Maxine Lloyd Ball, MDiv MSPC NCC LCPC
Reverend Maxine Lloyd Ball is a native Washingtonian. She is the President and Founder of Isaac Ministries, Inc. an international 501(C)3 faith-based organization and multi-cultural ministries. Isaac Ministries has served communities both at home and abroad for the past 24 years. She is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) at ML Ministries providing counseling services, both clinical and spiritual healing in mental health and well-being. Rev. Maxine’s clinical theoretical approach to counseling is eclectic, using any combination of theories and interventions to support the healing and well-being of her clients. However, her theological approach is liberation theology. Black Feminist Theory is also an approach that she uses to help women tell their stories, particularly, those who have been victims of domestic violence.
An effective communicator and compassionate leader who is a trailblazer in helping the wounded to heal and to serve as an advocate for children and their families who have been victims of domestic violence. Understanding and embracing life's most challenging experiences make the difference between resilience and despair.
Rev. Maxine is the author of “I’m Mad as at Hell, A Journey to Sanctified, Satisfied, and Single—Understanding the Dynamics of Domestic Violence and Spiritual Warfare." She is a prolific Christian writer and recently released her second book, "SCARS—The Roadmap to the Soul." Books can be found on Amazon and Barnes and Nobles. She is also a contributing author of “Standing in Prayer for Your Ordained Business.” All books can be purchased on her website at ML Ministries.
Rev. Maxine has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and minor in Business Management from the University of Maryland University College, an Honor’s Graduate Master of Divinity Degree, in Theological Studies, from Howard University School of Divinity, and a Master of Science Degree in Pastoral Counseling at Loyola University Maryland.
You can contact Reverend Maxine through the following platforms Psychology Today, Uwill Student Mental Health and Wellness, and Find a Therapist.