Jenn Sevier, LPC, LCPC, NCC (she/they)
Owner, Licensed Professional Counselor, Clinical Supervisor
Welcome to Authentic Therapy Services!
My name is Jenn Sevier (she/they), and I’m a Neurodivergent, LGBTQIA+, and social justice-oriented therapist licensed in Pennsylvania and Maryland.
As a queer, Autistic ADHD’er, I understand the importance of finding a therapist that truly “gets” it… You shouldn’t need to educate your therapist in order to obtain help, nor should you feel like you have to prove the legitimacy of your experiences in order to feel seen. I am passionate in always striving to foster a space that emphasizes safety, validation, and personal exploration for all neurotypes and identities.
My approach is primarily person-centered with a strong emphasis on the values of authenticity, curiosity, and self-advocacy. All services are grounded in an anti-oppression framework and are affirmative of: Neurodiversity, LGBTQIA+, Gender and Sexual Minorities, Kink /Sexual Outsiders, and Polyamory / Ethically Non-monogamous Relationship Structures.
Outside of therapy, you’ll likely find me:
- Deep diving into my special interests of psychology and neurodiversity.
- Hyperfocused on planning my next travel adventure.
- Ordering more books than I will ever have time to read.
- Listening to my favorite music on repeat & re-watching favorite movies from the 90’s and 00’s.
- Hoping to order sushi for dinner (regardless of last time consumed).
American Counseling Association
ACA Division of Counselors for Social Justice
Licensed Professional Counselor, PC011375
Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Professional Counselors
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, LC4572
Approved Supervisor for LGPC, LGADC, CAC-AD, CSC-AD, and AD-Trainee
Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists
National Certified Counselor, NCC# 1725132
M.S. Counseling Psychology (2009)
Loyola University Maryland
B.A. Psychology, Minor Gender and Sexuality Studies (2007)
St. Mary’s College of Maryland
What happens when we stop pathologizing difference?― Jenara Nerenberg