I'm Kristen McClure, a seasoned Licensed Clinical Social Worker with nearly three decades of dedicated service. My journey began with a focus on the unique mental health needs of women and children, an area that has remained close to my heart as I've expanded my practice to include a broader spectrum of individuals. Today, I specialize in working with ADHD women of all ages, drawing from my personal and professional experiences with neurodiversity to offer a deeply empathetic and understanding approach.

Having navigated the complexities of a neurodiverse family, I bring a unique perspective to my practice. This personal connection to neurodiversity enriches my understanding and ability to support those facing similar challenges, including the nuanced interplay between ADHD and hormonal changes, such as those experienced during menopause. Recognizing the significant impact of these changes on mental health, I am committed to helping women navigate these transitions with knowledge and compassion.

In addition to hormonal considerations, my work emphasizes the importance of advocacy. I understand the obstacles neurodivergent individuals often encounter in seeking understanding and support in various contexts, from personal relationships to professional environments. My therapy sessions, available virtually to clients in North Carolina and South Carolina, are designed to:

  • Develop effective self-support strategies tailored to the unique needs of neurodivergent women.
  • Encourage the discovery and utilization of personal strengths.
  • Promote self-advocacy, empowering women to seek the understanding and accommodations they deserve.
  • Cultivate self-compassion, especially in the face of societal challenges and transitions.
  • Guide clients toward living authentically, in harmony with their values and neurodiversity.
  • Foster trust in the wisdom of their emotions and body, acknowledging the impact of hormonal changes on well-being.

As a Neurodivergent-Affirming Therapist, I deeply believe in the value and richness that neurodiversity brings to our lives. My aim is not only to help my clients navigate a world that often feels misaligned with their unique perspectives but also to celebrate their neurodivergence as a source of strength and individuality.

As a member of APSARD, CHADD, the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA), and ACO, I am committed to staying at the forefront of neurodiversity advocacy and support.


You can learn more about my journey and credentials by exploring my resume here. Also, feel free to check out my newsletter. For any queries or further information, please don't hesitate to reach out to me at kristenlynnmcclure@gmail.com.

Warm regards, Kristen McClure

I am currently a member of APSARD, CHADD the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA), and ACO.

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