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  • Neurodivergent? A Self-Discovery Guidebook COMING SOON!

    Difficult Roads Often Lead to Beautiful Destinations

    Life isn’t always easy. Sometimes, even the strongest people amongst us need a little bit of help. Therapists are here to provide you compassionate, competent care. A good therapist can identify and encourage your strengths to help you reach your personal goals.

    Do you struggle to:

    1. Connect with your spouse, non-sexually or sexually?
    2. Understand your own needs and communicate them in relationships?
    3. Make and keep friendships?
    4. Stay focused at work?
    5. Handle the stress of parenting?
    6. Cope with change?
    7. Fight fairly in marriage?

    Everyone faces difficult challenges at some point. These challenges are often greater and more intense for neurodivergent people. You don’t have to feel broken, overwhelmed, or alone anymore! There’s no shame in seeking therapy support from someone who truly “gets” you. This can actually help you live your best life.

    Brain differences such as ADHD/ADD, Aspergers/Autism, Dyslexia, learning disabilities, and others are real and important. And whether you struggle with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relationship dissatisfaction, or any other issue on top of this…you should know that there’s hope for a better tomorrow.

    Individual therapy, couple therapy, or even online retreats can help improve your most important relationship first — the one you have with your own brain! Being proactive in your relationship by choosing pre-engagement or pre-marital therapy lets you know yourself and your partner better prior to taking the next big step. All these opportunities can pave the way to greater life satisfaction and relationship success. And they’re all available online! If you’re a Georgia (USA) resident over the age of 18, contact us today.

    Kelli D. Willard, MA LMFT

    As a pro-neurodiversity professional, Kelli enjoys being an energetic partner in the online therapy room. She’s a Gifted ADHDer with sensory processing differences and other colorful brain qualities. Her neurodiverse family includes a Gifted husband of 17 years, twice exceptional (2e) elementary-aged children, and a bright orange bearded dragon.

    Kelli’s education and 12+ years of therapy experience give her specialized skills meant to encourage you towards a healthier relationship with your brain. She believes the health of this relationship sets the stage for every other relationship.

    Kelli loves the Lord and integrates Christian principles in her work. She holds a MA in Marriage & Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University with a specialization in Christian Sex Therapy. She is a Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT) and a recently published author.

    Her latest project is a therapeutic workbook entitled Neurodivergent? A Self-Discovery Guidebook.