Dr. Brittany Peters, LCSW, MCAP, QS
Dr. Brittany Peters is the Clinical Director/Owner of Center for Wellness & Clinical Development, LLC. Dr. Brittany is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW), a Qualified Supervisor for clinical social, and is also certified as a masters level addiction professional (MCAP).
Dr. Brittany has over 13 years of experience in community mental health as a clinician, advocate, consultant, and clinical director. Dr. Brittany also teaches social work courses for two major universities.
Continuing her belief in civic engagement, she volunteers her time though several organizations, including the Urban League Young Professionals, The Well for Life, League of Women Voters, and the Tampa Bay Unit of the National Association of Social workers.
Director of Programs
Isha Sumah is currently pursuing her Masters Degree in Social Work at the University of Campbellsville. In 2015 She graduated with her B.S in Psychology from Friends University. Isha is the lead clinical coordinator at Center of Wellness and Clinical Development where she coordinated and co lead the four week Mindful Movement therapeutic/support group that targeted young minority men and addressed topics such as Adverse Childhood Experiences, healthy boundaries, and healthy coping skills. Isha is currently co leading the Mental Health & Substance use disorders 101 support group serving members of the Tampa community.
Deirdre Branick is a graduate of George Mason University, where she majored in Psychology. She volunteered with non profit organizations throughout school in Northern Virginia where she assisted and supported both adults and children with mental disorders. After she graduated she returned to her hometown, Hampton, VA, where she worked in Social Services along with other LPC's assisting women in low income communities who needed financial assistance, but specifically she along with her superiors, worked to help the clients emotionally. There they provided resources and help to the young women who faced trauma and hardships emotionally. They supported the women as they continued to grow and advance, where they no longer required financial assistance. After spending several years there, due to Military orders, she along with her husband relocated to Florida, where she spent her first year there as an ESE teacher at a Title 1 School. There she worked with children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, as well as Autism. She currently works at the VA Medical Center, assisting veterans with help in specific clinics as well as assisting them with consultations. Through these positions, she has learned about treatment plans and how to implement help to specific populations. She is currently completing her MSW at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her hopes are to one day become an LCSW and have her own practice, full of diverse women, where they will provide Behavioral Therapy and support to women and families of all backgrounds.