Therapist Neurodiversity Collective

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Authentic Therapy Services LLC
Jenn Sevier, LPC, LCPC, NCC
Phone: (717) 819-9500
Address: 35 S Duke Street, York, PA 17401 (*all services conducted via telehealth)
Email: info@authentictherapyservices.com
Website: www.authentictherapyservices.com

Authentic Therapy Services provides neurodiversity- affirming, LGBTQIA-affirming, and trauma-informed virtual mental health counseling and assessment services for clients in Pennsylvania and Maryland. Owned by an openly Autistic and ADHD therapist, Authentic Therapy Services offers person-centered support guided by values of authenticity, curiosity, compassion, and self-advocacy that emphasizes clients as the ultimate authority on their own lived experiences. Practice specializations include Autism, ADHD, late diagnosis/identification, complex trauma, demand avoidance, neurodivergent burnout recovery, and identity exploration. I provide neurodivergent-affirming, gender-affirming, and trauma-informed individual psychotherapy for adults.  I specialize in working with late-diagnosed adults.  Additional services include professional consultation and assessment integration. 

Jo Grey, MSS, LSW
Philadelphia, PA, USA

Licensed Social Worker (SW141558) & Psychotherapist
Email: jogreysw@gmail.com
Website: https://linktr.ee/jogreylsw
Phone: (856) 438-0457

I am a trans and nonbinary therapist with lived experience of neurodivergence, queerness, disability, and mental health challenges. I’ve been in recovery (and active in recovery communities) for over 20 years. I’m also a therapy client (since I was young) which informs my thinking as a therapist. I am a pluralistic and client-centered therapist who cares deeply about providing neurodivergent-affirming and trauma-informed care. I don’t believe that as a therapist, I can claim to be a “safe” person, or promise a “safe” space – only clients can tell us what feels safe for them. My hope is to collaborate with clients to co-create a “safe-r” (“safe enough”) space for them to practice relating in new ways with themselves and others, and to experience feeling accepted, seen, respected, known, and celebrated.