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Integrated Services Center (ISC)

The Integrated Services Program is available to help with any combination of problems clients may have with mental health and/or substance use.  An integrative approach focuses on managing challenges to mental health, processing trauma and moderating risky or addictive behaviors in a holistic way that is tailored to meet the client’s own unique needs.  Counseling is available in either an individual or group format, sometimes using telehealth technology to make sure you get the support you need for a more healthy life.  Our counselors are credentialed and trained to perform at the very highest level of informed, contemporary practice.

Specialized ISC Programs

Co-Occurring Disorders

Drug Testing

DUI Education Program/Group

Level 0.5 Early Intervention Service

Substance Abuse Services

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MPB Group, Inc. has received it’s Maryland State License to provide Services as a DUI Education Program as well as for Level 0.5 Early Intervention Services.

We offer a 6 week 12 hour DUI Education Program/Group. Before starting the group you must complete the initial intake process; and then participate in our 12 hour educational program/group. If it has been determined that other services are recommended after the assessment is completed, internal and external resources will be provided.

Group Format:

  • 6-12 group members
  • 6 week group course
  • Group is 2 hours per week (once per week)

For most clients, this meets the legal requirements for your first arrest for DUI, marijuana possession, alcohol citation, or other legal charges where alcohol or drugs were involved.

DUI Education Program & Level 0.5 Early Intervention Services

  • 6 week 12 hour DUI Education Program
  • 2 hours per week (once per week
  • Meets legal requirements for 1st arrest
    • DUI
    • Marijuana Possession
    • Alcohol Citation

Team Bios

Dr. Sharon Thomas-Parker

LCAD, LCPC-C, Program Director

Dr. Thomas-Parker is a very knowledgeable, outgoing, committed professional who has a very eclectic background in the field of counseling and mediation. She has received specialized training in the treatment of clients with alcohol and/or drug addiction as well as those with gambling, internet, or sex addiction. Dr. Thomas-Parker is skilled working with college students, refugees, asylees, and victims of various forms of trauma, torture and/or domestic violence.
As a therapist, Dr. Thomas-Parker, has had the opportunity to work with couples, adults, teens, families, children and international clients in a multitude of settings. One of Dr. Thomas-Parker's strongest attributes is her ability to help people deal with life events (marriage, death, divorce, birth of a child, dismissal from work, martial separation, imprisonment, personal injury) in an organized, caring manner.

Kiti Jackson

LGPC

Kiti Jackson is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC) in the state of Maryland. Kiti’s

approach to therapy is based on the foundations of Cognitive behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Solution focused, Motivational Interviewing and Person-Center Therapy. She has worked with adolescents and their family and adults. She has used trauma-informed care for addiction and other mental health issues. Her work is focused on serving clients with various concerns to include ADHD/ADD, Bipolar disorder, Trauma, Schizophrenia, Anxiety, PTSD, and Depression. Kiti is passionate in helping clients focus on mental, emotional and behavioral growth. Kiti graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Psychology. She earned her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Liberty University in 2019.

Byran Lee

M.S., LGADC, RPS, HS-BCP

Byran works with adolescents, adults, and clients of various genders and sexual orientations who struggle with addiction, ADHD, anxiety, depression, bipolar, schizophrenia, and trauma. His specialty includes working with individuals with severe mental health disorders, substance use disorders, and co-occurring disorders. He utilizes an eclectic approach to counseling that infuses Mindfulness Meditation, Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Rational-Emotive-Behavioral Therapy to assist clients in changing self-defeating patterns of behaving, thinking, feeling, and believing.

Tracey Pauls

MA, LCPC

Tracey is a licensed clinical professional counselor who also has supervisor's endorsement. Her experience includes providing psychotherapy to individuals from diverse backgrounds and mental health challenges. Tracey is knowledgeable in providing integrated treatment to individuals with dual diagnoses, that include a substance abuse disorder. She has led the Substance Abuse Support Group which works to guide individuals in preventing relapse. Tracey also provides Christian counseling and is a graduate of Liberty University.

Sherrie Todd

LCPC

Sherrie Todd is a graduate of University of Maryland Baltimore County with BA in Political Science as well as a Masters in Science from Coppin State University in Counseling. She started her work experience with substance use disorders in the USN as the legal officer aboard USS Yellowstone. After leaving active duty, she began work as a substance abuse/ addiction counselor in 1989. She has worked in various modalities to include Methadone Maintenance, out-patient services, partial hospitalization as well as semi-independent recovery services. She earned her license as Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor in 2000. Since licensure, she has supervised and managed counselors in the following treatment settings: out-patient services, methadone/suboxone and vivitrol maintenance as well as co-occurring treatment services. She joined MPB Group in April of 2017 working as a part time integrative therapist, which she thoroughly enjoys; helping clients find their way to their best selves.

Financial Obligations

All payments are due prior to the time of the service. MPB Group is unable to bill any insurance company for this specific DUI Education Program.

Payment Course

  • First Payment: is due at the time of the Intake Assessment $165.00
  • Class Fees: $420.00
  • Total cost of program: $585.00
  • Per Class (6 classes) $70.00 two hour classes
  • If you are unable to pay the total at time of registration you can pay for the assessment first, then make two payments of $210.00 to pay for the 6 week class fees.
  • The first three weeks ($210) must be paid before you start the first class. The last three weeks ($210) must be paid before you start the last three classes
For More Information on How to Enroll in the Program Give Us a Call at 410-730-2385