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Neurodivergence Therapy

ADHD (Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder), anxiety, OCD (Obsessive-compulsive disorder), and depression are very common within the LGBTQIA+ communities. As a result, the iAmClinic team is highly skilled and equipped to identify the right treatment for your mental health needs. When it feels like there is no hope, we’ve got your back

What to expect

Neurodivergence is complex and that is why we provide top-tier treatment options. We use  clinical assessments to understand your symptoms, triggers, and ultimately uncover the right diagnosis so we can implement the right treatment plan.

  • Oftentimes, we use an EEG (electroencephalogram) to create a brain map that shows us which form of neurodivergence is present in your brain. We use that map in neurofeedback, which uses tiny sensors that feed information of your brain’s activity to a computer.
  • From there we can train many versions of neurodivergence out of your brain’s activity.
  • In addition to neurofeedback, somatic-based therapies allow the nervous systems to return back to a healthy baseline, relieving the body of depression, obsessions, hypervigilance, anxiety and chronic stress.
  • We are equipped to treat your mental health needs with a variety of treatment options to ensure you get the care you need. 

Neurodivergence Counseling FAQs

When selecting a therapist, it’s important to consider their experience and specialization in working with neurodivergent individuals, their approach to understanding neurodiversity, accommodations for sensory sensitivities, therapeutic techniques, collaboration with clients, cultural competence, community resources, communication methods, client feedback, and logistical considerations.

Seek information about sensory-friendly office environments, remote or teletherapy options, and accommodations for diverse communication styles and mobility challenges.

Inquire about the therapist’s familiarity with approaches like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Neurofeedback, and other evidence-based methods relevant to neurodiversity.

Look for evidence of the therapist’s cultural competence and understanding of how intersections with race, gender identity, sexual orientation, and other aspects of identity may impact the experiences of neurodivergent individuals.

Discuss the therapist’s communication methods, flexibility in using alternative communication means, and establishment of boundaries to ensure a supportive and respectful therapeutic relationship.

We often say that it is our job to work ourselves out of a job. In that light, therapy sessions are collaborations between you and your therapist. We first want to earn your trust by being safe, well-trained, and capable. As the therapeutic process takes shape, it becomes a working relationship, much like teamwork. We often provide psychological education on certain behavioral patterns or relational dynamics and provide safe feedback that will help you grow in a safe environment. We also take great pride in showing up authentically, so you’ll get to know your therapist as much as we get to know you. We affirm what research tells us time and time again: It is the therapeutic relationship that is most important. As a result, therapy sessions are more of a safe place to be challenged, to be heard, and to be allowed to be honest with how you show up in the world. 

The length of therapy deepens on what you would like to address and how deep you want to go. Many people like to address a specific issue, while others want to reach a new level of wholeness. Although a specific number of sessions cannot be determined, you can work closely with your therapist to get the most out of every minute you are with us.

We have a wide range of experienced therapists who offer a variety of price points. Depending on what you would like to address and how deep you’d like to go, therapy will range in price. If you’d like to set a free consultation with a therapist, they will help give you an anticipated range of the cost. 

Yes. Therapy, especially therapy with queer, trans, or allied therapists, can be helpful in giving you tools to cope with, desensitizing reactions, and finding confidence to deal with discrimination and stigma. We often act as advocates when it is appropriate and help you find resources that offer support and assistance. In terms of therapy, we can use modalities like EMDR or Breathwork to help you gain the skills and insights to help you stand firm in a heterosexist, cisgendered world.

There is no out-of-pocket costs.

There is no cap or requirement under Medicaid.

You will need to provide your Medicaid number so benefits can be verified

We will need to verify your coverage and an that you are in our RAE

Yes you can. While we do spend time in our initial consult to fit you to your perfect therapist, you can absolutely switch at any time.

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