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Amelia Galier Slama

Amelia Galier Slama, LPCC (she/her)

  • Founder of Neurodivergent Therapists
  • Licensure: Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Ohio (E. 2001951) and Kentucky (273236)
  • Services: Individual therapy, consultation/coaching, and trainings on neurodiversity affirming care.
  • Payment accepted: Private pay through debit card, credit card, HSA/FSA card. Sliding scale and superbills available.
  • Amelia’s message: I’m an openly autistic counselor based in Cleveland, OH. My focus is on supporting people who have experienced differences related to autism, ADHD, OCD, trauma, LGBTQIA+, trans and gender diversity, chronic health and disability. As someone with lived experience in several of these groups, I am passionate about creating spaces to support and empower others within these communities.
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Gene Dockery

Gene Dockery, PhD, LPCC, LMHC, NCC (they/them)

  • Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in OH and Licensed Mental Health Counselor in WA
  • Gene offers individual teletherapy services for adults and children
  • Gene’s message: I specialize in queer neurodivergence which is the intersection of nonnormative genders/sexualities and neurological differences. I approach counseling as a collaborative process that centers empowerment, validation, and social justice from an anti-oppressive lens.
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  • Phone: (206) 588-6601
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!”
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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
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  • 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.”
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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
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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: Online therapy works really well for many people, because it is convenient, accessible, and you are able to stay in your personal space, which is where you want to see changes happen! In my practice, I strive to create a space that is genuine, comfortable, and grounded in connection. I like to be integrative in my work with clients, pulling from frameworks like positive psychology, geek therapy, neuroscience, narrative therapy and other creative approaches. Clients often seek my services when traditional therapy has not proven beneficial, or they feel like something was missing. I tend to work with neurodivergent individuals, LGBTQIA+ persons, those who have have experienced trauma, and sleep disorders & dreamwork. Diagnosed as neurodivergent in my early 30s, and having experienced 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.
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  • Phone: 740-231-2188
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Lauren Strawn

Lauren Strawn, LISW-S (she/they)

  • Licensed Independent Social Worker with Supervisor Designation in Ohio (License I.2203922)
  • Services: Individual telehealth for adults
  • Lauren specializes in working with other neurodivergent individuals with an emphasis on late in life ADHD and ASD diagnoses. As an Autistic/ADHD therapist, Lauren approaches therapy from the social model: you are not broken or damaged, but live in a world that has many oppressive systems in place. These systems can make it hard for anyone to truly thrive without accommodation and self-compassion, especially neurodivergent individuals who have a variety of unique sensory, social, and emotional needs.
  • Lauren also specializes in working with trans and gender diverse individuals and can provide WPATH letters of support for gender affirming surgeries. These specialties very frequently overlap, and Lauren is proud to provide competent and affirming care while acknowledging intersectionality.
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Laurie Sparks-Dennison

Laurie Sparks-Dennison, LISW-S, RYT-200

  • I.1901512-SUPV Ohio/USA
  • Offering individual, family, group, 100% teletherapy, parent and professional consultation.
  • Laurie’s message: Hey, I’m Laurie and I’m a neurodivergent therapist. I’ve always been drawn to other humans who march to the beat of their own drum. I approach support through a trauma-informed, neurodivergent/ gender-affirming and culturally sensitive lens and my goal is to meet people where they’re at and help clients to build a life that’s meaningful to them. I’m also fully EMDR and Reiki I trained and a Registered Yoga Teacher with an obsession for making mindfulness feel accessible for everybody. I believe that autistic rights are human rights and all neurodivergent brains should be respected and valued. I look at therapy as a collaboration to support people in building a life that feels good to them by following their lead and magnifying their au-someness, rather than focusing on their challenges. I love supporting humans and families that are non-traditional and who choose to color outside of the lines. I am unschooling supportive, gender-affirming, always culturally seeking, and welcoming to LGBTQIA+ humans.
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  • Phone: 614-412-2258
  • Facebook: @Sparks Therapy + Wellness
Jasany Jenkins

Jasany Jenkins, LISW (she/her)

  • LISW in Ohio (coaching elsewhere)
  • Services: TWJ provides individual therapy and group workshops virtually
  • Jasany’s message: Therapy w. Jasany’s mission is to improve the quality of life of minority individuals at the intersection of neurodivergence. TWJ aims to increase access to neurodevelopmental assessment, education, community support, and advocacy.
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  • Instagram: @NDTonIG
  • Facebook: Therapy w. Jasany
Michael “Alec” Ramsey

Michael “Alec” Ramsey, LMFT, IMFT (he/him)

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Georgia and Licensed Independent Marriage and Family Therapist in Ohio
  • Services: Adult Population, Individual Therapy, Teletherapy Only
  • Alec’s message: I specialize in treating ADHD, PTSD, Addiction, Mood Disorders, and Grief. My early career was spent in Addiction Rehabilitation facilities where I learned that not only were all those folks suffering from mental health symptoms adjacent to addiction, but that I loved helping people heal from, solve, and/or manage those adjacent issues. I also learned about my own ADHD brain, and saw how pervasive the neurodivergent person was in the facilities I worked in. So, I got myself trained in EMDR to help people with trauma; I got myself trained in DBT to better target mood and personality issues; I read every book and attended every seminar I could find about ADHD; and I found as many adjacent trainings as I could to help a wide range of folks from Video Game addiction to Intuitive Eating to Grief. It is my aim to help people who are lost, confused, and/or overwhelmed. My clients show up with little to no understanding of their mental health or how to manage their emotions and behavior after a trauma or why they always fail to live up to expectation. Then, through collaborative effort and better understanding they leave my office with clarity and the tools to manage themselves in a way consistent with their own values and expectations.
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  • I accept most major insurance providers. $125 per session out-of-pocket rate. Some sliding scale availability on request.
Levana Slabodnick

Levana Slabodnick, LISW-S, LCSW (she/her)

  • LISW-S, LCSW licensed in Ohio and Florida, USA
  • I offer individual therapy and telehealth
  • Therapy works best when you relate to and trust your therapist. I use my training, education and lived experience to support you through the challenges you face and reach the goals that you identify for yourself. You are the expert on yourself and my role is to provide a safe space to grow, learn and most importantly accept who you are right now. I work with people who have felt like outsiders for a variety of reasons, such being Autistic, ADHD, Fat, traumatized, LGBTQ or part of other racial or cultural minorities. My approach is to acknowledge the systems that have made you an “other” while finding ways to affirm your identities and truly care for yourself and your needs.
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  • Phone call/text: 614-500-3194
  • IG: @silverliningsoh
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.
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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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Spectrum Mental Health Care

Spectrum Mental Health Care

  • We serve Central Ohio in person and via telehealth for anyone elsewhere in the state.
  • 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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Natasha Brooks

Natasha Brooks, LPCC, LPC (she/hers)

  • Licensure: LPCC in Ohio, LPC in Pennsylvania
  • Services: Individual therapy and autism assessments for adults 18+ (telehealth only)
  • Natasha’s message: Therapy is the most effective when you feel seen and understood. I believe in a therapeutic process that is centered on positive rapport that we build through connection in a safe space where you are valued and respected. As a neurodivergent therapist, I often use my lived experience to build that integral connection. Most importantly, though, we’ll tap into what makes *you* feel connected and safe – humor, interests, experiences… whatever it might be, I’m here to listen and dive in with you.
    • I use an eclectic approach to therapy that entails bits and pieces of Cognitive Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Person-Centered approaches. Working with folks to manage anxiety and panic is a big passion of mine. I also love to help folks through tough life changes surrounding relationships, work, and family. Being able to witness the moment where it “clicks” for clients when exploring neurodivergence and different aspects of identity is also particularly fulfilling! My practice will always be a space that is neurodiversity affirming, anti-racism, and an LGBTQIA+ ally.
    • I provide individual therapy for those 18+ living in Ohio and Pennsylvania. I do not contract with insurance companies, so all therapy sessions are private pay at a rate of $135 per session. I also offer autism assessments for adults. Please feel free to reach out with any questions, and I’ll be happy to help!
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  • Phone: (614) 681-8727
Crystal Carmany

Crystal Carmany, PCC, LMFT (she/her)

  • Licensure: Professional Clinical Counselor and and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (Ohio). Licensed Professional Counselor (Michigan).
  • Services: Teletherapy for adults and teens.
  • Payment: Private pay. HSA accepted. Super bills provided for out-of-network reimbursement
  • Crystal’s message: I believe that there is no ‘one-size fits all’ in therapy. My mission is to tailor counseling to each person that I work with to help them build on their unique gifts, strengths and to walk their unique path. I strive to offer a safe and affirming environment to help you to not only teach your goals, but to thrive.
    • I specialize in holistic, online therapy for chronic illness, pain, and trauma that is LGBTQIA+ anti-racist, and neurodivergent affirming. I have training in EMDR, Pain Reprocessing Therapy, trauma-informed clinical yoga, and psychedelic integration. I am currently training in Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy as well as clinical herbalism.
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  • Phone: (234)303-0661
Dave Payne

Dave Payne, LPCC (he/him)

  • Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Ohio (E.0800292), Kentucky (103091), & Florida (TPMC1056); Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Certified Clinical Service Provider (ADHD-CCSP)
  • Services: Online Assessment & Treatment/Coaching for Adults with ADHD; Online Couples Counseling using Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT).
  • Dave’s message: As a person who has ADHD myself, I offer firsthand understanding of how challenging it can be to live with ADHD long-term, as well as the day-to-day issues that can arise. I provide adults the chance to talk with someone who understands the common struggles of living with ADHD; receive a personalized evaluation identifying their specific needs and challenges; and then learn new concepts and techniques to help their neurodiverse brain work most effectively in the neurotypical parts of their world. I am an LGBTQIA+ Ally, and I am actively involved in social justice work in my community.
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Jennifer Archable

Jennifer Archable, LPC

  • Licensure: LPC (Ohio, U.S.A.), Certified Autplay Provider, Certified Integrative Mental Health Provider, Certified Autplay Provider, and Certified The Listening Program and Movement Program Provider
  • Services: Individual children and families of child clients-in-person and teletherapy
  • Payment accepted:
    • 1 st source is to book and pay with me through Hopscotch. I am able to accept some insurances through them. But not Medicaid.
      • The insurance panels I am on through Hopscotch are: Anthem, ComPsych, Optum, Oscar Health, UnitedHealthcare UHC | UBH
    • Otherwise, payment is Private pay. I can accept Cash, Debit, credit or HSA Cards through Square.
  • Jennifer’s message: Hello, I am Ms. Jen and I believe we are all different by design. I love to partner with families like yours to help children who may be struggling with issues commonly associated with ADHD, Autism, Sensory Processing Differences, PANS/PANDAS, mood disorders, and trauma. My Integrative, playful approach takes some of the heaviness that can come with counseling away, while building a sense of safety and connection. I am excited to partner with you to go from chaos to connection and from surviving to thriving!
    • I help neurodivergent children find their light through my integrative, playful approach.
      • Play Therapy & Artistic expression, CBT, DBT, Bilateral Stimulation, Neuroacoustic Music Therapy, Biofeedback/Neurofeedback, Therapeutic Nutrition, Advocacy Assistance, Parent & Family Support
  • Phone: 440-416-9753
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Mema Mansouri

Neurodiverse Counseling, LLC

  • Head of Practice: Mema Mansouri, LICSW, ADHD-CCSP, ASDCS (she/her)
  • Neurodiverse Counseling, LLC is a collaborative group of therapists dedicated to serving individuals from diverse backgrounds. We are a team of neurodivergent, BIPOC, multilingual, and LGBTQIA+ therapists committed to fostering inclusion and connectedness.
  • With a focus on neurodiversity, we provide online therapy services to individuals across multiple states, including MA, FL, DC, OH, VT, PA, and ME. Our goal is to create safe spaces where clients can be themselves, offering results-focused and evidence-based support to promote positive outcomes.
  • Discover the right therapist for your needs through our free 20-minute consultations. Meet our therapists and find someone who resonates with your style and preferences.
  • Request an appointment through our website:
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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Shelby Cook

Shelby Cook, LISW-S (she/her)

  • Licensure: LISW-S (I.2103115-SUPV) in Ohio
  • Services: Cook Counseling and Consulting Inc. is a group of highly trained professionals providing mental health services based in Columbus, Ohio. We work with individuals, couples, and families across the lifespan, with a focus on young adults. We are also experts in LGBTQIA+ and ENM/ polyamory.
  • Payment accepted: At Cook Counseling and Consulting Inc., we are in-network with Aetna, Anthem BCBS, AllOne Health EAP, Cigna and Cigna EAP, Medicaid, Oxford, Oscar, Optum and Optum EAP, SpringHealth EAP, Tricare, United Healthcare, UMR, Wellspring EAP. If you do not have one of these health insurances, our fees range from $150-$175.
  • Shelby’s message: Cook Counseling and Consulting Inc. specializes in treating anxiety, depression, trauma, and life transitions. We work with people of all ages, couples, and families. We provide therapy and medication management services for various mental health symptoms and concerns. We are particularly interested in taking a holistic approach.
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  • Phone: 614-835-6068
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Avery Neal

Avery Neal, LSW (they/them/theirs)

  • Licensure: LSW (S.2207583) in Ohio. I am under the supervision of Dr. Emiley Morton LISW-S, I.1800926-SUPV.
  • Services: Individual Therapy both in person and via telehealth
  • Payment accepted: Private Pay – $120 per session. I offer superbills for individuals to submit to their insurance provider.
  • Avery’s message: I am a neurodivergent therapist who does their best work with adults who experience the cumulative effects of microaggressions steeped in oppressive attitudes. I enjoy assisting clients with clarifying their most cherished values and helping them construct enforceable boundaries to protect their peace.
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  • Phone: 937-907-0027
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Tiffany Shields

Tiffany Shields, CT (She/Hers)

  • Licensure: Counseling Trainee (C.2304661-TRNE) in Ohio. Supervised by Julie Hazel, LPCC-S (E.2102464-SUPV).
  • Services you offer: My career goals include continuing to provide individual services and also branching out into creating autistic support groups and providing community education on autism from a neurodiversity acceptance stance.
  • Payment accepted: I see clients at a reduced intern fee that is out of pocket or as pro bono.
  • Tiffany’s message: I am an autistic counseling intern who is eager to help individuals who are coming into their neurodivergent identities in adulthood and helping them navigating seeing themselves and their world through this new lens. My modalities include DBT, gestalt, IFS, and feminist theories.
Chaundra Knight

Chaundra Knight, LPC (she/her)

  • Licensure: LPC (C.2204665) in Ohio. Supervised by Doris Sigel LPCC-S.
  • Services: Neurodivergent affirming Mental health services, EMDR, Adult ADHD/Autism, cPTSD/PTSD, TBI, Trauma, Psychosis, Anxiety, Depression, Career Counseling, Chronic Illness, Chronic Pain, Dual Diagnosis, Addiction, Anger Management, Learning disabilities, Intellectual disabilities, Neurodivergent Parenting, Self-Esteem/Self-worth, and Transgender/LGBTQ+
  • Payment accepted: Sliding Scale, Pro Bono and Private Pay
  • Chaundra’s message: Hi, I’m Chaundra and I’m a neurodivergent therapist that affirms and advocates for my community to be seen, heard and understood. I have been in the Mental health field for over twenty years and strive every day for all neurodivergents to live life on their own terms. Let me help you build the place where you have space.
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  • Phone: 3309450231
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Baylee Swank

Baylee Swank, LSW (She/Her)

  • Licensure: LSW (S.2207447) in Ohio
  • Services: Telehealth through Reclaimed Divergence. Telehealth and In-Person sessions through Gabriel Group Counseling, LLC in Middleburg Heights and Lakewood.
  • Payment accepted: Self pay at $120 per session with sliding scale options as needed through Reclaimed Divergence. Most major Ohio insurances, including Medicaid, through Gabriel Group Counseling.
  • Baylee’s message: Hi, I’m Baylee (she/her), a neurodivergent therapist in Ohio, specializing in trauma, especially with late-diagnosed neurodivergent individuals. My approach is identity-affirming and collaborative, centered on the belief that everyone deserves the chance to heal and become their best self. I strive to support you on your journey, acknowledging the challenging impacts on your life and helping you rediscover your voice. As an empowerment-focused therapist, I meet individuals where they are, recognizing them as the experts of their own experiences. I bring my authentic self to sessions, fostering a safe and judgment-free space for healing. If you’re seeking support, please reach out—I’m here to help you take charge of your healing journey.
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  • Phone: 440-941-3857
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Alexandra Vassar

Alexandra Vassar (they/them)

  • Licensure: OH License: COBA.00727. NC License: 523.
  • Services Offered: Direct Services (in-home, telehealth or community environmental analysis and modification), Parent Consultation (in-home/community for OH only), staff training and organizational consulting
  • Payments accepted: currently accepting private pay with same day or next day discounts of 80% and 50% respectively
  • Alexandra’s message: I’m about as non-traditional as you can get as someone certified as a behavior analyst. I focus on analysis of the environment, and working with folks to create more accessible spaces, considering as many needs of the individual and their family as possible. I’m queer, trans, hard of hearing, and multiply disabled myself, so I practice from a lived experience model of “evidence”. I am trained in Ukeru, which enables me to work with folks who need support navigating distressed behaviors including aggression and self-injury. I understand that these kinds of behaviors are survival habits that serve a purpose.
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  • Phone: (937) 249-0207
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Jinger Kinner

Jinger Kinner, MFT, LPCC (they/she)

  • Licensure: MFT (m. 2100198) and LPCC (E.2202819) in Ohio
  • Services: I primarily offer individual therapy for adults. Occasionally I work with couples and families on a case by case basis.
  • Payment accepted: Our group practice, The Relationship Center of Northeast Ohio, accepts BCBS, Medical Mutual, Optum/UHC, Aetna, Cigna, some SummaCare plans, Caresource Medicaid, and Ambetter Buckeye Marketplace plans. We also have private pay and sliding scale options.
  • Jinger’s message: I aim to help others work with “what they got”. I use some evidence-based approaches while also believing in the importance of lived experience. I primarily focus on helping you understand yourself better, to be kinder to yourself, and to live your life according to your values. I have specializations in working with OCD and anxiety and approach therapy from a harm reduction lens.
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  • Phone: 330-497-2452
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Gina Mariani

Gina Mariani, LISW (she/her)

  • Licensure: Licensed Independent Social Worker (I. 2203731) in Ohio
  • Services offered: Individual therapy
  • Payment accepted: Most commercial insurances and Anthem Medicaid.
  • Gina’s message: I am a neurodiverse therapist that loves working within the neurodivergent population utilizing an affirming and strengths based approach. We will focus on your healing through a holistic, trauma informed lens to find ways to honor your unique strengths while working to navigate systems that are not designed for our brains. Topics that may be explored together include masking, pathological demand avoidance, alexithymia, executive dysfunction, etc. I use skills from polyvagal theory, parts work, EFT tapping, and somatic exercises in my practice.
  • Phone: 567-694-6632
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