Directory of Professionals who Specialize in Female Asperger Syndrome or Autism and Support Groups
Many people message me or email me looking for a female specialist in a particular state, city, province, or country. The following is the start of what will be a lengthy directory of female specialists, female clinics, female support groups, female Asperger organizations. If you have worked with a professional, support group or organization that you would recommend, please leave their details (name, city and country, address, phone number, email address, website address, their specializations or group mandate) in the comments section and I will add them to the directory. I have many more to add here and will update as time permits
The ASD Clinic
Dr Ava-Ruth Baker
The Redpath Centre
Dr. Isabelle Henault
United States of America
Los Angeles, California
Charlotte, North Carolina
Dr. Shana Nichols
Long Island Aspire Center for Learning and Development in Melville, NY.
Dr. Lynda Geller
New York City
BASS Autism Services for Adults
Welwyn Garden City
Hounslow Adult Autism Assessment and Diagnostic Service
Pavilion BF Civic Centre Lampton Road Hounslow TW3 4DN
Hounslow | London
The Centre for Social and Communication Disorders, Elliot House, 113 Masons Hill, Bromley, Kent BR2 9HT is the assessment centre for the National Autistic Society. They offer a full diagnosis, assessment and advice service. A referral will need to be made by a Psychiatrist.
CLASS (Cambridge Lifespan Asperger Syndrome Service), Douglas House, 18b Trumpington Road, Cambridge CB2 2AH. CLASS is an NHS clinic and accepts referrals nationwide from PCTs or GPs only, who have to agree to pay the fee. It is free for those living in Cambridgeshire.
Dilemma Consultancy in Human Relations, 27 Brocco Bank,
Sheffield. Dilemma is an organization of psychotherapists and counsellors working in the existential tradition. It offers an assessment, counselling and psychotherapy service for individuals and couples, they can do email counselling. Their website includes a self-assessment questionnaire – click the ASHTA (AS Help for Teenagers and Adults) link.
Scottish Women with Autism Network
Autism Women Matter
Female Aspergers/Autism Support Ireland