Margaret L. Conley, LCSW, MDiv,CCISM, CAMS, CDWF
Margaret has been in social work and ministry for over 10 years focusing on the black church, the black family and the stability of African American Mental Health in the context of faith-based trauma. Margaret’s educational endeavors include a Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology and Sociology from Valdosta State University; Masters of Social Work from Clark Atlanta University and a Masters of Divinity from The Interdenominational Theological Center.
Margaret is the owner and leader consultant at MLC Consulting, LLC and the President of Mending Life Concepts Empowerment Group, Inc a 501c3 organization serving adverse populations at the intersection of spirituality and emotional wellness.
Margaret is the creator of “Health and Holy Conversations” a Clinically Aligned Theological Treatment Model for Faith-Based Trauma Survivors. Margaret is a contributing writer in the following publications Resipiscence 2019: A Lenten Devotional for Dismantling White Supremacy and Fiercely Speaking. Margaret also serves as a special guest reviewer on the editorial review board of the Journal of Social Services Research and is a guest web lecturer for the 2030 Clergy Group with the United Church of Christ. Margaret is also an ordained minister who was ordained by the Rev. Dr. Portia Wills Lee.