Dr. Jerome Maultsby:

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Dr. Jerome Maultsby, affectionately known as “Dr. Jerome”, received his bachelor’s degree from Seattle University, majoring in sociology and psychology. He earned both his Doctor of Transpersonal Psychology and Masters of Divinity from the Theological Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. He currently serves as President of the Board of Directors and professor on the curriculum development committee at the Theological Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. His professional focus encompasses individual and group counseling, intervention counseling, and recovery treatment for substance abuse and domestic violence perpetrators.

Dr. Jerome formerly served 1 year as the Vice President of the Board and 6 years on the Advisory Board at STAND, Inc. a leading organization which addresses the healing of post incarcerated individuals with substance abuse and mental health disorders.  He has served on The Board of DeKalb Regional Youth Detention Center, President of the Board of Directors for Uplifting People, Inc. and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Silver Lining Villages, Inc. of which he gained new perspectives from those experiences. Dr. Jerome was active in the formation and serves as a counselor and board member of Reflective Waters Transformation Center, a group of holistic professionals who create workshops for communities and organizations.

For 2 years Dr. Jerome served as the Project Manager for Project RESTORE, a grant from the Department of Labor for youth between the ages of 16 through 24 that gave direction towards sustainability and restoration after being in the Juvenile Justice System and/or the Department of Corrections.  He also Project Managed the Second Chance Federal initiative for the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office for adult men and women, with the same goals of achieving sustainability. Most recently Dr. Jerome does similar work with the adult population for Project Synergy, also a post and pre-release program.

Dr. Jerome is proud to be serving as the head of the male division and adjunct professor for the University for Parents and “A New Way Forward”, a National CARES Mentoring Movement initiative, founded by Susan L. Taylor of Essence Magazine. 

Dr. Jerome describes himself as a very passionate practitioner who enjoys community service and serving mankind who deserve a second chance in society.  He recognizes that this work is a gift and a journey for the giver and the receiver.  Dr. Jerome hails from Connecticut with roots in North Carolina, spent 20 years in Seattle, WA and has now settled in the Atlanta Metro area for the past 21 years.  He is married with one daughter and the proud grandfather of three.

 

 

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