Dr. Almustaphael Al-Kahlil-Bey, MSW, LPC, SAP is a native of Baltimore, Maryland with over 40 years experience in the helping profession. A person in long term recovery, meaning he has been drug and alcohol free since 1987. The single father of four grown daughters and grandfather of six specializes in designing interventions from an African Centered perspective. Dr. Bey’s mission is to treat communities, families and individuals with (Post) Traumatic Social Imbalances.
In 1999, he led the team that designed and developed the first Fatherhood Program (Fathers Assuming Responsibility, FAR) for Baltimore County’s Department of Social Service.
Dr. Bey was assigned the responsibility of designing and developing the first SRO, (28 Bed Occupancy), Transitional Housing Facility for Men in Baltimore, Maryland (Carrington House) in 2002.
He is a Current member of The Information Knowledge & Growth Institute (IKG), in The District; & The Association for the Study of African American Life and History; The National Museum Of African American History And Culture; and Elder and Co-Leader of The Black Awakening Movement, an African Centered Social Conscious Advocacy Group.
Description Of Services Provided
- Self Care Assessment & Cultural Alignments
- Addiction Assessment and Therapy
- Mental Health Assessment and Therapy
- Couples Therapy
- Substance Abuse Assessment (SAP/DOT)
- Breath Adjustment
- Reiki Energy Alignments
- Behavioral Health Trainer
Address: 4645 Nannie Helen Burroughs Ave. #144, Washington, DC