Rachel Leah Kraus, LCSW-C (she/her)

  • LCSW-C (Licensed Certified Social Worker- Clinical) in Maryland
  • Individual and family therapy for 16+, all teletherapy in the state of Maryland, Executive function and emotional regulation coaching via telehealth anywhere in the United States, clinical supervision to LMSW and LGPCs in Maryland seeking advanced licensure, and clinical case consultation through lens of autistic lived experience for clinicians struggling with cases.
  • Rachel’s message: “LGBQIA + trans affirmative, neurodiversity affirmative dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), Exposure response prevention (ERP), Prolonged Exposure (PE) for autistic and ADHD individuals who struggle with OCD, anxiety, depression, mood dysregulation, complex trauma, and other related conditions.”
  • Website: www.krauspsychotherapy.com
Laura Morlok

Laura Morlok, LCPC, LPC, RPT-S (she/her)

  • Licensure: MD, DC, VA
  • Group Practice: Playful Therapy Connections
  • Services: We are a fully virtual practice offering individual therapy, group therapy, play therapy and parenting support.
  • Laura’s message: We specialize in supporting neurodivergent kids (3yo+), teens, young adults & families. This includes focusing on anxiety, depression, & navigating a NT-world while being autistic and/or an ADHD’r as well as related parenting support. As I am a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, my team & I use a combination of Play Therapy & filial-based interventions with a person-centered approach.
  • Website: www.playfultherapy.net
  • FB: https://www.facebook.com/playfultherapymaryland/
  • IG: https://www.instagram.com/playfultherapy_maryland/?hl=en
Becca Gibson

Becca Gibson (they/she)

  • LCSW-C in Maryland #24900 and LICSW in Massachusetts
  • Services: Providing virtual individual (16+), family, and couples therapy, parent coaching, and case consultation.
  • Becca’s message: Becca believes in the power of empathy and authenticity in the therapeutic relationship. They use a collaborative approach rooted in a gender-affirming, neurodiversity-affirming, and anti-oppressive framework. Becca is passionate about celebrating neurodivergence and has worked with Autistic folks and families for over 12 years. Becca also loves supporting members of the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as folks who carry others marginalized identities. They are especially excited to support late-diagnosed Autistic and AuDHDers, and clients navigating the intersection of Autism and gender diversity.
  • Contact: bgibson@wbma.cc
  • Website: https://www.wbma.cc/rebecca-gibson
Ashley Grubbs

Ashley Grubbs, LPC (she/her)

  • LPC in licensed in TX, CO, MD, VA
  • 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.
  • https://www.blueharbortherapy.com/
  • ashley@blueharbortherapy.com
  • 571-305-0615
Courtney Hart

Courtney Hart, LCSW-C (she/her)

  • LCSW-C in Maryland
  • Services: Individual Therapy, Social Groups (building authentic connection through shared interest and experience not social skills training), Parent Consultation (short-term and ongoing), Group Therapy, In-Person Services in Bel Air, Maryland, Telehealth Services for all of Maryland
  • Courtney’s message: I work best with children who have BIG, confusing feelings and don’t tend to respond well to CBT workbooks or traditional parenting approaches like counting, sticker charts, or time-out. As a neurodivergent human myself, I remember how frustrating the labeling of my feelings were to me and how I despised the expectation that I follow adults’ advice because they ‘are older.’ Rather than being the “expert” (read: robot) who rambles off unilateral solutions and approaches, I prefer a collaborative approach to therapy and parent consultation sessions. I don’t “fix” children or “modify” behavior; I build upon strengths and interests to help my clients (and their caregivers) figure out ways that work for them to help them be able to thrive in a society that wasn’t built for those of us outside of the ‘norm,’ My approaches build upon the work of looking for what’s underneath challenging behavior and focusing on helping the entire family regulate and collaborate. With clients, I utilize child-centered play, animal-assisted interventions, walk & talk sessions, ACT, and mindfulness-based CBT. In parent consultation sessions, I build upon the work of those with lived experience along with neurodiversity-affirming researchers. If you think I would be a helpful fit for your family, and you’re willing to do the work alongside your child, please reach out to me today!
  • hello@healinghartwellness.com
  • www.healinghartwellness.com
  • 443-594-2626
  • @hart_wellness on Instagram and Twitter
  • https://facebook.com/healinghartwellnessllc
Jennifer Sevier

Jenn Sevier, LPC, LCPC (she/they)

  • Founder of Authentic Therapy Services, LLC
  • Licensed Professional Counselor in Pennsylvania (PC011375); Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Board Approved Supervisor in Maryland (LC4572)
  • Services: Individual therapy for adults (18+) across PA and MD via telehealth, Clinical Supervision, Case Consultation
  • Coming Soon (Spring / Summer 2023): Gender Affirming Care Letters (free of charge); Neurodiversity-Affirming Autism and ADHD Assessments
  • Jenn’s Message: I am a queer, late-diagnosed Autistic ADHD’er providing neurodiversity and LGBTQIA+ affirming therapy via telehealth. Despite being in the mental health field for over 14 years, it was not until my own journey as a late-diagnosed neurodivergent individual that I decided to focus on the unique needs of ND clients who are navigating the obstacles of living within a neurotypical societal framework. I consider my clients to be the ultimate authority on their lived experiences, and strive to foster a space of safety, validation, and personal exploration. My approach is primarily person-centered with a strong emphasis on the values of authenticity, curiosity, and self-advocacy. All services are grounded in an anti-oppression framework and are affirmative of: Neurodiversity, LGBTQIA+, Gender and Sexual Identities, Kink /Sexual Outsiders, and Polyamory / Ethically Nonmonogamous Relationship Structures.
  • Website: www.authentictherapyservices.com
  • Email: info@authentictherapyservices.com
  • Phone: (717) 819-9500
Julsey Capon Roach

Julsey Capon Roach, LCPC (She/Her)

  • LCPC: Maryland, DC, Virginia. Licensed clinical supervisor.
  • Services: Group practice: Capon Counseling LLC, providing individual psychotherapy, family, and group psychotherapy for ages 5+. Both in-person and telehealth services available.
  • Julsey’s message: We are extremely passionate about providing neurodiversity affirmative therapy for kids, teens, young adults, and their families. We help support ADHD, autism, OCD, anxiety, depression, trauma, and related diagnoses. We strongly believe that connection is absolutely essential in the therapeutic relationship and that fostering safety and trust is the first step to positive change. We affirm identities, celebrate neurodiversity, and with compassion, empathy, and understanding, collaboratively, we will work together to identify and utilize your unique strengths, special interests, and passions to help you thrive and live your own value-driven and authentic life.
  • Email: capon@caponcounseling.com
  • Phone: 301-807-3416
  • Website: www.caponcounseling.com
Jose Rosado

Jose Rosado, LGPC, NCC, MBA (he/him)

  • Founder: Grey Matter Counseling & Consulting, LLC
  • Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor in Maryland (LGP11595); under Supervision of Dr. Janelle Cox, Ed.D, LCPC, NCC, ACS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LC6199) Approved Clinical Supervisor (#1229)
  • Services: Young Adult and Adult Individual therapy, Couples Therapy, Corporate and Clinical Consulting Services, Coaching Services—All via telehealth
  • Email: info@greymattercounseling.com
  • Phone: (443) 720-6008
  • Website: www.greymattercounseling.com
  • Jose’s Message: I am a male, BiPOC clinician and I work with adults, young adults, couples, as well as families (trained in Functional Family Therapy) both clinically and within the community, specifically with my Peer Recovery Specialist work over the last five years. I have experience in facilitating clinical services in both community services/nonprofit settings as well as private practice, as well as working with families of incarcerated individuals & those reentering the community after incarceration. Many of my clients experience issues with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, life transitions, work-related stress, grief & loss, along with various other diagnoses.In addition to my clinical background, I also identify as a mental health peer, along with a MABPCB Registered Peer Supervisor (RPS) & Peer Recovery Specialist (PRS). I serve on the Harford County Mental Health & Addictions Advisory Council, and am also an Adjunct Professor at Towson University in the Psychology Department, teaching Abnormal Psychology, Human Development, Cross-Cultural Psychology, and Industrial & Organizational Psychology.With regards to education and clinical training, I am a graduate of Northwestern University, with a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and am working as a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC) (# LGP11595), and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) here in Maryland. My supervisor is Dr. Janelle Cox, Ed.D, LCPC, NCC, ACS, MD Board Approved Supervisor (#1229).I speak from personal experience when I say, I know what you’re going through and how isolating it can feel. Please remember, you are not alone, you have self-worth and people who care about you & want to see you happy in life. I am a peer, a parent, and someone who lives with depression, anxiety, and ADHD every day and would love to help you find balance.With mental health advocacy being a cause that is near to my heart, I founded Creatives Aga;nst Depression—an initiative created to start a larger conversation about mental health awareness in the US to help erase the stigma behind depression, anxiety, & suicide, especially in the arts community.
Emily Lamm

Emily “Max” Lamm (they/she/he)

  • Licensed Resident in Counseling for Virginia (also pending in Maryland)
  • Services: Individual, family, couples/polycules, and group. Virtual as well as in-person in Newport News. (Two current groups are a DBT group for young adults and middle adults, as well as groups for neurodivergent, queer teens and young adults.)
  • I provide virtual counseling through Washington Behavioral Medicine Associates. This is self-pay only, and the agency offers other various supports like psychiatry, TMS, Ketamine therapy, etc.
  • I also provide virtual and in-person counseling through LifeStance Health, which accepts most major insurances except Medicaid.
  • My primary age group is adults. I utilize DBT, ACT, person-centered, inner child work, and narrative therapy. I especially enjoy working with clients who are queer, neurodivergent, working through religious trauma and/or body acceptance.
  • Mission: I am passionate about providing support that is individualized, affirming, non-pathologizing, and de-colonizing. I am open about the fact that I am autistic and queer, and this lived experience shapes my work.
  • Email: mlamm@wbma.cc and emily.lamm@lifestance.com
  • Phone: 301-246-0234
  • Instagram: @counselormax
  • Websites: https://www.wbma.cc/max-lamm and https://lifestance.com/provider/emily-lamm-ma-lric/
Morgan Widerman

Morgan Widerman, LCSW-C (She/They)

  • Licensure: LCSW-C in Maryland
  • Services: Neurodiversity-affirming, queer-affirming, trauma-informed individual therapy for kids (9+), teens, young adults, and adults, as well as couples and family therapy sessions, specializing in working with couples and families in which one or more people identify as queer, disabled, and/or neurodivergent. All services via telehealth.
    • Diagnostic evaluations for Autism (ages 16+) and ADHD. All assessments include overall diagnostic impressions, evaluation of executive functioning strengths and challenges, exploration of your unique sensory experience, and screenings for other common co-occurring conditions. Evaluation procedure is grounded within the neurodiversity paradigm, conducted via a strengths-based, non-pathologizing, social model of disability approach.
  • Morgan’s message: I am a queer, AuDHD therapist providing therapy and diagnostic services via telehealth in the state of Maryland. I strive to ensure our sessions are a place you feel safe to unmask, stim, sensory soothe, and whatever else feels right as you discover and explore your authentic self. I am trained in a variety of evidence-based therapeutic modalities, which allows me to collaboratively develop a truly one-of-a-kind therapeutic approach for each client which best plays to your strengths, and most gently and effectively addresses your challenges. I will work with you to explore your unique neurotype and help you to embark on a journey of self-discovery, healing, authenticity, self-compassion, and confidence. My goal is to help you learn, unlearn, and grow into the person you were meant to be.
  • Website: https://www.quirkybrain.net/
  • Email: info@quirkybrain.net
Tasha Chemel

Tasha Chemel, LMSW (she/they)

  • LMSW in Maryland supervised by Rachel Leah Kraus, LCSW-C
  • Services: Providing telehealth only, virtual therapy services to individuals (18+) in the state of Maryland
  • Tasha’s message: I am a blind and neurodivergent therapist with a background in executive function coaching. I have a master’s in social work and a second master’s in education. I work with mostly queer and/or late diagnosed neurodivergent adults by supporting them using a relational approach. I am not here to change you, instead it is my hope that you can gain a greater appreciation of how you move through the world. With that new understanding we can work together to help you prioritize and communicate your needs. I utilize some narrative, somatic experiencing, and DBT informed techniques. I partner with you to co-create an atmosphere of safety grounded in consent and nervous system regulation. I am committed to disability justice principles and recognize the intersection of ableism and other complex power structures such as racism, sexism, and homophobia.
  • Contact: tasha@krauspsychotherapy.com
  • Website: https://www.krauspsychotherapy.com