Obtaining a diagnosis is difficult for adults. Often, diagnosticians only work with children, or they have a dated and incomplete notion of how autism looks in adults– a fact that is especially true for women and non-binary autistics.This list is community-generated list. NeuroClastic has not endorsed or vetted this list and would like to encourage readers to use caution when selecting a provider.
*Note: NeuroClastic has compiled this list of diagnosticians to help the community find a diagnostician in their area. If you would like to recommend a diagnostician or are a diagnostician working with adults and would like to be added to the directory, click here. If you are on the directory and would like to update your information or be/have a diagnostician removed from the directory, click here.
Here’s a good place to start, it includes a list of diagnosticians: AutismSA.org * How Do I Get a Diagnosis?
*Note: Due to new legislation, 13 states now have reciprocity, meaning that if a diagnostician is in a PsyPact state, they can diagnose people via telehealth in other psypact states. View the PsyPact Map.
UNI Downtown Behavioral Health Clinic
525 East 100 South, 5th Floor
Salt Lake City, UT 84102