We are an agency which began because of the gaps in services in refugee, immigrant and LGBTQIA+ communities in the Midwest. Our founder and Executive Director, Alyssa Clayden, has worked to build our practice to include mental health care for individuals and families living in the US and internationally. We provide interpretation when needed and highly skilled clinicians in all areas of diversity: race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual attraction, family of origin and belief systems. We are deeply committed to addressing social and racial injustice in the mental health care field and in changing practice, policy research and education across the nation and the globe.
ABCD Therapy & Consulting, LLC is truly an agency which believes you, with all of your intersections, are an incredible human navigating a complex world. We value your time, your skills, your needs and your capacities. Contact us today for an opportunity to work with one of our incredible therapists, educators or researchers.
As an organisation, we provide a wide array of services and professional community education and training opportunities. We also engage in research that focuses on community-identified needs and help secure funding for research teams in refugee and immigrant communities. We are deeply committed to anti-racist practices, from our business model to therapy services to community education and advocacy.
Questions? Contact our Founder and Executive Director, Alyssa Clayden at firstname.lastname@example.org
As an organisation, we provide a wide array of services and professional community education and training opportunities.
Mental Health Therapy
Individual, couples and family therapy services for ages 7+. All services are provided online. Insurance and self pay options available.
Consultation & Supervision
Provide group and individual consultation and supervision to clinicians, professional and organisations to minimise burnout and support skill building.
Our team provides Education tailored to each audience is available for individuals, agencies and organisations on a variety of topics and in multiple mental health fields.