Brittini Carter, LMHC
Owner and Founder of Carter Therapy


"Today, I want you to think about all that you are instead of all that you are not." - Brittini Carter


With over 15 years of experience in the mental health field, Brittini Carter specializes in providing services to black, brown and queer people.  She is recognized for teaching individuals how to manage their responses to life events and occurrences. Brittini began her online practice in 2017 with the pursuit to equip clients across the world with evidence-based methods and techniques to successfully navigate through their life’s journey. Brittini graduated from Troy University with her Master’s in Counseling Psychology in 2008 and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Qualified Supervisor in the State of Florida.  Brittini serves as a Trauma Informed Yoga Teacher. In 2019, she completed the requirements to be a certified teacher in a Yoga Alliance approved school and opened her practice for yoga and guided meditation. Brittini offers a unique yoga experience for students in the Central Florida area by coupling her expertise in mental health and holistic wellness.

In addition to the services mentioned above, Brittini is also the author of the self-paced E-course “More Than A Mother”, a guide to rediscovering yourself. This course gives mothers at any stage the opportunity to find balance in motherhood and live a more fulfilling life.

Although Brittini is the founder and owner of Carter Therapy, she still sees clients, as this is her original passion in life.  These days you can also find her utilizing her skills by hosting retreats, providing clinical supervision and facilitating workshops, training, and speaking engagements. To hire Brittini for your event/workshop, please email

Therapy Specialties: Women Issues, Queer Issues, Coping Skills, Grief, Body Image, Life Transitions, Family Issues, Stress Management, Self Esteem, Marginalized Populations, Parenting, Codependency, and Adulting 101.



Ivy Mairura, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor



I have a passion for helping people overcome life’s challenges and attain their objectives. In addition to being a Licensed Counselor, I hold a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Doctorate in Biblical Counseling. I see value the uniqueness of each client’s story and devote time to resonating with the struggles of a client, igniting positive transformations, and leading them toward actions that will improve their lives. My approach is all about looking ahead and focusing on the possibilities that lie ahead rather than getting overwhelmed by life’s challenges.

I am an adept counselor who provides clients with a secure and nurturing space to navigate through the complexities of life. My goal is to guide individuals towards recognizing their strengths and using them to craft their own solutions. It's incredibly rewarding to see clients light up as they realize the potential they hold within themselves.

What really drives me is the belief that positive change is not only possible but within reach for everyone. I work to correct misconceptions about receiving mental health care that some people have and help them get access to the assistance they require for their wellbeing.

If you're looking for a partner in your wellness journey, I'm here to offer guidance, support, and unwavering belief in your ability to thrive. Let's work together to create the transformation you want to see in your life.

Some of the approaches Ivy uses include, but are not limited to, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Approach and Motivational Interviewing. She understands that each client’s experience will be different, therefore treatment is customized to the individual’s needs. Ivy can help you overcome tough areas such as:

Depression, Anxiety, Athletic performance related stress/anxiety, Parenting struggles/challenges, Adolescent/children's concerns, Anger issues, Relationship challenges, Career/vocational concerns, Communication issues, Life adjustment issues, Job related stress, Stress management, Generational Trauma in Black women and Disordered eating.