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Radical Consultation Group

What: Small, collaborative consultation group for providers


Who: Providers who desire a community space of support and consultation for radical, liberation-oriented clinical work; Expectation is that providers are anti-racist, LGBTQ+ affirming, neurodiversity affirming. This group will not count for supervision hours for graduate level providers but you may be able to count the hours as category B CEU's if you are an MFT or PC.


Why: There is a shift taking place in clinical work towards practice that conceptualizes presenting problems from lenses of societal and systemic trauma, relational-cultural understandings, and collective healing. Radical clinicians benefit from sharing space and resources as we approach changing the mental health field and clinical practice. In order to keep the group a safe and productive place the group cohort will have a maximum of 6 people and new clinicians will not be added after the initial group. 


Facilitator: Pebble McCleary, LCPC (they/them) is a White, leftist, queer, nonbinary therapist. They specialize in individual and relationship therapy focused on LGBTQ+ clients, non-monogamy, and systemic trauma. They have presented at local, regional, and national conferences on LGBTQ+ topics and systemic trauma frameworks. They approach clinical work from a relational-cultural, liberation-oriented perspective utilizing approaches that address intrapersonal, interpersonal, communal, and societal healing and growth.


Where: Virtual via Google Meet


When: The group will meet once a month for 6 months starting on Tuesday September 26, 2023 from 2:00pm-3:00pm


Cost: $40 per session

Radical Consultation Group Application

Thank you for your interest in joining the CoTenacious Radical Consultation Group. We’ll be in touch soon with more details!

Some of our trainings are approved by the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists for Category A CEUs for professional counselors and marriage and family therapists. Individuals should check with their licensing Board on whether a specific program will be accepted for continuing education purposes. Unless a training is specifically noted as approved and offering CEU's, do not plan on receiving any form of credit for it! For questions please email

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