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Hakeem Lumumba, PhD, LMSW, LPC, NCC, MAT, CAADC, ACS, CCS-M

Dr. Hakeem Lumumba, Ph.D. received his Doctoral degree in Counseling and Psychology from Wayne State University. He received his Master of Science degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Bowling Green State University. He is currently employed at Black Family Development, Inc. as an Independent Contractor as an administrator in their Substance Use Disorder program. Prior to this position, he was employed by the Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA) as the Substance Use Disorder Treatment Service Manager. In this position, he managed all of the Wayne County Substance Use Disorder contracts. He is the former Behavioral Health Director at the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS), Mental Health Department. This is a community mental health program located in Dearborn, Michigan. He is the former Program Director at Pioneer Behavioral Health-Renaissance Recovery Program. This program is a residential facility for adolescent substance abusers with co-occurring disorders in Detroit. Prior to this position, he was employed by Henry Ford Health System as the Clinical Manager for the Maplegrove Treatment Center. Overall, he has accumulated over 30 years of post-graduate experiences in both counseling and addiction medicine. Dr. Lumumba has taught both graduate and undergraduate courses at several universities dating back to 1994: Wayne State University, Oakland University, Eastern Michigan University, and the University of Detroit Mercy. At present, he is an instructor at the University of Phoenix-Detroit Campus (Dissertation Chair-School of Advanced Studies) and at Siena Heights University (Psychology Department). He has presented papers at local, state, and national conferences. He is currently a member of the American Counseling Association and Chi Sigma Iota. Dr. Lumumba currently is a Michigan Licensed Professional Counselor, Michigan Certified Clinical Supervisor, Michigan Certified Advanced Addictions Counselor, National Certified Counselor, Michigan Licensed Master Social Worker, Internationally Certified Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor, Master Addiction Counselor, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor. Dr. Lumumba has published several papers in referred professional journals. Dr. Lumumba is certified as MINT Train the Trainer (MTT). He completed the five phases of the Michigan Community Mental Health Motivational Interviewing Statewide Training Initiative in 2010. In total, he has obtained 60.5 continue education hours in Motivational Interviewing. He has incorporated this style in his clinical practice and in his role as a supervisor. He is the proud owner of H.L Counseling Enterprise, Inc. Please visit his website at: http://www.counselingenterprise.com Publications • Lumumba, H. (2005). Breaking the Psychological Shackles of Racism: Implications for empowering African American clients. Monographs of the Vistas: Compelling Perspectives on Counseling 2005. • Lumumba, H. (2003). The Impact of Al-Islam on the African American Population. Counseling and Values, 47 (3), 210-219. • Garrett D. (1997). Co-Victimization among African-American Adolescents. Adolescence 32(127), 635-638. • Garrett, D. (1997). Conflict resolution in the African-American. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 2, (1), 25-31. • Garrett, D. (1995). Violent behaviors among African-American adolescents. Adolescence 30 (117), 209-216. • Garrett, D. (1992). African-American teens and crack cocaine. Addiction/Recovery12 (1), 26-27. Presentations • 2017 H.L. Counseling Enterprise, Inc. Presentation on “Increasing and Improving Multi-Cultural Competency among Behavioral Health Practioners, Clinicians, and Key Decision Makers. Rochester Hills, Michigan. June 15, 2017 and August 23, 2017. • 2016 Wayne State University, School of Social Work-Guest Speaker. Presentation on “The Current Trends in Substance Use Disorder,” to graduate students. Detroit, Michigan. March 30, 2016. • 2015 Black Family Development Incorporation. Presentation on “Motivational Interviewing.” Detroit, Michigan. October 23, 2015. • 2015 16th Annual Substance Use/Co-Occurring Disorders Conference. Presentation on “Increasing and Improving Multi-Cultural Competency among Behavioral Health Practitioners, Clinicians, and Key Decision Makers.” Lansing, Michigan. September 21, 2015. • 2015 University of Phoenix-Detroit Campus, College of Social Science, Southfield, Michigan. Motivational Interviewing Workshop. January 14, 2015. • 2015 University of Phoenix-Detroit Campus, College of Social Science, Southfield, Michigan. Multicultural Workshop. January 10, 2015. • 2014 The 15th Annual Substance Use Disorder/Co-Occurring Disorder Conference. Co-Presentation “Vivitrol Pilot Study: Southeast Michigan Community Alliance and Treatment Providers’ Collaborative Efforts with the Treatment of Opiate Dependent Clients.” Lansing, Michigan. September 22, 2014. • 2013 ACCESS Staff In-Service. “Presentation on Conducting Substance Abuse Assessments with Mental Health Clients. “Dearborn, Michigan. August 15, 2013. • 2012 6th International Conference on Health Issues in Arab Communities. “Co-Chaired the Mental Health Symposium.” Dearborn, Michigan. October 16 & 17, 2012. • 2012 4th Annual Conference on Muslim Mental Health, Empowering Community Worker. “Presentation on Substance Abuse Treatment.” Lansing, Michigan. October 5, 2012 • 2011 Michigan Women Psychologists Fall Conference. Presentation on “Motivational Interviewing.” Novi, Michigan. October 28, 2011. • 2011 12th Annual Substance Use Disorder Conference. Presentation on “Substance Use Disorders Among the Arab American and Chaldean Culture-Prevention and Treatment.” Lansing, Michigan. September 13, 2011. • 2011 UAW-GM Work/Family EAP Training. Presentation on “Motivational Interviewing”. Onaway, Michigan. April 4, 2011. • 2010 Michigan Counseling Association Conference. Presentation on “Reducing the Psychological Shackles of Racism: Implications for Empowering African American Clients. Grand Rapids, Michigan November 14, 2010. • 2010 Henry Ford Health System, Behavioral Health Services. Provided Training to staff on “Motivational Interviewing.” West Bloomfield, Michigan. April and May 2010. • 2010 Health Management System of America. Presented half day training on “Motivational Interviewing.”Detroit, Michigan. March 23, 2010. • 2008 Henry Ford Health System, Behavioral Health Services. Co-Presented an in-service to the staff on “Violence Prevention Guidelines.” West Bloomfield, Michigan. March 14, 2008. • 2007 American Counseling Association Annual Conference. Education session on “Breaking the Psychological Shackles of Racism: Implications for Empowering African American Clients.” Detroit, Michigan. March 2007. • 2007 Hartford Memorial Baptist Church Men’s Power Month. Provided an educational session on “Mental Health and African American Men.” Detroit, Michigan, February 14, 2007. • Male Responsibility Network Mentoring Program. Keynote Speaker on “Keys to Success: Self-Knowledge, Self-Respect, and Self-Improvement.”Pontiac, Michigan. February 17, 2006. • 2005 American Counseling Association Annual Conference. Roundtable discussion on “Breaking the Psychological Shackles of Racism: Implications for Empowering African American Clients.” Atlanta, Georgia. April 2005. • 2004 New Center Women’s Group. Provided a seminar on Recovery and Health Issues relating to the “Addiction and Recovery Process.” October 16, 2004.Detroit, Michigan. • 2004 Wayne State University Division of Metropolitan Programs and Summer Sessions, Noncredit Programs Unit. Schedule to teach a three day course on “Treatment for the Chronic Recidivistic Client.” February 4, 11, & 18, 2004. • 2002 American Counseling Association Annual Conference. Presented a paper on “The Impact of Al-Islam on the African American Population.” New Orleans, Louisiana. March 26. 2002. • 2002 National Association of African American Studies Conference. Presented a paper on “Breaking the Psychological Shackles of Racism: Implications for Empowering African American Clients” Houston, Texas, February 14, 2002. • 2001 National Association of African American Studies Conference. Presented a paper on “The 1955 Bandung Conference and Its Applications for the 21st Century.” Houston, Texas, February 15, 2001. • 2000 National Association of African American Studies Conference. Presented a paper on “Malcolm X: Applying His Philosophy and Principles in the New Millennium for African Americans.” Houston, Texas, February 24, 2000. • 1999 American Counseling Association World Conference. Presented a paper on “Reducing and Minimizing Tokenism in the Workplace with Special Emphasis on the African American Population.” San Diego, California, April, 15, 1999. • 1999 National Association of African American Studies Conference. Presented a paper on “The Impact of Al-Islam on the African American Population.”February 11, 1999, Houston, Texas. • 1998 National Career Development Association 7thGlobal Conference. Presented paper “Reducing and Minimizing Tokenism in the Workplace with Special Emphasis on African American Population.” Chicago, Illinois, July 2, 1998. • 1998 National Association of African American Studies Conference. Presented paper “Reducing and Minimizing Tokenism in the Workplace with Special Emphasis on the African American Population.” Houston, Texas, February 12, 1998. • 1997 National Association of African American Studies Conference. Presented a paper “Conflict Resolution Among Selected Co-Victimized Urban African American Adolescents.” Houston, Texas, February 13, 1997. • Winter Institution For Alcohol and Other Drug Studies School of Social Work, State University of New York at Buffalo. Facilitated Workshop on “Conflict Resolution in the Treatment of Substance Abusing African American Clients.” Buffalo, New York, February 3, 1997. • Michigan Counseling Association Conference. Presented a lecture on “Treating the Chemically Impaired Health Care Professional.” Detroit, Michigan, November 12, 1996. • Henry Ford Health System-Maplegrove Treatment Center. Provided an In-Service on “Recognizing and Responding to Escalating Situations.” West Bloomfield, Michigan, November 5, 1996. • School of Social Work, Wayne State University. The Colloquium: Assessing Substance Abuse. Master Level Social Work Students. Detroit, Michigan, January 12, 1996. • Addiction Research Institute, Wayne State University. Volunteer faculty for the CADAS spring course on the Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Addiction (CM809).Presented a lecture on the “Counseling Perspective.”Detroit, Michigan, May 18, 1995. • Addiction Research Institute, Wayne State University. Volunteer faculty in a Community Medicine Symposium for Second Year Medical Students. Presented a lecture on “Relapse Issues among the Chemical Dependent Population.” Detroit, Michigan, April 19, 1995. • Detroit Medical Center & Wayne State University. Continuing Medical Education Lecture Series. Presented a lecture on “The Evolution of Addiction Counseling.” Detroit, Michigan, May 27, 1993. • Facilitated two 6 hour workshops entitled “African-American Adolescents and Crack Cocaine: Sellers and Users.” Institute for Addiction Studies and Training, School of Social Work, State University of New York at Buffalo. Amherst, New York, July 24, 1993 and November 5, 1993. Television/Radio Appearances • Television: June 7, 2017 on WHPR-FM, Highland Park, Michigan, discussing “Mental Health among the African American Community.” • Television: February 18, 2009 on Bloomfield County Television Health Talk, Channel15, Bloomfield, Michigan, discussing “Opiate Addiction.” • Television: June 19, 2008 on Bloomfield County Television Health Talk, Channel 15, Bloomfield, Michigan, discussing New Generation Opiate Addicts, Cause for Concern? • Radio: December 11, 2007 onWWJ.950 News Radio, Southfield, Michigan, discussing “University of Michigan’s 23rd Annual Kids and Drugs study.” • Television: February 13, 2007 on Bloomfield County Television Health Talk, Channel15, Bloomfield, Michigan, discussing “Mental Health Issues Among African Americans.” • Television: December 6, 2006 on Bloomfield County Television Health Talk, Channel15, Bloomfield, Michigan, discussing “The New Generation of Opiate (Heroin) Addicts. “ • Television: May 18, 2004 on Bloomfield Community Television Health Talk, Channel 15, Bloomfield, Michigan, discussing “The Treatment for Chronic Recidivistic Chemical Dependent Adult Patients.” • Television: October 2002 on WXYZ TV- 7, Detroit, discussing “Prescription Addiction to Vicodin and Oxycontin.” • Television: June 2002 on Channel 62, Detroit, discussing “Prescription Drug Addiction.” • Television: January 1990 on channel 56Health Matter series discussing, “Dying to be Sober” with Dr. Robert Niven, M.D., psychiatrist, Detroit Medical Center-Harper Hospital. • Television: January 1989 on channel 56Health Matter series discussing, “The Power of Addiction,” with Dr. Robert Niven, M.D., psychiatrist, Detroit Medical Center-Harper Hospital.

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