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Carlotta Warner, BA

Carlotta Warner, BA

Mental Health Counseling Student Intern




Children, Teens, Young Adults, Adults


Tampa, Telehealth



My name is Carlotta Warner; I was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio. I have one sister and one brother; most recently, my baby brother passed away due to a car accident that occurred on 9/12/2023 in Virginia. I am still grieving his loss. I lived in Virginia for 17 years, moved to Georgia, and lived there for 17 years. I am now in Tampa, FL, enjoying the sunny state. As a litigation paralegal, I play a crucial role in the legal field, contributing my skills and expertise to preparing for and assisting with legal proceedings. My role involves meticulous research, document preparation, and case management, all of which are vital to the success of legal endeavors. Beyond the technical aspects of my profession, my fulfillment is derived from the compassionate support I provide to those navigating the complexities of the legal system. My dedication to being there for those in need extends beyond my job, reflecting a commitment to justice and a genuine desire to impact people's lives positively. My role demands a sharp legal mind and a compassionate heart, making me a valuable ally for those seeking resolution and support in the legal arena. Outside of work, I seek solace at church services and functions; I enjoy playing basketball and roller-skating and, most importantly, feeding the less fortunate, being a sounding board for those who need to vent and relieve stress. As a prospective mental health counselor, I eagerly anticipate the profound joy that comes from facilitating positive change and growth in the lives of others. The prospect of creating a safe and empathetic space where individuals can openly explore their emotions and challenges excites me. I am enthusiastic about the opportunity to guide clients on their journey towards self-discovery, resilience, and healing. Witnessing the transformative power of counseling and being a steadfast support system in times of vulnerability brings a sense of fulfillment beyond professional satisfaction. I am energized by the potential to contribute to the mental and emotional well-being of others, fostering a positive impact that resonates in both their immediate lives and broader communities.


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