Neurodivergent Therapy

Neurodivergence doesn't just look like Sheldon Cooper or Rain Man. We now know  that autistic traits exist on a spectrum, and there are large swaths of people who tend to escape diagnosis. Many of these include BIPOC individuals and people assigned female at birth. Learning about neurodivergence can be a way to let go of beliefs that you are somehow "wrong" or "broken." Together, we can explore ways to work with your neurotype rather than against it. You deserve to be your whole self and find ways to drop the mask. 

“It’s neurotypicals who categorized autism as a social disorder. Autistic people don’t actually lack communication skills, or a drive to connect. We aren’t doomed to forever feel lonely and broken. We can step out of the soul-crushing cycle of reaching for neurotypical acceptance and being rejected despite our best efforts. Instead, we can support and uplift one another, and create our own neurodiverse world where everyone—including neurotypicals—is welcome.”

~Devon Price, Unmasking Autism: Discovering the New Faces of Neurodiversity