Dr.   Dianne   Douglas
I am a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and a Community Psychologist. I completed my training in the U.S.A. at Wheaton College and Yale University. I am currently an Assistant Clinical Professor at Yale University School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry, a regional consultant on the Expert Team of UN Women?s Partnership for Peace, Domestic Violence Intervention Programme, UNDP and UNAIDS and a Past President of the Trinidad and Tobago Association of Psychologists (TTAP).

I am committed to the psychological development of persons in Caribbean and enjoy using radio and television as a means of promoting the message of psychological health and wellbeing.

I am a member of TTAP, The American Association of Psychologists, (APA), Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA), and The American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC).
Natalie   O'Brady-McDowell
I hold a Bachelor of Science in Behavioural Science and Master of Arts in Counselling. For several years I have worked as a clinical therapist and specialize in counselling adult and child survivors of trauma, sexual violence and family violence. I have 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.

I am a trained international facilitator and volunteer of AIDSLINK international and NGO established to disseminate information on HIV and AIDS to international audiences. I am a Hubert Humphrey Fellow 2014/2015, Evans School of Public Affairs, University of Washington and look forward to working with you as you journey to a brighter tomorrow.
Denise   Jittan-Johnson
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.
La   Toya   Tracey
I have served Trinidad & Tobago as a Social Worker for the past 10 years, and have extensive experience in working with children with difficult behaviours and their families. I have worked as a Social Worker at the Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago for seven years, during which time I developed treatment plans, counselled children deemed beyond the control of their parents, and provided group and individual counselling for parents who faced challenges post-divorce.

After my time at the Family Court, I worked in child protection and was instrumental in the establishment of the Children's Authority of Trinidad and Tobago, where I began as a Team lead in the areas of Juvenile Justice and 'Beyond Control'. After one year I was promoted to the position of Acting Manager of The Adoption and Foster Care Units, and the Child and Family Services Unit. Thereafter, I was contracted by the USAID/ UNDP Juvenile Court Project where I worked with the executive of the Children Court in the development of their Social Services Unit; ensuring that policies, procedures and interventions were developed to treat with children in conflict with the law. In addition to my professional accomplishments, I have acquired my Masters Degree in Marriage, Couple and Family Counselling at Walden University.

I have also been involved in volunteerism working with youth and parents. In this capacity, I co-facilitated several parenting workshops, and other group interventions focusing on behaviour change. In addition to this, I am a board member of the NGO "Is there Not A Cause", and was the social work representative on the Board of the Rotary Club of Maraval Special School.