A virtual support group for neurodivergent girls, nonbinary, and transgender teens aged 12-18 years

Neuroteens was created to provide teens a safe space to meet, support each other, learn to better understand themselves and others like them, and to discuss a range of topics for successful life skills.

 “Neurodivergent” describes a variety of people whose brains process things differently. It includes people with autism, ADHD, OCD, learning disabilities, and more. 

Teens do not need to have a formal diagnosis to be part of the group. 

NeuroTeens holds quarterly groups, each group meets weekly for 6 sessions via zoom on Mondays from 4:30-6pm Pacific Time. We also organize in person events once per quarter either at the MIND Institute or in the Sacramento region.


For more information or to sign up, visit this link or scan the QR code below

or email us at



Sign up now if you would like to join our waitlist. OUR NExT SESSION WILL held in winter 2024


Learn more about our group in this UC Davis Health press release or watch the video below.

Facebook Live (2023) hosted by Christine Wu Nordahl with guests Seven Scripa, Steven Dennison, and Mak Soller