Beth Thomas (She/Her/Hers)

NCC, LAPC, M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Accepting Clients

Autistic/ADHD, queer, BIPOC clinician ready to support you as you find your way out of survival mode!

Counselor in Atlanta, GA
Supervised by Kimoré Reid, Ed.S, LPC, NCC, CPCS


About My Clients

Have you felt like forming and maintaining relationships, engaging in consistent self-care, or basic adulting is harder for you than those around you? Do you feel like you’re never quite able to “be yourself,” or even understand what that might look like? Do you feel you’re either “too much” or “not enough?” I work with clients of all neurotypes looking to unlearn harmful beliefs and expectations and create a life that better fits their needs.

My Approach to Helping

In our time together, we’ll explore ways to pursue a lifestyle that better aligns with your unique needs. Our work together will help you: find confidence in navigating healthy relationships, learn how to self-advocate, escape the loop of high achievement and burnout, become more attuned with the needs of your nervous system and obtain the skills and resources to better regulate its responses. I avoid holding too tightly to certain restrictive and antiquated rules of professionalism, and let my personality shine through. My clients are able to bring their entire selves into the therapy space: their personality, lived experiences, and identities won’t be shoved in a drawer. I believe self-disclosure is an authentic presentation of what makes us human and is a beautiful and powerful component of our work together.

My Values as a Therapist

Neurodivergent-Affirming: I work with clients to understand their neurotypes and work towards a lifestyle in which they can be their full selves, free from forcing themselves to fit a mold that was never made for them. I see neurodiversity as necessary and valuable, not something to be fixed or cured. I believe self-diagnosis is valid, and lived experience should be valued above outdated research done on populations that lack diversity across all categories. Social Justice Lens: As a neurodivergent, queer, Black, biracial, cisgender female, my professional practice is rooted in leveraging my various identities and privileges alongside themes of resilience, community care, and social justice. I center the values and methods that move counseling towards a practice of cultural affirmation and responsiveness, and away from the myth of “cultural competency” that is traditionally fed to clinicians.

I offer online counseling in the following states:

At A Glance

  • Experience: 4 years of practice
  • Languages: English
  • Rate: $125 - 175/session


(770)-569-3051 Email Beth
1708 Peachtree St NW
Suite 425
Atlanta, GA 30309

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