Dr.   Dianne   Douglas
I am a Doctor of Psychology specializing in Clinical and Community Psychology and the founder and Director of Douglas and Associates Limited. I did my graduate training in the United States at Wheaton College and Yale University then accepted an appointment as an Assistant Clinical Professor from Yale University’s School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry for six years. On my return to Trinidad, I lectured at both the undergraduate and masters’ levels at the University of the West Indies.

I absolutely enjoy being a psychologist. My profession is a calling and a sacred trust where I have the privilege to walk alongside a child, an adult, a couple, family or group towards assessment, healing and wholeness.

I am pleased with the success of our work in the local and international corporate sectors via our workplace interventions, Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) and our training and professional development workshops and seminars along with our community outreach to schools, churches, and organizations.

I am a member and past President of the Trinidad and Tobago Association of Psychologists (TTAP), a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) I am a member of the Board of the Bishop Anstey High School, my alma mater and I sit on the Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago’s Domestic Violence Process Review and Enhancement Committee.
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.
Alyssa   DeGazon-Roberts
I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master’s Level degree in Professional Counseling. For a several years, I worked at a number of higher education institutions in the United States where I was able to provide career guidance, life skills training, and crisis intervention and support to tertiary-level individuals.

Upon my return to Trinidad and Tobago, I worked closely with a non-governmental organization dedicated to providing guidance and direction to the nation’s children and their families. Through this organization, I was able to provide psychosocial support to a number of clients. In addition to this experience, I had the great honour of working in the child protection field in the Child and Family Services Unity at the Children’s Authority of Trinidad & Tobago.

Throughout my professional tenure thus far, I have been involved in several projects which have allowed me to develop greater capacity in stress management and group facilitation. While my passion rests in helping young adults to navigate the sometimes confusing terrain of daily life, I also thoroughly enjoy working with couples and families to assist in addressing any areas of concern.