Music x Black Culture x Holistic Care
The Trap Unicorn
“I feel like traditional therapy is boring and isn’t always conducive to speaking to the needs and experiences of Black people – so I created my alter ego, the Trap Unicorn, because she is a representation of urban Black culture and the Black girl who blasts her music on the way to the farmer’s market.” – Dr. Terri
The Trap Unicorn was inspired by the late visionary, activist, and entertainer, Tupac Amaru Shakur and the common devotion to advocate for the unrepresented and voiceless. The Trap Unicorn stands as a brand that fights against systematic oppression and strives to help Black families reclaim their power through creating safe and supportive spaces for self-healing using music, Black culture, and holistic practices.
The Trap Unicorn's mission is to help Black women and mothers of Black children feel safe - safe to think, safe to speak, safe to express, safe to feel, and safe to love - to break cycles of generational trauma and create generational wealth.
Trap Therapy was coined to describe the psychoeducational and non-traditional therapeutic work therapists have utilized to help their clients and communities triumph from the “traps” that prohibit them from healing perpetuated traumawounds and systematic oppression.
As you continue to explore ways to work with Dr. Terri, I invite you to follow her on Instagram to fill your news feed with all things trap therapy and living a happy, healthy, holistic lifestyle.
The Trap House of Healing
Muvas of Amerikkka
In partnership with the State of Hope, Muvas of Amerikkka, is a virtual grant funded program designed to help Black mothers in Georgia increase social, emotional, mental and financial stability by teaching financial literacy, parenting skills, mental illness awareness, cultural awareness, interpersonal skills, societal/risk factors awareness, and building community linkage.
Muvas of Amerikkka is a cycled eight-week course that meets virtually once a week for 2.5 hours with supplemental assignments between each virtual meeting. Muvas of Amerikkka services Black mothers in Fulton, Clayton, Dekalb, Cobb, and Gwinnett counties. To apply, complete the form below. To learn more about the State of Hope, and their hope for Georgia families, click here.
Keynote Speaking and Podcasts
NOT JUST ANOTHER KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Dr. Terri is a woman of many talents and prides herself in delivering high-energy impactful keynotes that will have the audience “getting their entire life together”. Dr. Terri uses a mixture of gut punching humor and intellect to teach, captivate, and inspire her audience.
HERE TO HELP ON & OFF THE MIC
Dr. Terri knows that her true value comes not just from her time on the mic, but the RESULTS that are generated by the audience after the fact. That’s why she’s laser-focused on creating change. She works with every event organizer before the event to identify the most-desired outcomes and craft spaces that are tailored directly to the audience. Then, she gives every audience member a takeaway (usually in the form of a challenge or workbook) to ensure they’re ready to hit the ground running and implement REAL change.
AVAILABLE FOR VIRTUAL AND IN-PERSON OPPORTUNITIES
It’s no secret that more and more speaking opportunities are taking place virtually. After all, it’s less travel and expense for you and the speaker you hire. Fortunately, Dr. Terri has been prepping for this for years, so no matter what program suits you and your team, she’s here to make it happen, whether in person or virtually.
To book a consult for keynote speaking or podcast opportunities, click here.
Here's how it works
Pick the date: Book your tea party using the Calendly link. You'll receive an automated confirmation email from Calendly.
Each tea party is different and features a live DJ, champagne and refreshments.
Come party: Show up to the party dressed up or dressed down (you decide).
Therapeutic Teatime is a live extension of the podcast “Therapeutic Teatime with the Trap Unicorn”.