTQIA+ or gender-diverse and recognize intersectionality and how it impacts well-being. I also specialize in the treatment of food, weight, and body image concerns for all bodies (including Trans, Non-binary, BIPOC, and cis-gendered bodies), attachment and relational trauma, anxiety disorders, mood and adjustment disorders, and chronic health management. My practice is grounded in affirmative and anti-oppression frameworks and my approach is client-centered, strengths-based, affirming, and trauma-informed. I am certified as a Sensorimotor Psychotherapist, a somatic talk therapy approach for the treatment of trauma. I am a longtime practitioner of yoga and received my RYT-200 certification in 2015. Currently, I am working on my Body Trust certification through the Body Trust Center.
  • Location: Insight Therapy, LLC, Champaign, IL 61822
  • Practice Phone Number: (217) 301-2899
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  • To schedule a 30 minute free consultation with me please call (217) 301-2899 or email for more information.
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Jennifer Spitler

Jennifer Spitler, LPC/LCPC (she/hers)

  • Licensure: LPC in Colorado and LCPC in Illinois
  • 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.
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  • Phone: 312-847-4678
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  • IG: @mindsinbloomtherapy
Dr. Erica Essary

Dr. Erica Essary, PsyD, CAADC (she/they)

  • Licensure: Licensed Clinical Psychologist licensed in Illinois, Michigan, and Iowa ***I am also a member of PSYPACT.
  • Services: Individual therapy for 18+ adults, teletherapy only at the current time
  • Forms of payment accepted: I accept insurance, HSA, and private pay. I am in network with: BCBS/Anthem, United/Optum, Cigna, Aetna, Humana, Magellan, and Medicare. I am also contracted to several EAPs such as Lyra and Modern Health.
  • Erica’s message: I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor based in Illinois providing teletherapy services in all current PSYPACT states and also Iowa. As queer and non-binary person, my goal is to create an affirming space for people to explore their identities, navigate transitions, and improve the quality of their lives. I use an integrative, harm reduction approach that draws from multiple therapy modalities, focusing on the relationships clients have with others and with themselves. We work together to identify patterns, current issues, and places where clients feel stuck and help them find a way forward though discovering new perspectives and making changes in their daily lives. I can assist with finding ways to create an authentic and neurodivergent affirming life rather than feeling forced to fit into a neurotypical world. My practice celebrates Queer, Trans, Kink, CNM, and neurodivergent lives and I have lived experience in all of these communities.
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  • Phone: 630 310 9957
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Megan Moyer

Megan Moyer (she/her)

  • Licensure: Pre-licensed, working under the supervision of Thomas Malia, Licensed Clinical Psychologist (IL) 071.010068
  • Services: Individual, teletherapy, art therapy
  • Forms of payment: Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Cigna insurances, private pay, HSA, out of network
  • Megan’s message: Megan uses a combination of art therapy and traditional therapeutic approaches to provide a unique method of communication, self-expression, and regulation. She has special experience working with clients with ADHD, Down’s Syndrome, cognitive disabilities, and those on the autism spectrum from a neurodiverse-affirming lens. Megan believes that we all have unique strengths and perspectives and values finding the positive in things we may view negatively. Knowing this, Megan approaches mental health from a strengths-based, integrative approach. She combines humanistic, dialectal behavioral, and art therapy approaches tailored to the client’s strengths and challenges. Megan treats you as the expert in yourself. As an art therapist, Megan uses the power of art to allow for unique methods of self-expression, communication, and regulation. Art can also be used to augment traditional methods of talk therapy to provide a very impactful, positive experience. Clients can expect to work with a wide variety of media depending on their unique strengths and goals in therapy.
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  • Phone: 224-707-4321 extension 11
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Ginny Nikiforos

Ginny Nikiforos, LCSW, ADHD-CCSP (she/her)

  • Licensure: I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in CO, IL, IN, IA, FL, and OH. 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.
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  • Phone: 773-217-0478
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Richard Rodgers

Richard Rodgers, LCSW (He)

  • Licensure: LCSW (34008256A) in Illinois, Indiana, and Arizona (LCSW-21892)
  • Services: I am mainly a trauma and addictions counselor although I have worked with many types of patients. I can see teens, adults, and couples.
  • Payment accepted: Certain insurances and Credit Card
  • Richard’s message: I am a veteran and social worker. I specialize in addiction and trauma. The thing about trauma is most people who go to therapy will carry some kind of trauma. I work strictly online. I am also a 500 hour registered yoga teacher. I love cats and dogs.
  • Richard offers 5-10 minute consultations. You can call and leave a message at 812-251-5034.
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  • Phone: 812-512-5034
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Orli Firestein

Orli Firestein, LCSW (She/her)

  • Licensure: LCSW (149.019783) in Illinois
  • Services: Individual psychotherapy (primarily telehealth with limited in-person availability), Neurodiversity-affirming IEP consultations and parent support, and Neurodiversity affirming workplace accommodations requests/documentation support
  • Payment accepted: Insurance, sliding scale (currently full), provision of superbill for out-of-network insurance reimbursement
  • Orli’s message: I view therapy as an opportunity to gain better self-understanding and acceptance while dismantling oppressive and hurtful beliefs. Frequently explored themes in sessions: autistic burnout, managing executive functioning challenges, and compassion fatigue.
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  • Phone: (773) 340-0047
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Melissa Finley

Melissa Finley, LCPC (she/her)

  • Licensure: LCPC (180.012056) in Illinois (Villa Park)
  • Services: I work with clients 13 and older in individual therapy, family therapy, and neurodivergent couples.
  • Payment accepted: Private pay and superbills.
  • Melissa’s message: I am actively engaged with the process, providing psycho-education, attunement to your nervous system, and a safe space that allows you to see yourself with comfort and ease. My techniques include EMDR, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Somatic Work, Internal Family Systems work, and a whole lot of compassionate understanding.
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  • Phone: (708) 688-9676
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Cherish Hamilton-Tekautz

Cher Hamilton-Tekautz, LCSW (she/her)

  • Licensure: LCSW (149.018323) in IL
  • Services: Individual therapy for adults in person in Chicago and virtually in Illinois
  • Payment accepted: Private pay with superbills provided to seek reimbursement
  • Cherish’s message: I am a queer somatic trauma therapist who specializes in helping queer and neurodivergent folks to love themselves as their authentic selves, increase self-compassion, and have meaningful satisfying relationships. I help clients learn to love themselves and experience how good it feels when they’re able to embrace all the pieces of themselves, no matter what society tells them about being queer, trans, BIPOC, fat, neurodivergent, disabled, etc. I help folks learn skills to manage anxiety, depression, and executive dysfunction, experience a better relationship with themselves, and be able to communicate wants, needs, and emotions in relationships. As someone who is also neurodivergent and a complex trauma survivor, I understand what it’s like to have a critical inner voice, not feel good enough, and to struggle with anxiety, depression, and people pleasing. Let’s work together so you can feel worthy, confident, and proud of who you are.
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  • Phone: 872-256-0962
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Sue Cook, LCSW (they/them)

  • Licensure: LCSW (149.025430) in IL
  • Services: Individual psychotherapy, including EMDR, self-advocacy and executive function skills development, sensory integration using mindfulness, trauma work, and compassion based therapy.
  • Payment accepted: Aetna, Cigna, BCBS, Compsych, United/Optum PPO. Medicaid and Medicare. Sliding scale.
  • Sue’s message: I currently specialize in supporting neurodivergent queer emerging adults. I offer client-centered compassion-based therapy that incorporates methods such as Socratic questioning, DBT, executive function coaching, EMDR, and narrative therapy. I’m proud to be autistic, agender, and disabled.
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  • Phone: ‪(773) 242-9427‬
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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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Rebecca Powers

Rebecca Powers, LCSW (she/her)

  • Licensure: LCSW (149.021349) in Illinois
  • Services: I provide individual, couples, and family counseling (ages 3+)
  • Payment accepted: Private pay rate is $160 with sliding scale options. In network with BCBS, United, and Aetna (PPO plans)
  • Rebecca’s message: I am a client centered therapist who works with each individual to ensure best fit based on presenting concerns. I utilize several approaches, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Expressive Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. I come from a relational lens with each client I work with, working collaboratively to meet each client where they are at in everyone’s unique therapy process. I am a queer therapist who enjoys working with clients who are neurodivergent & LGBTQ+ with presenting concerns of depression, anxiety, life transitions, interpersonal relationships, and ADHD.
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  • Phone: 773-340-2819
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Andrew Brucker

Andrew Brucker, LCSW (he/him)

  • Licensure: LCSW #117626  in California and LCSW #149.026360 in Illinois
  • 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
Frank Christian Floski

Frank Christian Floski, LCPC (he/him/his)

  • Licensure: LCPC in Illinois (180.014286)
  • Services: Individual, Teletherapy
  • Payment accepted: Insurance, private pay
  • Frank’s message: Neurodivergent and queer, I want to provide space for discussing neurodiversity in a non-medical way through a liberation lens. I also conduct sex therapy and specifically like to discuss the combination of sex/intimacy and neurodiversity.
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  • IG: @Psychotheraflo
Julia Howard

Julia Howard, LSW, CYT (she/hers)