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Groups, mediations and other services are offered by the following, who helped originally formulate or were explicitly trained in Radical Therapy.


Queer non-binary person from the Caribbean island of Trinidad, André is committed to ensuring the work of therapy is accessible to people of color and how exploring the embodiment of power supports our growth and well-being.

Leads weekly queer and all identities problem-solving groups. Offers 1:1's and co-led mediations.

Unceded Ohlone Land / Oakland, CA, USA


One of the original 1969 collective protesting the still-dominant medical model of "mental illness." Offers via Zoom: short-term individual therapy, mediations for friends, couples, families, and cooperative organizations, and 2 problem-solving groups.

Starting a support group for people over 65 who are dealing with the what America defines as, "Old Age."

San Francisco, CA, USA


A mediator working with organizations and communities confronting challenges to diversity. Holding a doctorate in sociology, Beth teaches workshops on ways to talk and listen across identity boundaries. Facilitated personal support and problem-solving groups for almost fifty years. Trains Radical Therapy practitioners in apprenticeship programs.


Three of many volumes on identity-involved conflict are The Bernal Story: Mediating Class and Race in a Multicultural Community; Some Trouble with Cows: Making Sense of Social Conflict; and Beyond Equity and Inclusion in Conflict Resolution (co-editor).

Albuquerque, NM, USA


Compassionate creative and common humanist, Connie fights to free diverse ways of being, improve everyday lives and foster resilience for all.

Leads two weekly problem-solving groups (spots available), offers 1:1's and co-led mediations.

San Francisco, CA, USA


Trauma-informed therapist, mediator, community artist, and dedicated anti-racist co-conspirator. Inspired by a lineage of movement work, she works with individuals and groups in catalyzing equity and justice.


Leads weekly queer problem-solving group.

Berkeley, CA, USA


Dr. Batts is a survivor, healer, son, father, grandfather, brother, husband, and friend. In addition, Dr. Batts is a Tri-sector leader, philanthropist, author, storyteller, Community Epidemiologist, community based participatory researcher, and leading expert on Trauma Informed Care, Reentry and Community engagement.


Locally, nationally and globally Dr. Batts continues to increase the imprint and impact of grassroots community voices through tri-sector collaborations between business, government and nonprofit leaders.

Allentown, PA, USA


Draws from bodywork, verbal process and somatics to help her life coaching clients navigate some of life’s most challenging situations.

Started a virtual group in light of quarantine and beyond - get in touch here.

Grass Valley, CA, USA


Committed to breaking isolation and helping people find their inner power so they can thrive.

Co-leads a weekly problem solving group (spots available).

Portland, OR, USA


Terry is a passionate advocate for the power of radical therapy to transform lives and relationships. The mother of two young adult children, she has particular interests in destigmatizing addiction and mental illness and using radical therapy practices within family structures of all kinds.


Offers 1:1 sessions and co-led mediations for friends, couples, and families.

Oakland, CA, USA

... and Beyond!

Organizational development, conflict resolution and leadership services

Los Angeles, CA USA / Mexico

Gail Nugent

Organizational development & leadership training

San Diego, CA, USA

Founder of Skills For Change Coaching, helping clients, couples, families, and groups create more satisfying and powerful lives.

Nevada City, CA, USA

Politically aware interior renovation, working with individuals and couples.

Albuquerque, NM, USA

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