Amelia Galier Slama

Amelia Galier Slama is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Ohio (E. 2001951) and Kentucky (273236), Nationally Certified Counselor (835010), and Board Certified – TeleMental Health Provider (2457).


Amelia specializes in providing affirming teletherapy services for individuals who live in Ohio and Kentucky. Specifically, she focuses on supporting those who have experienced differences related to autism, ADHD, OCD, trauma, LGBTQIA+, trans and gender diverse persons, and diverse relationship structures. As someone with lived experience in several of these groups, she is passionate about creating spaces to support and empower others within these communities.

“Teletherapy” means that all services are provided over video or phone. There are many benefits to teletherapy, including making it easier to get help, reducing the need for transportation, increasing privacy, and reducing stigma about therapy. If you have a device with data/Wi-Fi and a camera, you can access our services from the comfort of your home.


Amelia is dedicated to core values that guide her practice. First and most important, she believes that therapy is a compassionate and non-judgmental space. She believes that therapy needs to be centered around the neurodiversity paradigm. Therapy needs to respect our intersecting identities (gender, sexuality, relationships, race, ethnicity, ability, culture, religion, and more) and how these impact our experience with the world. Therapy is easily accessible, affordable, and takes into account the cost of living of the client and the provider. Lastly, therapy needs to go beyond our work in session to include advocacy, justice, and community support.

How to Get Started

Psychotherapy services are currently closed due to Amelia’s schedule being full. There are limited spaces available for autism evaluations. Please view our Resources page and/or the Neurodivergent Therapist Directory to locate additional providers and services near you.

Crisis Support:

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis or emergency, you can contact these numbers for immediate assistance.

If your emergency is life or death, please call 9-1-1 immediately.

National Hotlines:

Cleveland Hotlines: