Amelia Galier Slama

Amelia Galier Slama, LPCC (she/her)

  • Founder of Neurodivergent Therapists
  • Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Ohio (E. 2001951) and Kentucky (273236), Nationally Certified Counselor (835010), and Board Certified – TeleMental Health Provider (2457)
  • Services: Neurodiversity affirming autism evaluations, individual teletherapy, and consultation services.
  • Amelia’s message: I specialize in providing teletherapy services for neurodivergent individuals who live in Ohio and Kentucky.  Specifically, I focus on supporting those who have experienced differences related to autism, ADHD, trauma, LGBTQIA+, trans and gender diverse persons, and diverse relationship structures through affirming therapy approaches. As someone with lived experience in several of these groups, I am passionate about creating spaces to support and empower others within these communities.
  • Website: www.ameliaslama.com
  • Email: amelia@ameliaslama.com
  • Phone: 216-317-3323
  • IG: @ndtherapists
Gene Dockery

Gene Dockery, LPC, NCC (they/them/theirs)

  • Licensed Professional Counselor in Ohio and Nationally Certified Counselor
  • Gene offers individual, family, group, and teletherapy services
    • Gene’s message: “A safe, affirming, and empowering therapy space specializing in affirming care for all gender, sexual/affectional, and relationship structure minority identities and expressions at any stage of the journey.”
  • Website: https://www.affirmingpathways.com/
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/affirmingpathways/
  • Email: gene@affirmingpathways.com
  • Address: 58 S. 2nd Street Newark, Ohio 43055
  • Phone: (740) 306-4267
Erika Eisenberg MSW, LISW

Erika Eisenberg, MSW, LISW (she/her/hers)

  • Licensed in Ohio (I.0900104) and Florida (telehealth only).
  • Services: Individual psychotherapy for teens and adults; 14 and up. Teletherapy only. Self pay; I don’t take insurance. $140 fee per 50 minute session.
  • Erika’s message: “Nothing about us without us! I am a trauma informed, neurodivergence affirming, social justice minded, fat positive, autistic therapist with specialties, training, education, and lived experience with people who have childhood trauma, or later life trauma or both, C-PTSD, LGTBQIA2S+, Anxiety, depression, and the general stress that comes with being a neurodivergent person sometimes feeling devalued, misunderstood, rejected, unaffirmed and overwhelmed. My goal is to affirm and empower as we work toward your goals. I use a mish-mash of modalities in my person centered, humanistic, strengths focused approach. Always with your consent, and working together to find out what works best for you since we are all different! EMDR, Ego state, and internal Family Systems, PolyVagal theory, mindfulness, somatic approaches, solution focused problem solving, supportive counseling, and humor!”
  • Email: therikabright@proton.me
  • https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/erika-eisenberg-cincinnati-oh/157722
Kira Hayes, MA, MFT

Kira Hayes, MA, MFT (she/her/they/them)

  • Marriage and Family Therapist in Ohio
  • Services offered: individual, family, couples/relational, teletherapy
  • Kira’s message about their practice: “A Safe, Affirming, and Empowering Therapy Space – Specializing in affirming care for all gender, sexual/affectional, and relationship structure minority identities and expressions at any stage of the journey.”
  • Office Location: 54 S. 2nd Street Newark, Ohio 43055
  • Email: kirahayes@affirmingpathways.com
  • Phone: +1 (740) 306-4267
Megan M. Matthews

Megan M. Matthews, LPCC, Certified Geek Therapist (she/her)

  • Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Certified Geek Therapist in Ohio
  • Offers individual therapy services in person and via teletherapy
  • Megan’s message: “As a neurodivergent person who also has invisible disabilities and disadvantages from being “non-mainstream” in other ways, I know from lived experience what it’s like to feel erased, and what it’s like to be different and yet be expected to behave as if I’m not. If you feel isolated and alone in your experience; if you don’t like who you are; if you like who you are but dislike the lack of acceptance you get from others in your life; or if you’re so tangled up in expectations – your own, other people’s, maybe both – that you don’t even KNOW who you are… I’ve been there. I see you. I hear you. And I’m here to help.”
  • Website: www.untangled-counseling.com
  • Email: megan@untangled-counseling.com
Vanessa Quinn

Vanessa Quinn, MSW, LSW (she/her)

  • MSW and LSW in Ohio
  • Vanessa’s message: “I offer therapy to those struggling with anxiety, depression, making big decisions in life, and those who feel they don’t quite fit in. I especially enjoy providing support to those who are exploring their identity as a neurodivergent person. I strive to bring comfort to my clients and wish to help them affirm their own values and strengths. I especially love to provide psychoeducation around neurodiversity and mindfulness.”
  • Facebook and Instagram: Bloom Therapy Cincinnati
  • Website: www.bloomtherapycincinnati.com
Christina M. Scott

Christina M. Scott, LPCC-S (she/her)

  • Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor – Supervisor in Ohio (E. 1800755-SUPV), Nationally Certified Counselor (684571), Certified Autism Spectrum Disorder Specialist (688534), Certified Integrative Mental Health Practitioner (123434), Registered Play Therapist (T5230)
  • Services: Individual Psychotherapy for adolescents/adults, Parent Consultation; teletherapy/online services for Ohio residents
  • Christina’s message: In providing online therapy, clients are able to be in their personal space, which is where change happens. I strive to create a therapeutic atmosphere centered on a felt sense of safety, affirming care, and connection. Integrating positive psychology, geek therapy, neuroscience, and other creative approaches in my work, clients often seek my services when traditional therapy has not proven beneficial. I specialize in working with neurodivergent individuals, LGBTQIA+ persons, those who have experienced trauma, and sleep disorders & dreamwork. Diagnosed as autistic in my early 30s, and experiencing the associated self-discoveries and challenges, I enjoy working with late-diagnosed autistic/ADHD clients to help them explore and process life through a neurodiverse lens. Being a gender-affirming therapist is essential to my practice.
  • Email: christina@risingactioncounseling.com
  • Phone: 740-231-2188
  • Website: http://risingactioncounseling.com/