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Jory Wilson

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Neurodiverse Couples

One of the many tricks the human mind likes to play is convincing us that:

"I am the only one.” 

More specifically, we often tell ourselves:

"I am the only one who… thinks like this, acts like this, looks like this, struggles with this kind of thinking."

For those experiencing the challenges of navigating a neurodiverse relationship, it can feel isolating.  That was most certainly true for me in my neurodiverse marriage.  There was tremendous power for my wife and I in naming our neurodiversity. This allowed us to feel seen and affirmed. Even though we struggled with our communication, our daily habits, our differences, and our life together, our understanding gave us a path forward.  This allowed us to begin to see one another with compassion and grace.  

Hi, I am Jory Wilson, a dedicated couples counselor with a focus on supporting neurodiverse couples. `I help couples with the dynamics of relationships where one or both partners are neurodivergent. My practice is built on a deep appreciation for the complexities of neurodiversity, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, and sensory processing differences, and how these aspects influence relationship interactions. My holistic approach not only addresses the challenges but also highlights the strengths that neurodiversity brings into relationships. My objective is to empower couples to gracefully manage their differences and to build robust, resilient partnerships that celebrate both individuality and unity.

Sex Addiction and Neurodiversity

In addition to my focus on neurodiverse relationships, I have developed a specialization in addressing the complexities of sex addiction within these unique partnerships. Understanding that sex addiction can present distinct challenges in the context of neurodiversity, I approach therapy with sensitivity to the nuances of how neurodivergent traits can intersect with addictive behaviors.

My goal is to help individuals and couples navigate the intricacies of sex addiction by fostering healthy communication, establishing boundaries, and rebuilding trust. I employ a compassionate, non-judgmental approach, blending therapeutic techniques such as IFS (Internal Family Systems), EFT (Emotion-Focused Therapy) and mindfulness-based strategies to support recovery and healing.

My work with neurodiverse couples and individuals facing sex addiction is rooted in the belief that every person and relationship has the capacity for growth and transformation. By creating a supportive and understanding environment, I aim to empower my clients to explore their behaviors, understand the underlying causes of addiction, and develop coping mechanisms that align with their values and relationship goals. Recognizing the importance of tailored interventions, I collaborate closely with each client to craft personalized treatment plans that address both neurodiversity and sex addiction, working towards a future where both individuals and their relationships can thrive.

My Personal Story

In a world that told me I needed to pick myself up by my bootstraps and tough it out I decided, after not being able to stuff emotions any longer, to go a different route.  I left my career to focus on healing the deep wounds that I was not even able to name. That led to personal and couples therapy that forever changed my life for the better. 

I was so profoundly impacted by my experiences in therapy that I wondered if I could participate in the healing journey for others the way my therapist did for me.  I decided to pursue a career in psychotherapy in efforts to extend the hand of compassion that was so lovingly extended to me.  Make no mistake about it, the work of change is the hardest thing I’ve ever done, but it is also the most rewarding.  

I am living proof that couples therapy can have a profound impact on a relationship.  My wife and I are living some of the most present and grateful years of our life as we raise a child together.  We both entered our relationship with wounds that run incredibly deep, but the courageous work of change can heal in ways that I never imagined.  If that is true in my life, then it is true for you as well.  


  • Sex Addiction

  • Internet Addiction

  • Affair Recovery

  • Trauma

  • OCD


  • IFS (Internal Family Systems)

  • EFT (Emotion-Focused Therapy)

  • Person Centered Therapy

  • Trauma Informed Therapy


  • Couples

  • Individuals

  • Teens

  • Families

  • Group Therapy

License and Employment
  • ​Registered Associate Marriage Family Therapist, AMFT #145913

  • Supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, LMFT #53452

  • Employed by New Path Couples Therapy Inc.

Specialty areas:

Addiction, Sex, Christian, Affairs

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