Greg Hunter, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Addiction Counselor, and Certified Instructional Designer with masters degrees in Community Planning and Applied Psychology from the University of Maryland and the University of Baltimore respectively. His professional background includes providing leadership in the human services field as a manager/supervisor for over three decades. He is a professional counselor and trainer with expertise in the addictions field and social work. He has been the full time director of a pre-college program for disadvantaged public high school students since 1987. He is both a college administrator and college professor who specialize in teaching applied human and behavioral sciences courses. He has served as adjunct professor at Sojourner Douglass College, Bowie State University and Baltimore City Community College. He has been a sought after long time trainer for the Maryland State Office of Addiction Services (OETAS), which is a division of the Alcohol and Drug Administration of DHMH.
As professional trainer his clients have included the following agencies or institutions.
Corporation for National and Community Service (VISTA)
University of Maryland School of Social Work
Maryland State Dept. of Human Resources
Office of Education and Training for Addiction Services (OETAS)
Glass Mental Health Services
The Danya Institute
State of Delaware Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
His primary training areas are Ethics for Human Service Professionals, Conflict and Stress Management, Anger Management for Adolescents and Adults, Motivational Interviewing, Group Psychotherapy, Community Planning, Clinical Supervision, Cultural Competence for the Helping Professional, and Clinical education for Addiction Counselors and Social Workers, and Effective Couples Counseling
As a licensed therapist his primary clinical practice work includes anger management training, alcohol and drug education, and brief intensive therapy for individuals, couples and families. He provides group psychotherapy for clients who are suffering from mental illness and addiction.