Dr Dianne Douglas is a Doctor of Psychology specializing in Clinical and Community Psychology.
Dr Douglas was trained in the United States of America (USA) at Wheaton College and Yale University. She was then appointed Assistant Clinical Professor at Yale University’s School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry for six (6) years. On her return to Trinidad, she lectured at both the undergraduate and Masters Level at the UWI St Augustine campus.
Dr Douglas is a regional consultant for the United Nations on Domestic Violence, HIV/AIDS and Gender Issues and the principal consultant for the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force in the development of their Military Community Support System (MCSS).
Dr Douglas’ provides expertise to the JURIST Project of the Caribbean Court of Justice in the development of speciality courts in the CARICOM region, for sexual offences. She also provides expertise to the Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago, and to jurisdictions in Guyana, St Lucia, Jamaica and Barbados in matters of domestic violence, child custody, co-parenting and sexual offences.
Dr. Douglas is a past President of the T&T Association of Psychologists, and founder of the T&T Association of Christian Counselors, as well as a member of the American Psychological Association and the Employee Assistance Professionals Association.
Dr. Douglas enjoys using radio and television to promote her message of psychological health, well-being and faith. She is a member of the Board of the Bishop Anstey High School, her alma mater.