Dr. Martin is an advanced Certified Pastoral Licensed Counselor with the National Christian Counselor Association. She currently resides on the Robert W. Colman Planning Counsel. In addition, Dr. Martin is the Vice President of Women on Route to Higher Heights W.O.R.T.H.H., and the former president of SRA, Student Rehabilitation Program at Coppin State University. She also received the Governor and Mayor’s Citation for her outstanding involvement working within the community; along with a Colloquium Award and Eagle from Coppin State University for her outstanding work within the community and academic achievement. Dr. Martin is also a graduate of Women Entrepreneurs of Baltimore, WEB, and holds a Certificate in Counseling with The Sexual Treatment Advocacy and Recovery Center, Inc., STAAR. In addition, she has counseled and volunteered with The House of Ruth, Baltimore, MD., assisting on the hotline the last two Thursdays of the month. Dr. Martin is a member of Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence and The SAFE House, where she assists individuals who are trapped in human and sex trafficking. In conclusion, as a result of her desire to change lives all over the world, Dr. Martin is the Program Director of 4 2 Restore LLC, a Mental Health Practice , where she and her partners assist individuals with co-occurring disorders. Their ultimate goal is to have one of the finest behavorial health programs Maryland has ever known.
REHABILITATION SPECIALIST (ADULTS)
Tiffany Blackwell is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor with a passion for providing the utmost quality of services to individuals struggling with mental health and substance use disorders. Tiffany received her Master of Science in Applied Psychology from Coppin State University in which she focused her studies on Addiction Treatment.
She has been Director of residential and outpatient substance abuse programs for men and women. Her previous experience includes working with adults in treatment of substance abuse, anger, trauma, depression, and anxiety. She currently serves as Director for a MAT substance abuse program. Tiffany implements both Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Person-Centered treatment interventions in her private practice.
In addition to being a therapist, Ms. Blackwell has been involved in public speaking, educating professionals, school students and faculty, and the community at large on substance abuse/mental health issues and trends.