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About Me

AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR | SPEAKER | BEHAVIORAL EDUCATOR | TRAINER

I am a subject-matter leader in cognitive behavioral education. I help clients identify and understand who they are, and why they do what they do. In my work, I'm wise enough to realize that I'm not an expert in a client's restoration. My role is to walk with them along their road of exploration.

I have dedicated my life to disrupting supposed experts, systemic systems, and polarizing paradigms used as tools of marginalization. Standing on the landscape of a legacy seeded by my ancestors - it is my responsibility to sow seeds of healing and restoration for the purpose of harvesting a vibrant and healthy people and community.

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Reggie's Experience

Public service is about serving all the people, including the ones who are not like you.
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Speaker

Neither motivational nor inspirational, Reggie's messages of healing are "Healspirational."

Workshop Facilitator

Reginald Williams' method of delivering information is as valuable as the information he delivers.

Professional Development Trainer

An exploration to new experiences that prepares professionals to perform better by becoming cognizant of some of their potential blind biases.

Mediation

Specialize in martial, family and restorative justice mediation. Referral Source

Behavioral ENTER-ventionist

Reginald Williams works with high-risk populations. Through cognitive education, he works to interrupt maladaptive behaviors.

Podcast Host

Creating the Narrative (coming late fall) will be a weekly podcast dedicated to challenging and disrupting systemic systems, polarizing practices, and implicit bias thought processes that habitually marginalize citizens and communities of color.

Counseling Services

Culturally aligned, spiritual based counseling whose mission is healing. Referral Source

Curriculum Author

A subject-matter leader in creating culturally aligned, culturally sensitive curriculums that poignantly speak to the hurt and disappointments of the clients served.

Workshops

Workshops, seminars, and lectures conducted by Reginald Williams speak primarily, not exclusively, to marginalized people and communities.

  • Emotional Identity & Influencing Cultural Iconographies

    Client served:Young Black Males (ages 12-24)

    This cultural experience is an exploration of personal, familial, and cultural identity. The goal is to help participants uncover those invisible emotional obstructions found in the nuanced pockets of life; this includes absentee models of appropriate masculinity, societal marginalization, gender bias, misplaced emotional norms, and derelict cultural beliefs.

  • Know Their Why

    Client served:Educators

    Unfound disabilities in educators are more pervasive than the supposed disabilities of Black boys. Too many teachers are unaware of a Black boy's "why." This ignorance is rooted in the absence of building relationships. Know Their Why provides a nuanced look into understanding the dynamics that drive Black and Brown males' daily decisions. It delivers a lesson plan for educators to refer to in their "need" to build relationships with Black and Brown boys - because "relationship precedes the work."

  • Creating New Narratives For Marginalized Communities Peer Recovery

    Client served:Peer Recovery & Certified Peer Recovery Professionals

    This 90-minute workshop helps Peer Recovery Specialist and other substance-use disorder professionals understand the root of marginalization experienced by peer professionals. It exposes those false narratives pushed, and illuminate the process needed to create new antidotes. The foundation used to elevate a peer’s message is: “The conqueror writes history.”

  • Canvassing Anger Lawfully & Maturely

    Client served:High Risk Population

    C.A.L.M. conflict management curriculum is a 16-week, 90 minutes per week course. The curriculum helps clients identify, understand, embrace, and perceptively manage their anger. This abbreviated curriculum is withdrawn from a more expansive course of behavioral study taught during a 9-month span of time.

Creative Contributions


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  • Books
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Client Testimony


When you failed to give priority to your client's perception, you then lose your client.

They tried to bury us. They didn't know we were seeds.

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Contact Mr. Williams today to discuss your project needs.

Reggie's Realism

Commentary that digs beneath the surface

  • Blog Post

    Black girl sentenced to juvenile lockup for not completing online work

    Written By: Arthur Lee, The Atlanta Journal Constitution

    A 15-year-old Black girl in Michigan has been locked up in juvenile detention for more than two months after a judge ruled she violated probation by not completing her online schoolwork, according to an exclusive report by ProPublica.

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  • Blog Post

    White Hands, Blue Uniform, Black Death

    Written By: Reginald Williams

    The death penalty, also known as capital punishment, is a state-sanctioned punishment imposed upon a person arrested, charged, tried and convicted of a crime deemed so serious that death is considered the appropriate sentence.

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