NCC, LAPC, M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, United States
NCC, LAPC, M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Practitioner identifies as: ADHD, Autistic, PDA
Practitioners' Race and/or Ethnicity: Biracial (Black/White)
Gender and/or sexuality: Queer Cis-Female
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Have you felt like forming and maintaining relationships, engaging in consistent self-care, or basic adulting is harder for you than those around you? Do you feel like you’re never quite able to “be yourself,” or even understand what that might look like? Do you feel you’re either “too much” or “not enough?”

Whether you’re in the early days of exploring a potential neurodivergent identity, or processing a recent self or formal neurodivergent diagnosis, we may be a good fit. I’m passionate about supporting clients through this process and the complex emotions that come with it. You may feel the excitement, curiosity, and validation of finally understanding more about who you are. You may feel the grief and anger for the time you’ve spent feeling othered or broken.

In our time together, we’ll explore ways to pursue a lifestyle that better aligns with your unique needs. Our work together will help you:

– Find confidence in navigating healthy relationships
– Learn how to self-advocate
– Identify neurodivergent-affirming people and spaces
– Escape the loop of high achievement and burnout
– Become more attuned with the needs of your nervous system and obtain the skills and resources to better regulate its responses

​My approach is challenging yet supportive, direct yet affirming. I emphasize the importance of my clients’ autonomy and weave lessons of self-advocacy within oppressive systems into my therapy interventions. I often encourage my clients to provide feedback on our therapy relationship, adapting my approach to better serve their needs without perpetuating those oppressive systems as well. I avoid holding too tightly to certain restrictive and antiquated rules of professionalism, and let my personality shine through. My clients are able to bring their entire selves into the therapy space: their personality, lived experiences, and identities won’t be shoved in a drawer. I believe self-disclosure is an authentic presentation of what makes us human and is a beautiful and powerful component of our work together.

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