Life Intentionally Psychotherapy Services LCSW PLLC
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We all want to feel seen, heard and understood. From children to adults there is an importance of having a safe and authentic space to process past experiences and traumas while learning new skills to reach life goals.
How often have you heard someone say “life is short”? Well for some it is! For others, it might not be. Why not spend your time between birth and death living on purpose and in your purpose? When you are ready to work towards making changes and healing to get to the next level of life, reach out! The process of finding a therapist can be very overwhelming but it doesn’t have to be. Feel free to email or call us with any questions or concerns you may have regarding intake or therapy. Night and weekend appointments are available.
Joi Britt, LCSW
Joi Britt is the Owner of Life Intentionally Psychotherapy. She felt there was a need to provide authentic therapy services for clients who might be hesitate to begin therapy due to the stigma attached to it. She earned a BS in Human Services from St. John's University and Masters in Social Work from New York University. Joi is licensed in NY and NJ
Joi has provided psychotherapy services with various population and settings in New York City and Westchester including in home family therapy, work with children and adolescent and adults. Joi is passionate about ending the stigma associated with mental health; especially in Communities of Color.
She specializes in working with Black and Brown folks who are wanting to live their best lives as their best selves! Some of the areas in which she works with are depression, anxiety, women's issues, unpacking & processing life as a Person of Color/racial trauma, relationships, family, grief/loss and self-esteem with adult clients.
Tabatha Ferrer, LMSW
Tabatha Ferrer is a Fordham University MSW graduate from Queens, NY. She is also the founder and CEO of The 4AIR Project, LLC. Tabatha has experience and will be working with children and adolescents in New York ages 5-17 at Life Intentionally Psychotherapy. She specializes in providing them with a safe space to verbalize and explore their feelings, as well as learn coping skills to manage them.
She is passionate about witnessing youth overcome challenges in life and become aware of their potential. Tabatha also loves seeing youth grow and be able to express themselves and advocate for their needs.
Courtney Mick, LCSW
Courtney C. Mick, LCSW is the Founder and CEO of Courtney Chanel LLC. She is a New Jersey-based clinically trained licensed social worker and mental health and wellness specialist promoting the education and empowerment of millennial Black Women and Women of Color. She has worked within the community with children and families providing coaching and consulting to parents, juvenile justice systems, schools and hospitals. She has experience with servicing children, adolescents and adults diagnosed with psychiatric disorders, those experiencing emotional and behavioral challenges and severe cognitive and learning delays. Her extensive work in the field of social work has transformed the lives of others impacted by community violence, generational trauma, mental illness, substance use, parenting difficulties and so much more. Courtney credits her clinical training at Boston University School of Social Work for her ability to connect on a personal level with so many people. It is Courtney’s belief that if millennials understand mental health, they can bridge the gap between generations and make real change focused on mental health and wellness.
Courtney specializes in work with millennial Black women, mothers, educators, and persons of color seeking to cope with stress, anxiety and depression.
Joi is only currently accepting virtual only clients in New York.
Tabatha is currently accepting new individual clients (5-17 years old) virtually in New York.
Courtney is currently accepting new clients virtually in New Jersey.
*All sliding scale spots are full*
Children, adolescents and adults all have thoughts, feelings and/or life situations they need to process and heal from. Especially in Communities of Color where not only are people faced with implicit and explicit racism in addition to everyday life struggles; there is a stigma associated with mental health and therapy.