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Black Maternal Mental Health

1 in 3 black women are at risk for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders in comparison to 1 in 7 non-black women. Black women are faced with risk factors such as racism/discrimination, impaired trust in the medical system, and even the side effects of a global pandemic that critically impacts their mental health.

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Building Your Niche

1 in 5 birthing parents suffer from a perinatal mood and anxiety disorder. Although several clients experience birth trauma, anxiety, depression, infertility, there are not enough clinicians trained in this specialty to serve this growing population.

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Mental Health and Infertility

1 in 5 birthing parents will experience a perinatal mood and anxiety disorder after giving birth. Being previously diagnosed with infertility or having had difficulties with trying to conceive naturally can increase these chances. With infertility being a topic that is not often discussed publicly, clients experience a lot of shame, guilt and isolation. Their self-esteem, romantic relationships, and mental health are significantly impacted by this medical diagnosis.

Understanding Perinatal Mental Health

Become familiar with perinatal mood and & anxiety disorders, risk factors which increases the chances for PMADs for birthing parents and how infertility can fit into this spectrum.

Cultural Complexities

Understand the cultural complexities of obtaining shame with an infertility diagnosis for a birthing parent, the lack of representation to spread awareness and myths about fertility which can all lead to emotional distress and trauma.

LGBTQIA+ Parents

Learn how infertility impacts our LGBTQIA+ birthing parents and the obstacles in which they face with finding adequate medical care, support, financial stressors through utilizing managed care services and discrimination.

When & Where: Friday, July 8, 2022 (live via zoom)

Time: 9:00am- 3:30pm

CEs Included: 6 CEUs

Location: Live Interactive Webinar (“Synchronous”) on Zoom

Investment: $115 before May 27th, $135 after

Presented by: Keisha Reaves, LPC, PMH-C, CPCS, (see bio below)


Resource Lists and Clinical Case Studies Included

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Black Maternal Mental Health

Understanding the Maternity Journey for Women of Color

When & Where: August 12, 2022 (live via zoom)

Time: 9:00am- 3:30pm

CEs Included: 6 Core Continuing Education Clock Hours (For Psychologists, Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists related hours – please see below for details)
This is an LPCA and NBCC Approved Workshop

Location: Live Interactive Webinar (“Synchronous”) on Zoom

Investment: $115 before Friday, December 19th at 5:00pm EST, $135 after

Presented by: Keisha Reaves, LPC, PMH-C, CPCS, (see bio below)


Educational Objectives

  • Discuss different theoretical frameworks maternal mental health.
  • Become familiar with symptoms of various perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
  • Understand the impact of PMADs on women of color.
  • Understand the historical and cultural background of motherhood for black women.
  • Become familiar with the barriers to adequate treatment for women of color.
  • Learn about screening tools and treatment options
  • Identify treatment options and resources
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Keisha Reaves

Workshop Description

1 in 3 black women are at risk for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders in comparison to 1 in 7 non-black women. Black women are faced with risk factors such as racism/discrimination, impaired trust in the medical system, and even the side effects of a global pandemic which critically impacts their mental health. Black women are 3-4 times more likely to die in childbirth than white women. The CDC says that 60% of those deaths are preventable. This course is designed to equip and educate clinicians to be culturally competent when working with mothers of color that are suffering from maternal mental health. While also providing culturally adequate resources, interventions, and support to clients to decrease risk factors and break the stigma of mental health.


Presented by Keisha Reaves, LPC, PMH-C, CPCS

Keisha Reaves is a licensed professional counselor in Georgia and being a Georgia native she has witnessed the stigma of mental health and has made it her mission to normalize therapy. She has been in the mental health field for more than sixteen years. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Human Services from Clayton State University and then completed her Master’s Degree in Counseling and Psychology at the University of West Alabama.

In addition to helping women, Keisha is also certified in perinatal mental health serving women who are trying to conceive, have fertility issues, have experienced infant loss, transitioning into motherhood as well as postpartum depression. She has volunteered with Northside Hospital’s Bereavement group. She serves on the Postpartum Support International Georgia Chapter Board where she facilitates trainings on perinatal mental health throughout the state of Georgia. And she currently is one of the facilitators of the Mocha Moms Group at Atlanta Birth Center. Black maternal mental health and reproductive education is a strong passion of hers.


8:30 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 10:30 Welcome and Morning Session
10:30 – 10:45 Break
10:45 – 12:00 Morning Session (Cont.)
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch Break
1:00 – 2:00 Afternoon Session
2:00 – 2:15 Break
2:15 – 3:30 Afternoon Session (Cont.)
3:30 Continuing Education Certificates Available
5 Core CE Clock Hours
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CE certificates are provided the day of the training. There is a $10 charge for the re-issuing of a CE certificate (such as for a lost certificate).



Refund Policy :

Partial refunds are available for cancellations requested before the workshop date. Cancellations requested on or after the workshop date, such as for a no show, are not eligible for a refund, but may be eligible for a credit (see Credit Policy below).


Full Day Workshops (5 or more CEs): Cancellations requested before the workshop date will receive a refund minus a $70 fee.


If presentor cancels for any reason, registrants may request a full credit of the amount paid to be applied to any future workshop within 1 year of the cancellation OR a full refund.


Credit Policy :

Cancellations can request a full credit be applied to a future date of any workshop within 12 months of the canceled workshop date, and if space is available at the requested date. Once a request for the use of credit is honored, no refund will be issued or other changes allowed. If the credit is not utilized within 12 months, the credit is forfeited.



If you have any concerns or complaints about your workshop registration, experience as an attendee, the program, or any other matters related to your experiences with Push Thru Therapy as it relates to continuing education, please notify Keisha Reaves at keisha@keishareaves.com or 678-938-4978. Attempts will be made to address your concern in a prompt, professional, and respectful manner.