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Session Overview
Date: Friday, 19/Nov/2021
7:30am
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8:00am
BUSH TEA IN DE MAHNIN 2
8:00am
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9:30am
Caribbean Health & Wellbeing: Enhancing Caribbean Health and Wellbeing - Presenters: Katija Khan Eliseo Perez-Stable
Location: PLENARY 4
 

'You Alright?': Threats And Safeguards For Caribbean Wellbeing during COVID-19

Katija Khan

University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago

9:30am
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9:45am
CONFERENCE BREAK 7
9:45am
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10:45am
Child & Family Traumatic Stress: The Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention: An Overview - Presenter: Kimberley Ho Misiaszek
Location: ROUNDTABLE
Household Needs in St. Croix after Maria
Location: ROUNDTABLE 14
 

Chair(s): Michael Harry Campbell (University of the West Indies--Cave Hill, United States of America), Noemi White (Sunshine Early Stimulation Centre, Barbados)

Presenter(s): Haley Cutler (St. Croix Foundation for Community Development), Rita Dudley-Grant (Private Practice/CANPA), Natalie Greaves (University of the West Indies--Cave Hill)

Models of Disaster Response: Models of Disaster Response
Location: PAPER PRESENTATION 4
 

“Be Prepared”: Disasters and Implications for Caribbean Psychology Education

Alisa Viola Alvis

St. George's University, Grenada



Utilizing the Five Elements of Crisis Intervention Following Natural Disasters

Philip J. Lazarus

Florida International University, United States of America



Infusing Cultural Competency in Emergency Responses for Multicultural Communities

Yuleinys Castillo1, Suzanne Maniss2

1: California State University, Fresno, United States of America; 2: University of Texas Rio Grande Valley



#WeGatchu - A Community Response to Hurricane Dorian

Niambi Francese Hall-Campbell Dean

University of The Bahamas, Bahamas, The

POSTERS 2: POSTER SESSION 2
Location: POSTER INTERACTIVE CHAT 2
 

Measurement of Ego Resiliency in Barbados

Michael Harry Campbell1, Jill Gromer2, Donna-Maria Maynard1, Maisha K. Emmanuel1

1: University of the West Indies--Cave Hill, Barbados; 2: Florida State University, USA



Senior Psychologists in Puerto Rico: contributions to academia, science, practice

FRANCES Boulon

University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico (U.S.)



Natural Disasters and Predictors of the Transition to College

Joy Grant, Elizabeth Jaeger

University of The Virgin Islands



Childhood Maltreatment and Teen Dating Violence in St. Croix, USVI

Berlina Wallace-Berube, Aletha Baumann

University of the Virgin Islands



The implementation of Psychosocial Capacity Building strengthens communities after disasters.

Miriam Desgazon

Smith College School of Social Work, United States of America



Lived Experiences of Ghanaian Adults Supporting Youth in Marginalized Communities

Lynn Holmes Miles

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology



Music In The Lives Of Adults With Dementia

Amber Martinez Smith (PhD)1, Sharon Kim Dyall (MA)2

1: Trauma & Resiliency International Child Welfare, USA; 2: Bertram Collins College of the Public Service, Guyana

Trauma Treatment & Interventions: Trauma Treatments and Interventions
Location: INVITED PANEL 4
 

Evidence Based Psychotherapies for Adult PTSD

Nnamdi Pole

Smith College, United States of America



Wellness Wednesdays : VI Program Post Irmaria via Radio and Podcasts

Marilyn Andrea Braithwaite-Hall

CRCP2020, Virgin Islands, U.S.



Interpersonal Trauma And Macro Interventions

Dara Hamilton

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

10:45am
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11:00am
CONFERENCE BREAK 8
11:00am
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11:55am
Female Perpetrators of IPV & Impact of COVID 19
Location: ROUNDTABLE 15
 

Chair(s): Dominique Eugene (HBNU Fogarty and ISI Fielding Graduate University, United States of America)

Presenter(s): Dominique Eugene (HBNU Fogarty and ISI Fielding Graduate University)

Human Rights Psychology: Human Rights & Psychology in Local & Global Context
Location: INVITED PANEL 5
 

Poverty and Human Rights

Rosie Phillips Davis

University Of Memphis, United States of America



USVI Children and Youth Task Force: Model for Community Resilience

Carla Sharon Perkins, Dr. Celia Victor, Dr. Micah Frett

USVI Children and Youth Task Force, United States of America



Psychology And Fundamental Human Rights: Reflections On A Covid-19 Year

Polli Hagenaars

Private Practice C5, Netherlands, The

Research on Health Wellbeing
Location: INTERACTIVE CHAT - 5
 

Intimate Partner Homicide-Suicide: At-risk Factors and Implications for Mental Healthcare

Audrey Marie Pottinger1, Nickiesha Passard2, Althea Bailey3

1: The University of the West Indies, Jamaica; 2: University of Technology, Jamaica; 3: The University of the West Indies, Jamaica



Cyberbullying and University Students

Leann Marissa Kendall

University of Guyana, Guyana



Moving Toward Trauma-informed Addiction Treatment in Barbados: An Exploratory Study

Jerine Griffith

The Substance Abuse Foundation Inc., Barbados



Project 'Calypso': Enabling the Barbadian Deaf Community to be 'Heard'

Penelope {Penny} Louise Moore

University College London, United Kingdom

Traditional Healing/Spirituality: Traditional Healing and Spirituality
Location: PAPER PRESENTATION 5
 

African Traditional Practices for Restoring the Psychological Well-Being

Marcia Sutherland

University at Albany, United States of America



Shame, Culture and Wellbeing: An African Perspective

Erhabor Sunday IDEMUDIA

North-West University, South Africa

Urban Trauma in the Caribbean
Location: ROUNDTABLE 16
 

Chair(s): Maysa Akbar (Urban Trauma)

Presenter(s): Maysa Akbar (Urban Trauma)

12:00pm
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1:25pm
LUNCH BREAK | STUDENT SESSIONS 3
12:30pm
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1:25pm
Mentoring Session #7: Mentoring Session #7 - Surviving and Thriving as a Psychologist of Colour - Mentors: Dr. Charissa D. Pizarro Terese Millet Joseph
Location: Virtual Mentoring Session #7
Chair: Esprene Liddell-Quintyn, University of Miami, United States of America
Mentoring Session #8: Mentoring Session #8 - Starting and Running a Consultation Business: Experiences of Regional and Extra Regional Practitioners - Mentors: Alethia Cadore MA RP Dr. Alisa Alvis
Location: Virtual Mentoring Session #8
Chair: Mia Amour Jules, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados
Mentoring Session #9: Mentoring Session #9 - Navigating an Early Career Profession within the Context of the Caribbean and the Diaspora - Mentors: Richard B. Adderley Deshane Gutierrez
Location: Virtual Mentoring Session #9
Chair: Donna-Maria Bradshaw Maynard, The University of the West Indies, Barbados
   
1:30pm
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2:45pm
Psychology Education & Training: Caribbean Psychology Education and Training - Presenters: Hector Adames - Problematizing and Disrupting a Raceless Latinidad in Psychology Mari-Luz Franco-Ortiz
Location: PLENARY 5
 

Beyond Colorism: Race and Racism in Education in Puerto Rico

Mariluz Franco-Ortiz

University of Puerto Rico Cayey, Puerto Rico (U.S.)



Problematizing and Disrupting a Raceless Latinidad in Psychology

Hector Adames

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

2:45pm
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3:00pm
CONFERENCE BREAK 9
3:00pm
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3:55pm
Caribbean Innovations: Innovations in Caribbean Perspectives
Location: PAPER PRESENTATION 6
 

Promoting Tourism Through The Cultural Heritage As A Psychology Response

Abner Fils Septembre

Rebâti Santé Mentale, Haiti



The Psychology of Caribbean Migration: Situated Contexts, Commonalities and Challenges

Christine Haytha Descartes1, Priya Elizabeth Maharaj2

1: The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago; 2: Gulf View Medical Centre, Trinidad and Tobago



Teacher’s Computer Self-efficacy and Technology Use: The Impact of COVID-19

Shani Shillingford

Dominica State College, Dominica

Lessons Learned: Engaging with Community Stakeholders to Address Health Disparities
Location: ROUNDTABLE 17
 

Chair(s): Caravella McCuistian (University of California, San Francisco), Kathy Burlew (University of Cincinnati)

Presenter(s): Kathy Burlew (University of Cincinnati), Caravella McCuistian (University of California, San Francisco), Danni Lanaway (University of Cincinnati)

Nurturing and Educating for Resilience: Building the Community Connectome
Location: SYMPOSIUM 6
Chair: Jane Holmes Bernstein, Boston Children's Hospital, United States of America
 

Chair(s): Jane Holmes Bernstein (Boston Children's Hospital, United States of America)

Discussant(s): Jane Holmes Bernstein (Boston Children's Hospital, United States of America & Tobago)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Role of the Community Center

Allyson Hamel-Smith
Cotton Tree Foundation, Trinidad & Tobago

 

Building Resilience to Trauma

Karen Moore, Julie Peters
Franciscan Institute Trauma Team, Trinidad & Tobago

 

The Educator as Change Leader

Elizabeth Crouch
School Leadership Center, Trinidad & Tobago Tobago

 

Developing a Service Learning Program

Ferne Pinard, Jane Holmes Bernstein
Boston Children's Hospital

Sustainability For Clinicians: A Mind/Body Approach
Location: ROUNDTABLE 18
 

Chair(s): Francine Kelley (Chicago BodyMind Wellness Studio, United States of America)

Presenter(s): Francine Kelley (Chicago BodyMind Wellness Studio)

 
4:00pm
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4:55pm
CLOSING CEREMONY
Location: CLOSING CEREMONY

 
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