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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 17/Nov/2021
8:30am
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9:30am
Opening Ceremony
Location: OPENING CEREMONY
9:30am
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9:35am
CONFERENCE BREAK 1
9:35am
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10:45am
Keynote Address: Presenter: Angela Gordon Stair - Caribbean Resilience: The Response of Caribbean Professionals to Natural & Man-made Disasters
Location: KEYNOTE ADDRESS
 

The Response of Caribbean Professionals to Natural and Man-made Disasters

Angela Gordon Stair

Jamaica Red Cross, Jamaica

10:45am
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11:00am
CONFERENCE BREAK 2
11:00am
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11:55am
Basic Research on Children: Exploring Basic Research on Children
Location: INTERACTIVE CHAT -1
 

Validating A Developmental Checklist For Young Surinamese Children

Suzanne Pelgrim1, Ineke Oenema-Mostert2, Manon Sanches1, Alexander Minnaert2

1: Anton de Kom University, Suriname; 2: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen



Parenting Styles and Academic Achievement in Antigua and Barbuda

Terese Saundre Millet

Syracuse University, United States of America

Non-Western Views of Health: Non-Western Views of Health and Resilience
Location: PAPER PRESENTATION 1
 

Promoting Health And Well-Being: C.H.A.T. - A Transgenerational Trauma Healing Model

Karen Brown

Infinity Linc International, United States of America



Intergenerational Religious Parenting and Coping in Afro-Surinamese Families

Haidy Jennifer Maria Lie-A-Ling1, Pam H. Zuurbier1, Jaipaul L. Roopnarine2,3, Ramón L Lindauer4

1: Department of Psychology, Anton de Kom University of Suriname, Paramaribo, Suriname; 2: Department of Human Development and Family Sciences, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, USA; 3: Institute for Graduate Studies and Research, Anton de Kom University of Suriname, Paramaribo, Suriname; 4: Department of Child and Ynouth Psychiatry, Amsterdam Universitair Medisch Centrum, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands



Gender Differences in Resilience and Coping among Survivors 2010 Earthquake

Jean Kesnold Mesidor

Florida State University College of Medicine, United States of America

Telehealth to Deliver Diabetes-Care in the Caribbean: A Systematic Review
Location: ROUNDTABLE 1
 

Chair(s): Chimene Castor (Howard University, United States of America)

Presenter(s): Chimene Castor (Howard University, United States of America)

Violences Et Résilience Dans Deux Régions Françaises D'Amérique
Location: SYMPOSIUM 1
 

Chair(s): CONSTANCE LECONTE (CENTRE HOSPITALIER CAYENNE, French Guiana)

Discussant(s): Joëlle CHANDEY (Centre Hospitalier de Cayenne)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Traumatismes Et Violences : Résilience Dans Le Lien De Couple

Constance LECONTE
Centre Hospitalier de Cayenne

 

Violences Sexuelles Et Résilience Chez La Femme

Joëlle CHANDEY
Centre Hospitalier de Cayenne

 

La Femme Poto-mitan : Une Forme De Résilience ?

Marie-Gina LECONTE
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de la Guadeloupe

12:00pm
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1:25pm
LUNCH BREAK | STUDENT SESSIONS 1
12:30pm
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1:25pm
Mentoring Session #1: Mentoring Session #1- Different Career Options with a Psychology Degree in the Caribbean and Abroad- Mentors: Will Campbell Valerie Knowles Nathalie Staines Gordon Kenene Senior
Location: Virtual Mentoring Session #1
Chair: Esprene Liddell-Quintyn, University of Miami, United States of America
Mentoring Session #2: Mentoring Session #2- Maintaining your Caribbean Identity while Living Abroad - Mentors: Dr. Gayl Crump Swaby La-Toya Arthur-Tucker
Location: Virtual Mentoring Session #2
Chair: Katija Khan, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago
1:30pm
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2:45pm
Caribbean Psych Perspectives: Historical and Current Perspectives in Caribbean Psychology - Presenters: Alscess Lewis-Brown Maysa Akbar - Urban Trauma in The Caribbean
Location: PLENARY 1
 

Literature as a Lifeline to History and Remedy for Disasters

Alscess Lewis-Brown

University of the Virgin Islands, Virgin Islands, U.S.



Urban Trauma in the Carribean

Maysa Akbar

American Psychological Association, United States of America

2:45pm
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3:00pm
CONFERENCE BREAK 3
3:00pm
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3:55pm
Cross-Border Telepsychology: Cross-Border Telepsychology: Regional Perspectives to Inform a Global Psychological Framework - International Union of Psychological Sciences (IUPsyS) - Presenters: Ann Watts (Chair) Katija Khan Brigitte Khoury Luis Carrizo
Location: SYMPOSIUM 2
Chair: Ann D. Watts, International Union of Psychological Science, South Africa
Chair: Katija Khan, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago
Chair: Brigitte Khoury, American University of Beirut, Dept. of Psychiatry, Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)
Culture & Psychometrics: Culturally Competent Psychometrics
Location: PAPER PRESENTATION 2
 

The Dilemma of WEIRD IQ Testing in the Caribbean

Shara Zoe, Donna-Maria Bradshaw Maynard, Mia Jules

The University of the West Indies, Barbados



Psychometric Properties of the Haitian Creole Version of the PTGI

Jean Kesnold Mesidor, Arthur L Whaley

Florida State University College of Medicine, United States of America, Independent Consultant, USA



Measuring Behavior Patterns using Culturally Sensitive Questionnaires: A Mexican-American Sample

Ana L. Colunga-Marin, Glena L. Andrews

George Fox University, United States of America



Challenging old narratives-Creating new visions: Addressing Behavioral Problems in Children

Francine Conway

Rutgers University, United States of America

Interventions:Children & Youth: Interventions with Children and Youth
Location: INTERACTIVE CHAT - 2
 

Parent–Child Interaction Therapy: A Unique Approach to Child Discipline

Venese A Madden

Northern Caribbean Univerity, Jamaica



Development of an Intervention for Young Jamaicans who Abuse Substances

Patrice A. Reid, Hamish J. McLeod, Chris Williams

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom



Using Social Skills Instruction To Enhance Self-Regulation And Resiliency

Stephanie Yvonne Flood, Nichole Marie Williams

The Ohio State University, United States of America



The Lived experiences of Jamaican Youtube Family Vlog Channel Subscribers

Danya Shoya Tomlin

Northern Caribbean Univerisity, Jamaica

 
4:00pm
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5:00pm
Covid Disparities Response: Covid in the Caribbean: Psychology's Response to Health Inequities, Disparities and Disbeliefs - Presenters: Jennifer Kelly Frank Worrel
Location: INVITED PANEL 1
Mental Health Research Funding Opportunities Within and Beyond Graduate School
Location: ROUNDTABLE 3
 

Chair(s): Elizabeth Farrah Louis (Fogarty Fellow, United States of America)

Presenter(s): Elizabeth Farrah Louis (Fogarty Fellow, USA)

Youth Friendly Societies; Elevating Child and Youth Wellbeing Through Crisis
Location: ROUNDTABLE 4
 

Chair(s): Kerriann Marie Peart (Nova Southeastern University, United States of America)

Presenter(s): Kerriann Marie Peart (Nova Southeastern University)

 
6:00pm
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9:00pm
Community Forum: Community Forum - Returning us to ourselves: Common History, Common Culture, Common Healing - Presenters: Namonyah Soipan; Chester Copemann Guerda Nicholas Rita Dudley-Grant
Location: LIVE STREAM
Chair: Dara Hamilton, The University of the Virgin Islands, Virgin Islands, U.S.
Chair: Guerda Nicolas, University of Miami, United States of America

 
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