I offer neurodiversity-affirming individual, relationship, and group therapy for teens through adults. I also offer counseling for parent's/caregiver's of neurodivergent children, teens, and adults. Learn more below, or reach out with any questions or to schedule a free consultation.
All therapy is LGBTQIA+-affirming, poly-affirming, sex-positive, anti-ableist, anti-racist, and culturally sensitive.
Sadness, worry, stress, life transitions, relationship, or executive functioning difficulties: Whatever it is you're working with, you can expect to feel seen, heard, and validated in both your suffering and your wonderful weirdness. Rather than try to 'fix' or 'treat' you, I will walk alongside you as a guide. Together, we will navigate how to uncover your brilliance that, like the sun hidden behind clouds, is only covered up, never destroyed.
All of you is welcome here.
Are you and your partner(s) struggling to communicate? Does one or more of you have difficulty expressing your emotions and/or needs? Is one or more of you feeling unseen, disconnected, or alone? Learn to identify and communicate your needs with clarity and kindness. Understand how to set boundaries and engage in healthy conflict (because no relationship is free from conflict). And build capacity to be seen and see each other in a deeply connected and fulfilling way.
All types of relationships (e.g. romantic, friendship, etc.) and relationship styles (e.g. poly) welcome.
If you're struggling with social anxiety, loneliness, or connection, group therapy could be a great option for you. In a group of neurodivergent folxs, you will practice showing up as your authentic self and learn how to unmask. You will build deep connections and reduce your internalized ableism - learning that your social style is 'different,' not 'wrong.'
Group therapy is just as effective as individual therapy for many people, and can be a great lower-cost option for working together.
Experience ease, trust, and belonging, as you connect with neurodivergent folxs who truly get you.
Has a child you care for (of any age) recently found out that they're neurodivergent? Are you feeling lost, overwhelmed, or sad as you try to connect with them? Do you want to provide a loving, affirming space for them but don't know how?
Through short-term therapeutic work, learn about the neurodiversity paradigm and how you can use it to improve your relationship. Connect with a neurodivergent therapist (Highly Sensitive, Autistic, Gifted) in order to better understand your child's world. Process your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in a compassionate and constructive space. Bring peace, mutual empathy, and connection (back) into your relationship with your child.
Please note that this is not parent coaching. While I do offer practical supports and resources, our work is more focused on your process rather than on your behaviors as a parent/caregiver.
And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom