WHAT WE ARE ALL ABOUT

Our shared mission

We're a group of therapists who have come together to:
 

  • treat the neurodiverse community with respect,
     

  • develop a robust set of tools to help neurodiverse couples,
     

  • approach neurodiverse healing from a strength-based approach,
     

  • ​we understand that the trauma of past misunderstanding needs to be healed in a gentle way,​
     

  • share best-practices for neurodiverse therapy amongst the team so we can offer you a beneficial experience, and
     

  • offer integrated therapy where the couple and both individuals can each get their own counselor; yet, the therapy itself is synchronized to move to the same goals.

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Meet the Team

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MA, Registered Associate, MFTA #126006

Supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, LMFT #53452

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MA, Registered Associate, AMFT#124635, APCC#9331

Supervised by Claudio Silva, LMFTA #82582

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MA, Registered Associate, MFTA #114045

Supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, LMFT #53452

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MA, Registered Associate, MFTA #127004

Supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, LMFT #53452

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MA, Registered Associate, MFTA #119664

Supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, LMFT #53452

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MA, Registered Associate, MFTA #122672

Supervised by Claudio Silva, LMFTA #82582

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MA, Registered Associate, MFTA #117725, APCC #7649

Supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, LMFT #53452

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PsyD, LMFT #53452

Clinical Director

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MA, Registered Associate, MFTA #117320

Supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, LMFT #53452

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MA, Registered Associate, MFTA #126705

Supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, LMFT #53452

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MA, Registered Associate, MFTA #124546, APCC #9260

Supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, LMFT #53452

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“The concept of neurodiversity provides a paradigm shift in how we think about mental functioning. Instead of regarding large portions of the American public as suffering from deficit, disease, or dysfunction in their mental processing, neurodiversity suggests that we instead speak about differences in cognitive functioning.”

Dr. Thomas Armstrong