Pre-licensed in Pennsylvania (under supervision of Erin C. Diehl PC008888)
Colleen’s message: “I work with neurodivergent womxn with a speciality in trauma. Prior to private practice, I worked in the field of domestic violence and sexual violence for 4 years as a crisis counselor. My passion for neurodiversity and helping womxn heal/empower themselves is what led me to the work that I do today. I feel honored to share and hold space for neurodivergent womxn that share similar experiences to myself. I offer EMDR and Brainspotting. I am also trained in couple’s therapy (Gottman level 1).”
Licensure: LPC in PA, but offers coaching to folks outside of PA.
Services: Offers individual, family, and couples services.
Shira’s message: “I specialize in working with people with eating disorders, disordered eating, and body image concerns, as well as those with substance use and trauma histories. As a queer, neurodivergent therapist, I am passionate about providing LGBTQIA+ and neurodiversity affirming care. My therapeutic approach is informed by the Health At Every Size paradigm, fat liberation, feminism, disability justice, and queer and trans liberation. I believe that healing comes from feeling heard, seen, and valued, and I strive to create a space in which clients can express their full, authentic selves.”
LSW (accruing hours toward LCSW) in PA. License #SW137436 (Supervised by Lisa Wood LCSW license #CW014157)
Individual therapy by telehealth.
Emily’s message: My practice includes individual therapy with adults 18+ focusing on mental health, identity, life transition and burnout concerns. My style is non-pathologizing, collaborative and individualized. I use an anti-oppression social justice framework and believe that problems exist outside of people, not inside of them. My role is to try to be helpful in ways that are personally meaningful to you as you identify what continues to be influential in your life. I identify as queer and neurodivergent and am allied with body positive, sex positive, consensually non-monogamous, kink, and disabled communities. I’m passionate about trauma informed care, the social model of disability and realistic wellness for all of us. Representation matters. As a neurodiversity affirming and LGBQTIA+ welcoming and affirming therapist I’m committed to ongoing training in our communities to offer the safest therapeutic space I can. My own self work includes identifying, challenging, and unlearning narratives that perpetuate systemic harm and participating in the ongoing practice of anti-racism.
80 W. Welsh Pool Rd., Suite 103b, Exton, PA 19341
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.
LPC in the state of Pennsylvania (MS, NCC, LPC, CTMH)
Services: Individual teletherapy
Julianne’s message: I work with neurodivergent folks on problem solving skills, stress management, life transition and just navigating daily life. I know from personal experience that having a differently wired brain presents its own set of unique challenges. I also feel drawn to help others with the grief process associated with being diagnosed with a chronic illness. Grief is a part of the human experience, but it can be hard to make sense of it at times. While I use the modality of CBT, I would say my style more aligns with strength based or solution focused counseling. I also have some knowledge in motivational interviewing.
Licensure: MA LICSW #116184, PA LCSW #CW021154, and LICSW in Vermont
Services: Individual telehealth for Adults 18+ only. MIGDAS-2 assessments now available. Private pay and numerous commercial insurers.
Kristen Catlin, LICSW (she/her), is a licensed Psychotherapist, Psychedelic Integration and Harm Reduction Therapist, and a Recovery Coach. Kristen brings a wealth of personal experience and authenticity that a formal education cannot teach. She has an established reputation for providing Culturally and Neurodivergent-Affirming, client-centered and strengths-based supports. Kristen understands the many ways Intersectionality impacts people’s lives and is a staunch advocate for de-stigmatizing mental health and substance abuse. She is a teacher, trainer, clinical supervisor and a consultant. Kristen identifies as LGBTQIA, in Recovery and is Neurodivergent.
Kristen engages and supports clients throughout their therapy journey with an Integrative/Multi-Modality approach, to better cater the supports and interventions to the client-specific needs, working from a “What matters to you?” vs a “What is the matter with you?” standpoint.
Kristen specializes in working with Adults with ADHD, Autism, CPTSD, Anxiety, Depression, Mood Disorders, SUD and SMI.
Licensure: LPC in Arizona, New Mexico, and Pennsylvania
Services: Individual therapy- telehealth and out of network with insurance providers.
Tena’s message: I work with neurodivergent people to help them understand and accept themselves. It can be difficult to navigate a neurotypical world. I will help you uncover the messages you have absorbed from other people and find those “lightbulb” moments of insight and understanding. We will laugh, cry, and learn together while guiding you towards healing. I tailor treatments to your needs and offer EMDR and DBT as well as other treatments. I’m here to accept you as you are, while also being real with you to help move you towards your goals.
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!
Emily Rudofsky, LCSW (she/they) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in New Jersey and Pennsylvania providing services including both in-person and telehealth individual, family and group therapy.
Services are private pay with the option to receive a superbill for out of network reimbursement from insurance, some sliding scale available as needed.
About Me: I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master’s in Social Work from Rutgers University with intensive training in DBT. I have experience with mood and anxiety symptoms, disordered eating, body image, LGBTQ+ issues, neurodivergent issues, and challenges with adjustment throughout the lifespan. We live in a world that emphasizes a picture of mainstream perfection; encouraging self-criticism, unrealistic expectations, a constant need for productivity, and feelings of shame when this is unsustainable. As someone Queer, Fat, Jewish and Neurodivergent, I understand firsthand how identity and systematic discrimination can play a role in our wellness, as well as how our intersectional identities can bring richness to our lives and relationships. As a therapist, I want to validate and explore the impact our experiences, identities, values and the social/cultural messaging we receive can have on mental health and wellbeing. No two people on this earth are exactly the same, I believe there is no “one size fits all” approach in therapy, and I am dedicated to exploring what works for you without judgement. Let’s work together to find the tools you need to understand and care for yourself with radical self-compassion.
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.
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Licensure: Pre-licensed art therapist working under supervision, providing telehealth throughout state of PA
Services: Offers individual and family services, specializing in art therapy
Maike’s message: I am a therapist specializing in working with neurodivergent, highly sensitive, creative adults who have experienced complex trauma, grief and loss, or professional burnout. I approach counseling from a depth-oriented perspective – this means that our work together will include a “deep dive” into your emotions, core beliefs, attachment style, recurring life patterns, and family of origin in order to gain context of your full story. Together, we will gently approach the questions “what happened to you?” and “what’s next?”. As an art therapist, I weave elements of creative expression into my work to promote new insight towards deep-rooted pain points. I am an integrative practitioner, informed by modalities that promote nervous system regulation, such as polyvagal theory and somatic mindfulness approaches. I am deeply committed to holding a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals of all races, cultures, and sexual/gender identities.
Licensure: Under supervision from Jennifer Matthes, ATR-BC, LPC for clients in Pennsylvania
Services: Individual art therapy, in-person and telehealth
Kate’s message: Whether you’re looking for support, a safe space, someone to help you make sense of everything inside — I’m here to help. You are the expert on yourself and your journey. I’m your guide to give you perspective, dig deeper, and just listen. I celebrate neurodiversity and also understand the challenges that may come with it. Therapy with me looks different for everyone because I will focus on your goals and work with your strengths and needs.
In art therapy, you will have the opportunity to express thoughts and feelings that words can’t capture. We’ll talk about your art and how it connects to you. Maybe you have a past or present that’s hard to talk about. You can let it out in art. Maybe you don’t understand your anxiety. Let’s draw it first. You’ll be surprised too how relaxing and insightful art can be! Asking for support can be challenging. Thank you for taking the next step in taking care of yourself. When you are ready, feel free to reach out. I’m ready to listen.
Payment accepted: Most major insurance plans and private pay options available
Liz’s message: Liz Peace, LPC has been working in the field since 2019, specializing in complex trauma, neurodiverse adults, previously incarcerated adults, and substance use. Liz is LGBTQIA+ and neurodiverse affirming. Modalities she practices include EMDR and IFS.
Licensure: Licensed Professional Counselor PC009782 in Pennsylvania, PMH-C (Perinatal Mental Health Certified)
Services: Individual Psychotherapy, Couples Counseling, Group Psychotherapy (Virtual only)
Payment accepted: Insurance – Aetna, Optum/UHC, BCBS MA. Accepting HSA/FSA and will provide superbills.
Nanette’s message: I have lived experience and professional specialization in maternal mental health, relationships, adult ADHD, and mood disorders such as depression and anxiety. Other common stressors and themes that clients and I work through are life transitions, parenting challenges, job and career dissatisfaction, grief, loss, and overall sense of feeling not “good enough.” As a therapist, I practice from a culturally sensitive, compassion focused, and neuro-affirming lens, utilizing cognitive behavioral and acceptance-based modalities, with trauma informed care and consideration. As a person, I am a cisgender heterosexual AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) woman (she/her/hers). I’m a millennial, I’m a mom, I’m neurodivergent, and many other things. I value social and racial justice, body acceptance, consent and autonomy. I consider myself a HAES-affirming, LGBQTIA+ allied, anti-racist practitioner, aligned with the social model of disability and the neurodiversity paradigm/movement.
Licensure: Licensed Professional Counselor (PC008508) in PA
Services: I provide individual therapy services to adults both in office and via telehealth.
Payment accepted: I accept some insurance plans. I also have a private pay rate and provide superbills to people who wish to submit these to their insurance company.
Christina’s message: I am a board certified art therapist integrating art psychotherapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Compassion Focused Therapy to assist neurodivergent people with managing anxiety, depression, and life direction struggles. I also offer some ADHD coaching, and value geek culture in the therapy room as an avenue for healing. I identify as BIPOC and LGBTQ+.