Neurodivergent Therapy

We provide a safe space for you to explore your experience and normalize your unique brain function!

Colorful brain representing neurodiversity

What Does It Mean To Be Neurodivergent?

Neurodivergent people can often feel like outsiders in a world made for “neurotypical” brains.

This may lead to feeling isolated, like the world is not made to include you, and that you need to hide aspects of what makes you uniquely you- the way that YOU see the world. We see you!

Your brain processes people, places, and surroundings differently. This can result in doubting your personal strengths and abilities.

Feeling unseen in a society that expects neurotypical processing can result in feelings of frustration, sadness, and disconnection from others. Your struggles may arise in work, academic, and social settings, to name a few.

Perhaps you’re still exploring what neurodivergence means. If you’re reading this, then you are likely thinking that your brain processes the world “differently.”

There is NOTHING wrong with you. We are here to help you better understand the unique ways that your brain functions.

Reasons to Start Therapy for Neurodivergence

Neurodivergence is the term that explains that brains process in a different (read: not wrong) way from what is considered “typical.”

Our hope for neurodivergent therapy is to provide a safe space for you to explore your experience while normalizing that all brains function differently and can be appreciated.

  • You’ve noticed that it can be difficult for you to pick up on social cues or to communicate effectively and that is having an impact on your ability to form and maintain friendships.
  • You are sensitive to things like light, sound, or touch, which makes certain environments overwhelming or uncomfortable for you.
  • Planning, organizing, or time management feels overwhelming.
  • Your emotions feel BIG.
  • “Basic” daily tasks feel overstimulating.
  • If you are a student, maybe the traditional classroom setting is a challenge.

Nurture Your Cognitive Diversity

We are here to help you better understand the unique ways that your brain functions with:

Frequently Asked Questions

Therapy can be incredibly helpful for neurodiverse individuals in managing the challenges associated with their condition. Through therapy, individuals can learn strategies to help manage difficult emotions, improve social skills, and develop a greater sense of self-awareness and self-acceptance.

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to therapy for neurodiverse individuals, as everyone’s needs and preferences are unique.

However, some therapeutic approaches that may be particularly helpful for neurodiverse individuals include Neurodivergent-Affirming cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness-based therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).

These therapies are applied with sensory supporting, unique-to the person, strengths-focused perspectives. Our therapists will tailor their approach to meet your specific needs.

We understand that previous negative experiences with therapy can be discouraging. Our therapists are trained to work with individuals who may have had negative experiences in the past, and we strive to create a supportive and validating environment for all of our clients.

We prioritize building a strong therapeutic relationship, and we will work collaboratively with you to determine the best approach for your unique needs.

Our providers do not offer diagnostic testing as we focus on offering quality therapies to
support our clients. We have close relationships with providers, who we are happy to
refer you should diagnostic testing be helpful to support you.

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