Mx. Tuesday Feral, LCMHCA is an experienced educator, coach, counselor, and consultant who has spent the last decade giving direct support to nonbinary and transgender people. They served for 10 years as the founding director of the support programs at Tranzmission, a non-profit that serves nonbinary and transgender people in Western North Carolina. Tuesday has been teaching workshops and training on a local, state, and national level since 2009. As a nonbinary MA graduate in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Appalachian State University with a concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy as well a certificate in Systemic Multicultural Counseling with a focus on transgender issues, Tuesday offers a unique, systems-oriented perspective to their coaching, consulting, and teaching. They find great joy and fulfillment in connecting with individuals and groups, and reach a wide audience with their vibrant energy, interactive approach, and humor. Tuesday lives with their beloved feline companion in a small cabin surrounded by delightfully overgrown gardens in Western North Carolina. In their free time, they love to spend time in nature, tend their gardens, engage in creative endeavors, and connect with loved ones.
What people are saying about Tuesday's Courses
I LOVED how open and non-judgemental you both made the space. That it's OK to make mistakes, and to be kind and loving with ourselves and each other. It did a beautiful job regulating my vagus nerve responses.
The content was great. The 101 was an enjoyable fast-moving review and didn't bother me even though I have familiarity with the topic. It was powerful to have Tuesday teach, and I think it immediately melted down initial barriers by allowing the participants exposure to a person who presents with characteristics associated with more than one gender. And it is officially physically impossible to not like both Tuesday and Heather.
This course is a must for all healthcare providers, as it presents a holistic view of patient populations that need better informed care from their providers. I came out of this course with the tools and knowledge to feel more confident and competent to work with these patient populations.