Every psychologist on our team is experienced and well qualified (Masters or Doctoral level) and see their work in providing psychological care as a calling and sacred trust. We will be diligent to guard your privacy and protect your dignity. Our administrative support staff is committed to receiving you with sensitivity and respect.  

Natalie O’Brady, M.A.


Natalie O’Brady holds a Bachelor of Science in Behavioural Science and Master of Arts in Counselling. For several years she has worked as a clinical therapist and specializes in counselling adult and child survivors of trauma, sexual violence and family violence. She has presented at several local and regional conferences on issues of sexual violence and child abuse, and is a facilitator at regional training projects for UN Women. Ms. O’Brady is also a trained international facilitator and volunteer of AIDSLINK international and NGO established to disseminate information on HIV and AIDS to international audiences. Ms O’Brady is a Hubert Humphrey Fellow 2014/2015, Evans School of Public Affairs, University of Washington.

Denise Jittan-Johnson M.Sc.

I am a Masters Level Clinical Psychologist specializing in the area of therapy and assessment with children, adolescents and adults. I have experience with helping individuals overcome debilitating anxiety, feelings of overwhelming sadness, family and relationship concerns, and stage of life difficulties. Additional to therapeutic intervention, I offer diagnostic psychological and psycho-educational assessments.

As a member of the Cotton Tree Foundation’s Service Learning Programme Team, I provide psychological screening and exiting preschool classes biannually. In my capacity on this team I provide supervision to psychologists in training. I also serve as a mentor for the Global Shapers Community-Port of Spain Hub: an initiative of the World Economic Forum, which empowers young persons to make meaningful contributions to the local community. I am currently on the Executive Board of the Trinidad and Tobago Association of Psychologists (TTAP), holding the position of Assistant Secretary. I am also a member of the American Psychological Association (APA). 

I understand that it is important for you to feel comfortable with your therapist’s ability to connect with you and competently manage the challenges you encounter. I therefore look forward to having the opportunity to meaningfully attend to your concerns.