Licensed Psychologist PSY-CA-31678 in California and 048.0134528TELE in Vermont, USA
Services: Individual, family, telehealth therapy and assessment
Stephanie’s message: I provide therapy and assessment services that help clients better understand themselves and how to advocate for their needs in an ableist, difficult world. I utilize a neurodiversity affirming approach to helping clients ages 5 through adulthood. The vast majority of my clients have overlapping neurodivergent identities and diagnoses (Autism, ADHD, OCD). Much of my research and clinical work focuses on promoting family and school-based support for LGBTQIA+ and neurodivergent youth. I also train professionals in clinics, hospitals, schools, and universities on how to provide culturally responsive neurodiversity- and gender-affirming care. Proudly representing lived experience as a queer, Latina ADHDer.
Licensure: My main state is Florida (license # SW20555). I am also licensed as a telehealth-only provider in Vermont (089.0135007TELE) and SC (TLS 104 CP).
Services: I offer both in-person and virtual individual counseling services to adolescents and adults. In addition to talk therapy, I also offer EMDR.
Rachel’s message: I am a neurodiversity and LGBT+ affirming and identified provider. I value client choice and honor that each client is the expert in their own journey. My work is informed by attachment and neuroscience, exploring how past hurts affect the way your brain functions today. I understand that everyday experiences of oppression create complex trauma over time. I therefore use a trauma-informed approach. Some modalities we may use together include EMDR, feminist therapy, CBT, psychoeducation and holistic coaching depending on your preferences.
LCSW license in New Jersey and Interim Registered Telehealth LICSW in Vermont
Services: Autism assessment and individual psychotherapy for neurodivergent and LGBTQIA+/gender-diverse adults in NJ. Neurodiversity-affirming coaching and disability accommodations consultation available nationwide in the United States.
Dani’s message: Hi, my name is Dani. I am a neurodivergent, queer, biracial woman. I always work from a place of lived-experience. I really care about helping people become intimately aware of their strengths, needs, and differences, and how to build a life that is more supportive and conducive to their uniqueness. I love the disability and queer communities and have been working in this space for over 7 years. I am inspired and amazed every day by my clients and it fills my spirit to connect with people who exist outside of the “norm.” I prioritize creating a safe, unmasked, and positive space for healing and growth to happen.
Licensure: Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Connecticut, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Rhode Island, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Maine, and Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Vermont (interim telehealth until Dec. 2023)
Services: Individual, Family, Couples, and Group counseling (in person and telehealth)
Shaune’s message: About 10 years ago I was going through a difficult time in my life and a therapist said to me “you matter!”. I truly believe that everyone is doing the best they can, “you matter”. Life can be hard. My strength-based, compassionate, and collaborative approach can help support you during these difficult times. I am a retired US Navy Submariner turned Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I have experience working with all ages, families, and couples. I have worked in a variety of settings to include, crisis management, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient. My practice is Neurodiversity affirming, LGBTQIA+ affirming and Veteran supporting. I am available in-person and through tele-health. I invite you to reach out for support!
Services: Individual psychotherapy, couples therapy, groups, clinical consultation and training
Melle’s message: Providing LGBTQIA+, gender expansive affirming, and neurodivergent affirming services to adults and adolescents. Focus is on life transitions, career transition and burnout support, anxiety, trauma, and identity exploration with an anti-oppression lens. I tend to be a good match for medical, mental health, tech and entertainment professionals and college students as well as anyone exploring their LGBTQIA+ and/or ND identity (identities). As my practice supports a lot of trans/gender expansive folx and ADHDers and autistic folx, I also have experience supporting folx navigating life with chronic health/pain issues and OCD. I bring my authentic self as a queer, trans, neurodivergent person, working with a collaborative and engaging style.
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: 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.