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Peer Group Supervision Training


Cost: $150

CE: 10 (2/week; 1 ethics, 1 supervision). 


This training is for mental health professionals. Through peer group supervision and consultation we will explore the ins and outs of ethical, cultural, and clinical decision making for practice issues that matter to you. This process will help stretch participants to intentionally craft questions that will help them excel as clinicians. This training will help you to conceptualize with clarity, challenge feedback and biases, and navigate ethical issues through peer support. It is appropriate for clinicians in school, community, and private practice settings. This is a hands-on structured learning experience. Clinicians will try various roles including moderator, consultant, and case presenter. Following the completion of the workshop, participants may choose to implement peer group supervision in their practice. I am happy to customize a training (i.e. couples work, supervision) for at least 6 participants.



1.Participants with learn stages and processes for peer consultation

2.Participants will discuss case presentations

3.Participants will apply peer consultation model to address a variety of practice issues

4.Participants will discuss effectiveness of chosen strategy


Facilitator: Rashunda Miller Reed, PhD, LPC-S, LMFT-SC

Time: TBA

Dates: TBA

Where: Zoom link will be emailed



Refund Policy: Fees are due upon booking and cover the entire workshop training. No refund or rescheduling for missed trainings.


Participation & Privacy Policy: This is an experiential workshop that will require cameras on for the entire duration for credit. Due the nature of the training, privacy is required and the use of headsets is highly encouraged. All participants must agree to keep the information shared private and to inform the facilitator of any conflicts of interest. Those who are presenting may be asked to spend time thinking about what they want to present outside of designated workshop times.


If you have any concerns or questions please reach out to Rashunda Miller Reed at 985-265-7701.

Racists Anonymous

Relationships Matter LLC is committed to social justice and change. We are all in recovery from something. While racism is not necessarily an addiction, it can spark a variety of feelings related to attitudes or actions that prevent dialogue, opening our heart, and pursuing change. Sometimes the world has expectations for change, yet there are very few spaces to slowly step into change. For us, moving toward inclusion is more than a statement. It’s an ongoing process.


Racist's Anonymous a virtual support group, not a therapy group, for anyone wanting to explore their own attitudes around racism. It is based on 12-step recovery model created by Rev. Ron Burford of Sunnyvale, CA. This is a place where you willingly come to do your own  Work, not to fix others. Some changes happen from the inside out and we are here to support. We do ask that current, former, and potential counseling clients attend another meeting to prevent issues with privacy and confidentiality. Otherwise, the group welcomes those seeking change. There is no charge and no contributions are accepted for this group. For more information visit the Racists Anonymous website. No registration is required, just show up. If you cannot get in, the group is either full or postponed for that week. Also check your time zone. The group will be kept small. Reach out if you are interested in us hosting private groups for your organization and have at least 6 willing participants.


Contact us at 985-265-7701


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