Dr. La Keita Carter is the director of the Behavioral Health and Assessment Services Division at Loyola Clinical Centers (of Loyola University Maryland) and assistant professor of psychology at the Community College of Baltimore County on the Essex campus. After receiving her undergraduate degree from Temple University, she earned her master’s and doctoral degrees from Loyola University Maryland. As a licensed psychologist who was trained in clinical psychology, Dr. Carter splits her professional time between training graduate students in psychology and teaching psychology. She has taught a myriad of online and face-to-face classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels including Introduction to Psychology, Health and Wellness, Group Counseling, Psychometrics, Personal Life and Career Planning, Personality Psychology, Psychology of Learning, Social Psychology, Advanced Issues in Eating Disturbances, Human Relations in a Culturally Diverse Society, and Diversity Issues in Psychology. She has also worked as a psychotherapist in a number of clinical settings including hospitals, community mental health agencies, college counseling centers, and school systems. She is a member of the Maryland Psychological Association (MPA), Association for Psychology Training Clinics (APTC) and American Psychological Association (APA). She lives in Baltimore, Maryland, with her husband and two children.