I am neurodivergent and I have a Master of Social Work degree from Ferris State University. I have helped neurodivergent children, teens, and adults in a variety of settings for over ten years. I have a long history of working with other neurodivergent individuals to develop the tools that they need to thrive in a world that does not always accept them. I utilize evidence-based talk therapies as well as CBT and mindfulness practices to help clients develop the skills and strategies they need to succeed.
I specialize in working with people dealing with ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, Trauma, Depression, and disability-related issues.
Andrew Kossek, LLMSW
Andrew Kossek is a licensed clinical therapist offering online services. He has a Master of Social Work Degree from Ferris State University and is a Limited Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LLMSW). His goal as a therapist is to use evidence-based techniques to help people develop the tools and skills they need to succeed.
Andrew is a neurodivergent man that interprets the world through a neurodiversity-affirming lens. A neurodiversity-affirming viewpoint is one that believes that differences in the actions, behaviors, and communication needs between a neurodivergent person (anyone whose brain behaves in a way different from a hypothetical “normal”, like someone with ADHD, BP, ASD, or a TBI) and a neurotypical person should not lead to the neurodivergent person being judged or pathologized. He will always work with a client to provide any accommodations that are needed for therapy to be as accessible as possible for each client.
He specializes in providing therapy for members of the wider Neurodivergent and Disabled communities, as well as people dealing with ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, Trauma, and Depression. Andrew utilizes humanistic and person-centered talk therapies, as well as mindfulness and CBT to provide a healing and helpful therapeutic experience for each individual client.