Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 13/Nov/2018
8:30am
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12:30pm
PreConf Morning 1: Publication Bootcamp (Half Day)
Location: Manley
Chair: Jacqueline Mattis, University of Michigan, United States of America
 

Publication Bootcamp: Writing for Scholarly Journals

Jacqueline Mattis1, Kathleen Burlew2

1: University of Michigan, United States of America; 2: University of Cincinnati, United States of America

9:00am
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5:00pm
PreConf FullDay 1: Disaster Mental Health (Full Day)
Location: Belisario
Chair: Jeanne LeBlanc, Independent Practice, Canada
 

Disaster Mental Health Workshop

Jeanne Leblanc1, Mike Campbell2, Rita Dudley-Grant3, Josette Sam4

1: Independent Practice, Canada; 2: University of the West Indies--Cave Hill; 3: Licensed Clinical Psychologist, USVI; 4: Care Child Board, Barbados

PreConf FullDay 2: Emotional Emancipation Circles (Full Day)
Location: Bogle
Chair: Cheryl Grills, Loyola Marymount University, United States of America
 

Emotional Emancipation Circles- Training of Facilitators

Cheryl Grills1, Daryl Rowe2

1: Loyola Marymount University, United States of America; 2: Association of Black Psychologists

1:00pm
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5:00pm
PreConf Afternoon 1: Psychology Education/Training Curriculum Workshop (Half Day)
Location: Garvey
Chair: Makesha Tamaala Evans, International University of the Caribbean, Jamaica
 

Psychology Education and Curriculum

Makesha Tamaala Evans1, Aida Jiminez Torres2

1: International University of the Caribbean, Jamaica; 2: University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico

PreConf Afternoon 2: Grant Writing Workshop (Half Day)
Location: Bustamente
Chair: Anna Wheatley Scarbriel, Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands, United States of America
 

Grant Writing Workshop

Anna Wheatley Scarbriel1, Rita Dudley-Grant2, Merry Bulllock3

1: Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands, USVI; 2: Private Practice, USVI; 3: Ahimsa International, USVI

6:00pm
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9:00pm
Social: Welcome Reception
Location: Talk of the Town
Date: Wednesday, 14/Nov/2018
8:00am
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9:30am
S-01: Opening Session
Location: Ballroom
Chair: Rosemarie Voordouw, Jampsych, Jamaica

Welcoming Music
Opening Remarks
Greetings:

  • Dr. Kevin Goulbourne, Director Mental Unit
  • Dr. Omowale Amuleru-Marshall, President, CANPA
  • Dr. Kai Nicolas, President JAMPSYCH and Dr. Guerda Nicolas, CANPA Secretary-General - CRCP2018 Co-Chairs

Music

Pioneer Award Pesentation

Recognition of Trailblazers in Psychology

Opening Session Keynote: Senator, The Honourable Dr. Chsistopher Tufton, Minister of Health

9:45am
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10:45am
S-02: CRCP2018 Keynote Addresses
Location: Ballroom
Chair: Omowale Amuleru-Marshall, CANPA, United States of America
 

On Building Community Capital

Nelson Colon

Puerto Rico Community Foundation, Puerto Rico (U.S.)


Affordable, Accessible, Culturally Sensitive Assessment and Intervention across Caribbean Nations

Michael Lambert

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and 3-C Family Services, United States of America

10:45am
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11:00am
B1: Morning Coffee Break
Location: Prefunction Area
11:00am
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12:00pm
S-03: Invited Panel: Söderstrom, Whaley, Clinton
Location: Rio Bueno
Chair: Michael Harry Campbell, University of the West Indies--Cave Hill, Barbados
 

Imported, Adapted, or Home grown? Psychology in Different Sociocultural Contexts.

Kerstin Söderström

Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway


Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychotic Disorders: Separating Culture from Psychopathology

Arthur L Whaley

Independent Consultant, United States of America


Leadership in International Psychology

Amanda Beth Clinton

American Psychological Association, United States of America

S-04: Papers: Caribbean Psychology Education and Training
Location: Belisario
Chair: Victor LINA, Association des Psychologues de la Martinique, Ecole Régionale ALI-Antilles, Martinique (France)
 

Experiences Of Parents Regarding Special Education Decisions For Their Children

Sean Travis Doorn

Adelphi University, United States of America


The Strengths-Based Approach: Promoting Student Achievement and Holistic Growth

Edward Rawana

Lakehead University, Canada


Unpacking Workplace Race-Based Traumatic Stress

Natacha Pennycooke

Browne Psychology Professional Corporation, Canada


Education en Haiti: défis de la scolarisation des haïtiens

Ronald Jean Jacques

Association Haitienne de Psychologie (AHPsy) Haiti

S-05: Papers: Education and Workplace
Location: Gordon
Chair: Jacqueline Mattis, University of Michigan, United States of America
 

Re-conceptualizing Psychology in Haiti: A Doctoral Student’s Experiences

Elizabeth Farrah Louis

The University of Georgia, United States of America


Investigating Communication Apprehension as a Factor Impacting Student Communication Competence

Cheryl Cadogan-McClean

The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados


Facebook Use and Emotions among University Students

Leann Marissa Kendall

University of Guyana, Guyana


Parenting Styles and Student Academic Performance in The Bahamas

Nicora Shekera Stubbs-Young

Ministry of Education, Bahamas, The

S-06: Roundtable: Disaster Response
Location: Bogle1
 

Post Disaster Care: Ambiguous Loss and Healing the Hurt

Chair(s): Amanda DiLorenzo (University of Central Florida, United States of America)

Presenter(s): Amanda DiLorenzo (University of Central Florida)

S-07: Roundtable: Supervision and Practice
Location: Garvey
 

Equipping Caribbean Consulting Psychologists: ensuring quality cross-cultural supervision and practice

Chair(s): John Patrick Fennig (DRI Consulting), Makesha Tamaala Evans (International University of the Caribbean, Jamaica)

Presenter(s): John Patrick Fennig (DRI Consulting), Makesha Evans (IUC)

S-08: Symposium: Evènements Traumatogènes Et Epreuves Projectives En Guadeloupe Et En Guyane
Location: Negril
 

Evènements Traumatogènes Et Epreuves Projectives En Guadeloupe Et En Guyane

Chair(s): Marie Gina LeConte (CHU de la GUADELOUPE, Guadeloupe), Nadine Grandbois (CHAR de la GUYANE FRANCAISE)

Discussant(s): Nadine Grandbois (CHAR de la GUYANE FRANCAISE)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Violence Conjugale Meurtrière : Homicide-suicide Et Devenir Psychique Des Enfants

Marie Gina LeConte
CHU de la GUADELOUPE

 

Clinique Du Corps Et Violence De L'annonce Chez L'adolescent Séropositif

Constance LeConte
CHAR de la GUYANE FRANCAISE

 

Couple Et Famille : Violence Sexuelle Et Filiation Psychique

Jöelle Chandey
CHAR de la GUYANE

S-09: Symposium: Recognizing Cultural Realities Through Client Factors
Location: Bustamente
 

Recognizing Cultural Realities Through Client Factors

Chair(s): Audeya Fuller (Family court, Department of Justice)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Therapeutic realities: Who, what, why?

Djavila Ho, Kai A.D. Morgan, Tiffany Palmer
Jamaican Psychological Society

 

Assessment realities

Tiffany Palmer1, Kai A.D. Morgan2, Djavila Ho3
1Jamaican Psychological Society, 2Jamaiacan Psychological Society, 3Jamaica Psychological Society

 

Assessment: Cultural realities

Kai A.D Morgan, Djavila Ho, Tiffany Palmer
Jamaican Psychological Society

S-10: Roundtable: Culturally Competent Assessment
Location: Port Antonio
 

Culturally Competent Assessment Roundtable

Polli Hagenaars1, Mia Jules2

1: Private Practice, The Netherlands; 2: University of the West Indies--Cave Hill

12:00pm
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1:30pm
Lunch
Location: Talk of the Town
1:30pm
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2:45pm
S-11: Plenary: Caribbean Health and Wellbeing
Location: Montego Bay
Chair: Karen Anne Carpenter, Caribbean Sexuality Research Group (CSRG), Jamaica
 

Challenging psychological immaturity in the Anglophone Caribbean

Frederick Hickling

University of the West Indies, Emeritus


Building Capacity: Dissemination-Implementation Science, Community Partnerships and Integrative Behavior Health

Francine Conway

Rutgers University, United States of America

2:45pm
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3:00pm
Afternoon Break
Location: Prefunction Area
2:45pm
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4:00pm
S-12: Poster Session
Location: Prefunction Area
 

Bullying In Nursing: A Bahamian Perspective

Richard Bernard Adderley, Jamal Trent Bingham, Natera Sturrup, KyShaun Miller, Narissa Saunders Butler, Michaela Conliffe

University of The Bahamas, Bahamas, The


Peer And Parental Influences On Bahamian Adolescent Marijuana Usage

Sunshine Forbes

University of The Bahamas, Bahamas, The


The Undergraduate Psychology Degree Program: Challenges For Males

Richard Bernard Adderley, Kirkland McKintosh, Marlon Miller, Jamal Trent Bingham, KyShaun Miller

University of The Bahamas, Bahamas, The


Colorism in The Bahamas

Jyrquel Pinder, Paige Rolle, Sicily Stubbs

University of The Bahamas, Bahamas, The


From Failure To Flourishing- Fostering Childhood Well-being And Resilience

Amber Renea Martinez

Chicago School of Professional Psychology, United States of America


Positive Youth Development: A Pathway To Sustaining Peace In Tanzania

Laura Johnson1, Grace Kibanja2, Christopher Drescher1,3, Enoch Sackey1, Marsh Rachel1, Michael Malindi4

1: University of Mississippi, United States of America; 2: Makerere University; 3: University of Augusta; 4: Mzumbe University


Gender Differences in Driver Yielding Behaviour at School Crossings

Kenneth Frazier, Rashanda McHardy, Brenika Scott

University of The Bahamas, Bahamas, The


Global Mental Health-What Is International Psychology

Amber Renea Martinez Smith, Lucy Turek Damato

Chicago School of Professional Psychology, United States of America


El Efecto de los Pulsos Binaurales Sobre los Procesos Psicológicos

Graham Pluck1, Marco Antonio Lopez2

1: Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador; 2: Escuela Superior Politécnica de Chimborazo, Ecuador


Gender Differences in Driver Yielding Behaviour at Traffic Light Intersections

Trent Bingham, Charcini Pandy, Keithera Rolle

University of The Bahamas, Bahamas, The

3:00pm
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4:00pm
S-13: Invited Panel Amuleru-Marshall, Davis, Hamilton
Location: Bustamente
Chair: Nicora Shekera Stubbs-Young, Ministry of Education, The Bahamas, Bahamas, The
 

Programmes Addressing Gender-based Violence in the Caribbean: Do They Work?

Zuri Amuleru-Marshall

St. George's University, Grenada


Persisting In The Face Of Poverty

Rosie Phillips Davis

American Psychological Association, United States of America


Small Community, Large Impact

Dara Hamilton

University of the Virgin Islands

S-14: Papers: Criminal Justice System
Location: Gordon
Chair: Grace Adebisi Fayombo, The 1universityof the West Indies, Barbados, Barbados
 

Profiling repeat offenders: Predictors of recidivism in Trinidad and Tobago

Katija Khan1, Vanroy Paul2

1: University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago; 2: University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago


Dispositional Predictors Of Job Satisfaction Among Police Officers In Trinidad

LINDA MOHAMMED1, RANDY SEEPERSAD2

1: UNIVERSITY OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGOINSTITUTE FOR CRIMINOLOGY AND PUBLIC SAFETY, Trinidad and Tobago; 2: UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES


Intersecting Violence, Sleep and Psychopathology: Presenting an Integrative Treatment Model

Priya Maharaj1,2, Nicola Barclay2

1: Gulf View Medical Centre, Trinidad and Tobago; 2: University of Oxford, UK

S-15: Papers: Identity, Personality, Treatment
Location: Belisario
Chair: Christine Descartes, The University of th West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago
 

Nobody Told Us! Trinidad & Tobago 1970 Black Power Revolution

Keisha V. Thompson

Kingsborough Community College, City University of New York, United States of America


Black Racial Ideologies: Finding Clarity In The "Ism-Schism Game”

Allison Nicole Bair1, Jennifer Steele2, Frederick Hickling3

1: York University/Seneca College, Canada; 2: York University; 3: University of the West Indies at Mona


The Intersection of Race and Beauty in Urban Jamaica

Claudia Barned

University of Guelph, Canada


Parent Adolescent Communication and Risk Behaviors: Diasporic Cultural Differences

Chynere Best, Debra D. Roberts

Howard University, United States of America

S-16: Papers: Immigration and Migration
Location: Rio Bueno
Chair: Marcia Elizabeth Sutherland, University at Albany, United States of America
 

Chinese Jamaican Immigrant Experience in The U.S. and Identity Construction

Kimberly Sabrina Ho Misiaszek

University of Miami, United States of America


The Pull Of Home: Lived Experiences Of Remigration

Lystra Huggins

Medgar Evers College, CUNY, United States of America


Living in Limbo: Psychological Impact of Biculturalism on Bahamian-American Women

Deondra Le'Shaun Smith

Breakthrough Therapeutic Concepts, LCC., United States of America

S-17: Roundtable: Practical Strategies for Developing and Sustaining Multicultural Counselling Competence
Location: Garvey
 

Practical Strategies for Developing and Sustaining Multicultural Counselling Competence

Chair(s): Wendy Greenidge (Lamar University, USA/St. Lucia), Dilani Perera-Diltz (University of Houston - Clear Lake)

Presenter(s): Wendy Greenidge (Lamar University, USA/St. Lucia), Dilani Perera-Diltz (University of Houston - Clear Lake)

S-18: Roundtable: Responding to Ethical Dilemmas in Psychotherapy in the Caribbean
Location: Bogle
 

Responding to Ethical Dilemmas in Psychotherapy in the Caribbean

Chair(s): Winston Seegobin (George Fox University, USA)

Presenter(s): Winston Seegobin (George Fox University, USA), Karen Seegobin (Yamhill County Family and Youth Programs, USA)

S-19: Workshop: Journal Article Publishing
Location: Port Antonio
 

Help me get Published! Writing for Peer Reviewed Journals

Abigail Gewirtz

University of Minnesota, United States of America

 
3:00pm
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5:00pm
S-20: Students' Roundtables
Location: Negril
 

Student’s Roundtable Discussion: Psychology Issues in the Caribbean

Chair(s): Maxie Moreman (University of Miami), Esprene Liddell-Quinten (CRECER)

Presenter(s): Natacha Janac (tbd), Monique McKenny (tbd), Malaika Edwards (Liberty University), Elizabeth Farrah Louis (University of Georgia), Alicia Campbell (tbd), Claire Atkinson (tbd)

4:00pm
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5:00pm
Free3: Free
Location: Addtl1
S-21: Invited Panel: Gewirtz, Jacobs, LeBlanc
Location: Manley
Chair: Joan Morine Latty, Northern Caribbean University, Jamaica
 

Improving Resilience in Families following Disasters by Strengthening Parenting

Abigail Gewirtz

University of Minnesota, United States of America


Responding To The Unique Psychological Support Needs Of Individual Communities

Gerard A. Jacobs

Disaster Mental Health Institute, United States of America


Healing During Chaos: A Behavioral Health Approach to Disaster Medicine

Jeanne Marie Leblanc1,2,3

1: Independent Practice, Canada; 2: Canadian Medical Assistance Teams; 3: British Columbia Disaster Psychosocial Services

S-22: Papers: Assessment, Intervention
Location: Rio Bueno
Chair: Ishtar Govia, The University of the West Indies, Jamaica
 

Culturally and Conceptually Valid Assessment of Caribbean Children and Adults

Michael Lambert1, Maureen Samms-Vaughan2

1: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; 2: University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica WI


Mapping Pathways to Psychoeducational Assessment in Barbados: An Exploratory Analysis

Donna-Maria Maynard, Mia Amour Jules

The University of the West Indies, Barbados


Efficacy of Mindfulness-Based Interventions in Children and Adolescents with ADHD

Friedrich Linderkamp

University of Wuppertal, Germany


Adapting Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Psychotherapy for Caribbean clients

Winston Seegobin1, Karen Seegobin2

1: George Fox University, USA; 2: Yamhill County Family and Youth Programs, USA

S-23: Papers: Community, Mental Health
Location: Belisario
Chair: G Rita Dudley-Grant, VI Behavioral Services, Virgin Islands, U.S.
 

Pathways to Promoting Psychological Care to Older Adults.

Winsome Alston

CSI, United States of America


Supporting Community Research in Jamaica: Perspectives from Researchers

Dominique A. Lyew

Vanderbilt University, United States of America


Attitudes Towards Mental Illness Among Frontline Hospital Staff: Preliminary Findings

Christine Descartes1, Priya Maharaj2

1: The University of th West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago; 2: Mental Health Department, Gulf View Medical Centre, San Fernando, Trinidad

S-24: Roundtable: Apprenticeship
Location: Garvey
 

Les troubles d'apprentissage en Guyane Française

Chair(s): Fauve Houmounou Zythat (Institut des troubles d'apprentissage du Québec- Neuropsychologue formatrice Guyane française, Canada)

Presenter(s): Fauve Houmounou Zythat (Institut des troubles d'apprentissage du Québec- Neuropsychologue formatrice Guyane française, Canada), Shelby Garret (Association De Guyane, French Guyana)

S-25: Roundtable: Autism Services
Location: Gordon
 

Establishing and Providing Autism Services throughout the Caribbean

Chair(s): Lindsy Wagner (Island Therapy Solutions, USVI)

Presenter(s): Lindsy Wagner (Island Therapy Solutions, USVI), Adriane Maier (Island Therapy Solutions, USVI), Lori Jeffers (Island Therapy Solutions, USVI), Courtney Mills (Strategic Transition Enrichment Program, USVI), Andrea Purdome (Island Therapy Solutions, USVI)

S-26: Roundtable: Counseling LGBT
Location: Bogle
 

Affirming Counseling Practices for Gay West Indian Clients

Chair(s): Alfonso Ferguson (Montclair State University, USA)

Presenter(s): Alfonso Ferguson (Montclair State University, USA), Leanice Smith (Montclair State University)

S-27: Symposium: Gender in the Caribbean
Location: Bustamente
 

Psychological and Sociological Perspectives on Gender in the Caribbean

Chair(s): Tracy A. McFarlane (The University of the West Indies, Mona)

Discussant(s): Ian Boxill (The University of the West Indies, Mona)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Jamaican Masculinity and Implications for Psychological and Physical Well-Being

Akissi Hibbert
The University of the West Indies, Mona

 

Dynamics of Gender and Development

Ian Boxill1, Deborah Fletcher2
1The University of the West INdies, Mona, 2Centre for Tourism and Policy Research

 

Psychology of Gender: Caribbean Issues and Perspectives

Tracy A. McFarlane
The University of the West Indies, Mona

5:30pm
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7:00pm
Early Scholars Com.: Student Social Hour
Location: Legacy Terrace
6:00pm
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8:00pm
Public: Community Event
Location: Gardens
Date: Thursday, 15/Nov/2018
8:15am
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9:45am
S-28: Plenary: Education and Training
Location: Montego Bay
Chair: Tracy A. McFarlane, The University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica
 

Psychology Education and Training in the Caribbean: A Few Ideas

Frank Worrell

University of California, Berkeley, United States of America


Harmonizing Education & Training Standards in the Caribbean Region

Milagros Mendez

to be added

9:45am
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10:45am
S-29: Invited Panel: Daniel, Domersant, Maras
Location: Bustamente
Chair: Guillermo Bernal, CANPA - Caribbean Alliance of National Psychological Associations, Puerto Rico (U.S.)
 

Psychology: The People in Context Discipline

Jessica Henderson Daniel

Boston Children's Hospital, United States of America


Pont Incontournable Pour Une Prise En Charge Efficace En Haïti

Rene Junior DOMERSANT

Ministry of Public Health and Population, Haiti.


The Vision And Mission of IUPSyS In Supporting Regional Colleagues

Pam Maras

International Union Of Psychological Science (IUPsyS)

S-30: Invited Roundtable: Pediatric Care
Location: Gordon
 

Addressing Parental Mental Health Needs in Pediatric Primary Care

Dominique Charlot-Swilley, Stacy Y. Hodgkinson

Children's National Health System, United States of America

S-31: Papers: Media, Identity, Mental Health
Location: Belisario
Chair: Zuri Amuleru-Marshall, St. George's University, Grenada
 

Media's Influence On The Sexual Self-Esteem Of Gay Male Youths

Derniel Marcio O'Connor

University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica


The Sexual Citizen: Advancing Clinical Sexology To Meet Regional Needs

Karen Anne Carpenter

Caribbean Sexuality Research Group (CSRG), Jamaica


Cross-cultural Caribbean opinions on suicide

Katija Khan1, Angie Bailey2

1: University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago; 2: University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Barbados


Socio-cultural identity and faith: Culturally-relevant implications for Caribbean Canadian immigrants

Dalon Taylor1, Sandra Dixon2

1: York University, Canada; 2: University of Lethbridge , Canada

S-32: Papers: Disaster Response
Location: Negril
Chair: Tracey King, Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre, Bahamas, The
 

Posttraumatic Growth among Survivors of the 2010 Earthquake in Haiti

Jean-Kesnold Mesidor1, Kaye Sly2

1: Florida State University, USA; 2: Jackson State University, USA


Leveraging Existing Modes of Healing in Disaster Mental Health Response

Gilberte Bastien

Morehouse School of Medicine, United States of America


My Resilience Building Journey After 2Cat5 Hurricanes Within Two Weeks

Marilyn Braithwaite-Hall

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

S-33: Papers: Mental Health, Identity
Location: Rio Bueno
Chair: Sheena Myong Walker, University of the Virgin Islands, United States of America
 

Psychological Distress Following Entry To a Drug Treatment Facility

Wendy Fernander

Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre, Bahamas, The


Psychistry: Writing The Local Psychology Narrative

Stephanie Patricia Hutcheson, Ava D. Thompson

University of The Bahamas, Bahamas, The


Jamaican Psychologists Speak their Minds: Exploring History, Identity and Practice

Makesha Tamaala Evans, Dave Anthony Spence

International University of the Caribbean, Jamaica

S-34: Papers: Youth, Community
Location: Port Antonio
Chair: Djavila Ho, Jamaican Psychological Society, Jamaica
 

JUS Media? Programme: Media literacy for remotely acculturating Jamaican families

Candice Wray2, Gail M. Ferguson1, Julie M. Meeks Gardner2, Jodi Sutherland2, Cagla Giray1, Rachel Powell3, Steve Tran1, Barbara H. Fiese1, Brenda Koester1, JUS Media? Programme Study Team1,2

1: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; 2: University of the West Indies Open Campus; 3: Centers for Disease Control Foundation, USA


Resources for the Development of Youths' Civic Motivation

Nadia Jessop1, Roy McCree2

1: University of Kansas, USA; 2: University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad & Tobago


Solidarity and Promising Community Practices

Sonia Mills-Minster

Browne Psychology Professional Corporation, Canada


Father Absenteeism and the Relationship Adjustment and Self-esteem of Females

Shaye Ann Campbell-Mosquera, Venese Madden

Northern Caribbean University, Jamaica

S-35: Roundtable: Competencies/Education
Location: Bogle
 

Applicability of Professional Psychology Competencies to Caribbean Trainees

Chair(s): Laura Marks (University of Memphis, United States of America), Ashley Hutchison (The University of North Dakota)

Presenter(s): Ashley Hutchison (The University of North Dakota), Laura Marks (University of Memphis), Antonia Forbes (The University of North Dakota)

S-36: Roundtable: Work/Disabilities
Location: Garvey
 

Transition to Work for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

Chair(s): Chrisann Schiro-Geist (The University of Memphis, United States of America)

Presenter(s): Chrisann Schiro-Geist (The University of Memphis)

10:45am
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11:00am
Morning Break
Location: Prefunction Area
10:45am
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12:00pm
S-37: Poster Session
Location: Prefunction Area
 

Background Music, Free Recall, and the Serial Position Effect

Timaria Bain, Rolanda Davis, Christopher Griffin

University of The Bahamas, Bahamas, The


Community-Based Psychological First Aid (CBPFA) For The Caribbean Region

Gerard A. Jacobs1, Sean Stephens2, Ishtar Govia3, Randal P Quevillon1, Sara Erickson1, Rathna Garigipati1

1: Disaster Mental Health Institute, United States of America; 2: Unknown, but coming; 3: Caribbean Institute for Health Research, U. of West IndiesU


Non-Erotic Touch and its Implications in the Counseling Profession

Win Alston

CSI, United States of America


Invisible Disability: The Experience of a Visual Impairment Diagnosis

Stefanie D. Belnavis

Lesley University, USA


Perceived Causes of Mental Illness by Traditional Health Practitioners

Tholene Sodi, Phuti Makweya

University of Limpopo, South Africa


Memory Systems and Academic Achievement: The Importance of Non-declarative Learning

Graham Pluck1, Patricia Bravo2

1: Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador; 2: Universidad Nacional de Chimborazo, Ecuador


Art : The Language of Emotions in Therapy

Lesli-Ann Belnavis

Mustard Seed Communities - Jerusalem! Children's Home, Jamaica

11:00am
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12:00pm
S-38: Invited Panel: Bhawuk, Mattis, Langtiw
Location: Negril
Chair: Guerda Nicolas, University of Miami, United States of America
 

Colonization of the Mind: Loss of Indigenous Language and Culture

Dharm Prakash Sharma Bhawuk

University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States of America


Toward a Critical Positive Psychology of the Caribbean

Jacqueline Mattis

University of Michigan, United States of America


Decolonizing the Psychology Curriculum: Caribbean Realities

Cynthia Lubin Langtiw

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, United States of America

S-39: Invited Panel: Franklin, Bullock, Clinton
Location: Rio Bueno
Chair: Jacqueline Baussan, Association Haitienne de Psychologie, Haiti
 

From Knowledge to Solutions: Getting a Seat at the Table

Merry Bullock

Ahimsa International


Coalition Building For Collective Impact Upon Caribbean Health And Wellness

Anderson J. Franklin

Boston College, United States of America


Integrated Behavioral Health: Psychological Services in Judgment Free Comfort Zones

Linda Busch

Integrated Behavioral Health and Compassionate Counseling LLC, United States of America

S-40: Papers: Adolescent Perspectives
Location: Port Antonio
Chair: Maja Inessa Heijmans-Goedschalk, CARE, Netherlands, The
 

The State of the Eastern Caribbean Family: Adolescent Perspectives

Nicora Shekera Stubbs-Young

University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Barbados


Adolescent parental bereavement in Caribbean societies - understanding grief and loss.

Margaret Yvonne Nakhid-Chatoor

University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT), Trinidad and Tobago


Protective Factors for depression and anxiety in Pre-Secondary Caribbean Students

Mia Amour Jules1, Donna-Maria B Maynard1, Gillian Lowe2, Garth Lipps2

1: The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados; 2: The Unversity of the West Indies, Mona Campus Jamaica


Jamaican Adolescents' Views On Violence In Intimate Adolescent Relationships

Gillian Erica Mason

University of the West Indies, Mona

S-41: Papers: Post-Trauma Wellness
Location: Belisario
Chair: Arlette M Wildman, St. George's University, Grenada
 

Integrated Approach to Student and Employee Wellness Post Hurricanes

Marilyn Braithwaite-Hall

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


An Examination of Treatment Approaches for Populations Exposed Traumatic Events

Cheril Thompson, Orlean Brown Earle

NORTHEN CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY, MANCHESTER ,JAMAICA


Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Prevention for Students Evacuated following Maria.

Mc Millan U. Cuffy, Davendranand Sharma, Rhonda McIntyre

DOminica Psychological Society, Saint Kitts and Nevis

S-42: Papers: Work & Workplace
Location: Gordon
Chair: Wendy Fernander, Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre, Bahamas, The
 

Depression - Workplace Productivity Impact : Jamaican Experience

Margarett Barnett1, Arlene Lawrence2, Sharon Jackson3

1: Jamaica Theological Seminary, Jamaica; 2: Jamaica Customs Agency; 3: University of Technology


Work Characteristics, Work-Family Conflict and Well-Being in Jamaican Police Officers.

Kenisha Nelson

University of Technology, Jamaica


Jeunes et police à Montréal : comment diffuser quels savoirs?

Lourdes Stéphane Alix

Independant researcher, Canada


Psychology at Work: Unlocking the Secrets to Economic Success

Kara Tamara Lord

University of Guyana, Guyana

S-43: Roundtable: Community Based Mental Health
Location: Bogle
 

Lessons Learned from Community Based Mental Health Trainings in Haiti

Chair(s): Gilberte Bastien (Morehouse School of Medicine)

Presenter(s): Elizabeth Louis (The University of Georgia)

S-44: Roundtable: Social Justice
Location: Garvey
 

Psychologists on the Frontline of Social Justice

Chair(s): Kathleen Burlew (University of Cincinnati, United States of America), Anna Ghee (Xavier University)

Presenter(s): Kathleen Burlew (University of Cincinnati), Anna Ghee (Xavier University)

S-45: Symposium: Private Practice in the Caribbean
Location: Bustamente
 

Private Practice in the Caribbean: Challenges and Opportunities

Chair(s): G Rita Dudley-Grant (VI Behavioral Services)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Caribbean Private Practice, Ethical Treatment and Cultural Adaptations

Ava Thompson1, Dara Hamilton2
1University of the Bahamas, 2University of the Virgin Islands

 

Psychotherapy in the Caribbean: Children and Adolescents

Sophia J. Parrilla
Island Therapy Solutions

 

Brief Couples Therapy in the Caribbean

Wayne Etheridge
Island Therapy Solutions

 

Integrating Private Practice with Public Service

G Rita Dudley-Grant
VI Behavioral Services

12:00pm
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1:30pm
Lunch
Location: Talk of the Town
1:30pm
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2:45pm
S-46: Plenary: Multiculturalism and Multilingualism
Location: Montego Bay
Chair: Pearnel Syvline Bell, Northeast Regional Health Authority, Jamaica
 

Re-Un-thinking Multiculturalism

Guillermo Bernal

CANPA - Carbbean Alliance of National Psychological Associations


Violence Postmoderne et Problématique du Discours Colonial dans la Caraïbe

Victor LINA

Association des Psychologues de la Martinique, Ecole régionale ALI-Antilles

2:45pm
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3:00pm
Afternoon Break
Location: Prefunction Area
3:00pm
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4:00pm
S-47: Invited Panel: Fayombo, Jules, LaFortune
Location: Negril
Chair: Makesha Tamaala Evans, International University of the Caribbean, Jamaica
 

Developing Into Socially Active Being: Caribbean Adolescents’ Relationships And Concerns

Grace Adebisi Fayombo

The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados


Susceptibility to online peer influence model: Applications for health-risk prevention

Mia Amour Jules

The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados


Haitian students who immigrated to Quebec after the earthquake

Gina Lafortune

Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

S-48: Invited Panel: Franklin, Rowe, Sutherland
Location: Bustamente
Chair: Lester Orville Shields, University of the West Indies, Jamaica
 

African-Centered Psychology: Restoring Human Agency to the Caribbean Community

Daryl Rowe

Association of Black Psychologists, United States of America


Enhancing The Psychological Well-Being of People of African Descent

Marcia Elizabeth Sutherland

University at Albany, United States of America

S-49: Papers: Health Management
Location: Rio Bueno
Chair: Stefanie Belnavis, The Home for Little Wanderers, United States of America
 

Chronic Diseases and Behavioral Health Disparities in St. Lucia

Brian McGregor, Gilberte Bastien, Kisha Holden

Morehouse School of Medicine, United States of America


Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Awareness in Caribbean Culture

Ana Colunga-Marin, Glena Andrews, Isolde Hughes

George Fox University, USA


Fertility Desire and Depressive Symptoms in a HIV Population

Audrey Marie Pottinger, Janice Ann Lucas, Kamali Carroll, Rouashay Higgins

The University of the West Indies, Mona, JAMAICA


Psychological and Social Factors Associated with Diabetes Management for Adolescents

Jodi Marie Sutherland1, Sharlene Jarrett2

1: North East Regional Health Authority, Jamaica; 2: University of the West Indies, Mona

S-50: Papers: Immigration, Community
Location: Belisario
Chair: Cheryl Cadogan-McClean, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados
 

The Epidemiological Potential of the ACE-IQ for Belize’s Vulnerable Immigrants

Ngozi Theresa Williams

Belize Ministry of Health, Belize


The Perceptions of WI immigrants in USA towards Psychological services

Montgomery Prescod

The Center for Counseling & Wellness, United States of America


Representation Matters: Challenging Eurocentric Models of Leadership and Community Engagement

Helen Joseph

Expressive Arts Place LLC, United States of America

S-51: Roundtable: Body Centered Psychotherapy
Location: Garvey
 

Body-Centered Psychotherapy: A practical, trauma-informed and skills-based approach

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

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

S-52: Roundtable: Disaster Mental Health
Location: Bogle
 

Caribbean Disaster Mental Health Response Post Hurricanes Irma and Maria

Chair(s): Carla Sharon Perkins (Island Therapy Solutions, Inc., USVI)

Presenter(s): Carla Sharon Perkins (Island Therapy Solutions, Inc., USVI)

S-53: Roundtable: Sustainability and Counseling
Location: Gordon
 

Sustainability and Counseling: MFTs in Partnership with Caribbean Communities

Chair(s): Amanda DiLorenzo (University of Central Florida, United States of America)

Presenter(s): Amanda DiLorenzo (University of Central Florida)

 
3:00pm
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5:00pm
S-54: CANPA General Assermbly Meeting
Location: Montego Bay
Chair: Omowale Amuleru-Marshall, CANPA, United States of America
 

CANPA General Assermbly Meeting

Omowale Amuleru-Marshall, Richard Adderly, Dominican Psych Association, Zuri Amuleru-Marshall, Jacqueline Maussan, Kai Morgan, Manon Sanches, Margaret Nakhid-Chatoor, Dara Hamilton, Ava Thompson, Rita Dudley-Grant, Ishtar Govia, Maja Heijmans-Goedschalk, Guillermo Bernal, Margarett Barnett, Victor Lina, Merry Bullock, Guerda Nicolas, Amanda Wreckenwith

CANPA, United States of America

4:00pm
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5:00pm
S-55: Papers: Jamaican Well-Being
Location: Belisario
Chair: Leann Marissa Kendall, University of Guyana, Guyana
 

Improving Quality of Life among Jamaican Women with Breast Cancer

Jonique Tyrell

Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work, UWI, Mona, Jamaica


Promoting Psychological Health and Well-being among Jamaican Children

Marlon Andrew Simpson, Jonique S. Tyrell

University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica


Improving the Well-Being of Jamaican Parents using Positive Psychology Interventions

Peta Gayle Oates-Blake

Positive Consultancy Limited, Jamaica

S-56: Papers: Mental Health Care, Assessment, Trauma
Location: Negril
Chair: Rosemarie Johnson, University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica
 

Estimation of Premorbid Cognitive Functions in Spanish or English

Graham Pluck

Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador


Positive School-Based Interventions: A Meta-analysis

Moshe Zeidner

University of Haifa, Israel


CA-CBT and Trauma Care For The Immigrant Community in Toronto

Natasha Samantha Browne

Browne Psychology Professional Corporation, Canada


Energy Healing For Acute, Chronic And Intergenerational Trauma

Veronica Anne Salter

Retired UWI Staff Member of Jamaican Psychlogical Association, Jamaica

S-57: Papers: Programs for Well-Being
Location: Rio Bueno
Chair: Gillian Erica Mason, University of the West Indies, Jamaica
 

Gang, Insecurity and Well-Being: Implications for Achieving United Nations SDGs

Henry Jason Lewis

The University of Technology, Jamaica, Jamaica


The Curaçao Longitudinal Study of Juvenile Resilience and Delinquency

Agnes de Lima-Heijns1, Joan van Horn2, Geert-Jan Stams3, Roeland Thomas4

1: GGz-Curaçao/ University of Amsterdam (UvA), faculty of Juvenile Forensic Psychology and Youth Care Services, Curaçao; 2: "de Waag", the Forensic Care Specialists, Netherlands; 3: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; 4: Caribbean Medical University, Curaçao


Mental health education and advocacy through media: The JaMHAN experience

Jhanille Brooks

Jamaica Mental Health Advocacy Network, Jamaica

S-58: Roundtable: Helping Professions
Location: Garvey
 

Work, Balance, Stress, and Success in the Helping Professions

Chair(s): Ann Shillingford (University of Central Florida, United States of America)

Presenter(s): Ann Shillingford (University of Central Florida), Nivischi Edwards (Liberty University), Evadne Ngazimbi (Central Connecticut University)

S-59: Roundtable: Social Justice
Location: Bogle
 

#Metoo, #SilenceIsNotSpiritual : Social Justice Movements and Faith Communities

Chair(s): Marilyn Braithwaite-Hall (University of the Virgin Islands, Virgin Islands, U.S.)

Presenter(s): Marilyn Braithwaite-Hall (University of the Virgin Islands)

S-60: Roundtable: Teen Mom Support
Location: Gordon
 

"PAR with Us": A Support Group for Jamaican Teen Moms

Chair(s): Tracy A. McFarlane (The University of the West Indies, Mona)

Presenter(s): Monique Thomas (The University of the West Indies, Mona), Amanda Blair (The University of the West Indies, Mona), Shanille Brissett (The University of the West Indies, Mona), Shanice Gardner (The University of the West Indies, Mona), Devasya Jarrett (The University of the West Indies, Mona), Kadian Facey (The Mico University College)

S-61: Symposium: Expressive Therapies
Location: Bustamente
 

Expressive Therapies Interventions in Haiti, Jamaica, and the United States

Chair(s): Djavila Ho (Caribbean Maritime University)

Discussant(s): Djavila Ho (Caribbean Maritime University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Expressive Arts in Community & School Settings

Helen Joseph
Expressive Arts Place LLC

 

Dance Movement Therapy with the Caribbean Diaspora

Stefanie Belnavis
The Diahann Project; The Home For Little Wanderers Preschool Outreach Program

 

The Impact of Art Therapy in Applied Settings

Lesli-Ann Belnavis
Mustard Seed Communities; Caribbean Tots to Teens Agency

 
7:00pm
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9:00pm
Cultural Night
Location: Gardens

Join Colleagues for an evening of music, dance and cultural celebration

Date: Friday, 16/Nov/2018
8:15am
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9:45am
S-62: Plenary: Caribbean Psychology in Applied Settings
Location: Montego Bay
Chair: Leahcim Tufani Semaj, Above or Beyond, Jamaica
 

Exposure to Violence and Mental Health: A Gender Perspective

Marizaida Sanchez Cesareo

Carlos Albizu University, United States of America


Models For Paraprofessional Intervention With Children And Adolescents

Karen Moore

Dr. Karen Moore, Trinidad and Tobago

9:45am
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10:45am
S-63: Invited Panel: Grills, Campbell, Puente
Location: Bustamente
Chair: Margarett Barnett, Jamaica Theological Seminary, Jamaica
 

Making the Invisible Visible: The Development of the Culture Cube

Cheryl Grills

Loyola Marymount University


Expanding Caribbean Psychology Beyond Pathology

Kai A. D. Morgan Campbell

Jamaican Psychological Society, Jamaica


Advocating for Psychology: New Paradigms

Antonio Enrique Puente

American Psychological Association, United States of America

S-64: Papers: Psychologists in work, school, community
Location: Rio Bueno
Chair: Venese Madden, Northern Caribbean University, Jamaica
 

Overweight and Obesity among African American Children and Adolescents

Marcia Elizabeth Sutherland

University at Albany, United States of America


Using Mindfulness Techniques to Promote Culturally Affluent Engagement

Wendy Greenidge1, Dilani Perera-Diltz2

1: Lamar University, USA/St. Lucia; 2: University of Houston - Clear Lake, USA

S-65: Papers: Students / Prison
Location: Gordon
Chair: Dara Hamilton, The Lotus Center for Well Being, Virgin Islands, U.S.
 

Prison Mentality: The Psychological Impact of Incarceration on Guyanese Men

Wil A Campbell

University of Guyana, Guyana

S-66: Roundtable: Art Therapy/Disabilities
Location: Garvey
 

Art Therapy Interventions with Persons with Disabilities

Chair(s): LesliAnn Belnavis (needs to be added)

Presenter(s): LesliAnn Belnavis (needs to be added)

S-67: Roundtable: Cross-Cultural Research
Location: Bogle
 

Cross-cultural Research: Challenges and Possibilities

Chair(s): Stephanie Genevieve RiCharde (Virginia Military Institute, United States of America)

Presenter(s): Holly Skillman-Dougherty (Marian University), Kimberly Lannette Wilson (Leadership and Resilience Consultants)

S-68: Symposium: Building a Masters Program
Location: Belisario
 

Vision to Reality:Building the Master’s in Clinical-Community Psychology at SGU

Chair(s): Barbara Landon (St. George's University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Health Psychology: An Important Part of the Curriculum

Arlette Wildman
St. George's University

 

Advanced Human Development: Deconstruction using a Caribbean Cultural Lens

Zuri Amuleru-Marshall
St. George's University

 

Providing Supervision: A Lesson in Flexibility and Innovation

Alisa Alvis
St. George's University

 

Supporting Students and Faculty in the MCCP Program

Ariel Wildman
St. George's University

S-69: Symposium: Survivors of Sexual Assault
Location: Negril
 

Empowering Survivors of Sexual Assault in Haiti

Chair(s): Gilberte Bastien (Morehouse School of Medicine)

Discussant(s): Elizabeth Louis (The University of Georgia)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Sex workers’ strategies of survival in Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Cassandre Denis
Centre de Promotion des Femmes Ouvrières

 

Survivors of incest in Haiti: Between suffering and resilience

Vinson B. Noel
Centre de Recherche en Intervention Communautaire (CRISC)

 

The therapeutic Stakes of Victims of incest

Evena Ally
Centre de Siritualité et de Santé mentale (CESSA),

 
10:45am
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11:00am
Morning Break
Location: Prefunction Area
10:45am
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12:00pm
S-70: Poster Session
Location: Prefunction Area
 

Increasing access to depression treatment for HIV+ patients in Haiti

Mikerlyne Faustin1, Krystel Loubeau2, Michele Jean-Gilles2, Rhonda Rosenberg2, Marie-Marcelle Deschamps1, Serena Koenig3, Jessy Devieux2, Jean William Pape1

1: Les Centres GHESKIO, Port-au-Prince, Haiti; 2: Florida International University, Miami, Florida, USA; 3: Brigham Women Hospital, Boston, MA, USA


A Multidisciplinary Approach to Inclusive Education in Barbados- Case Study

DeAnn Alicia Sabrina Beckles-Lewis

Ministry of Health, Barbados, Barbados


Public Perceptions of Skin Bleaching and Skin Bleachers in Jamaica

Claudia Barned

University of Guelph, Canada


Validation of the Child and Youth Resilience Measure on Curaçao

Agnes de Lima-Heijns1, Joan van Horn2, Geert-Jan Stams3, Roeland Thomas4

1: GGz-Curaçao/ University of Amsterdam (UvA), faculty of Juvenile Forensic Psychology and Youth Care Services, Curaçao; 2: "de Waag", the Forensic Care Specialists, Netherlands; 3: University of Amsterdam (UVA), Netherlands; 4: Caribbean Medical University, Curaçao


Gender Differences in Performance on the Stroop Test

Kirkland McIntosh, Chavar Davis, Valarie Wilson, Natasha Ruffin-Dean

University of The Bahamas, Bahamas, The


Influence of socioeconomic status on neuropsychological development in Ecuadorian adolescents

Christine Bock1, Alejandra Martínez2, Marco Córdova2, Graham Pluck2

1: Universität Osnabrück, Germany; 2: Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador


From Dar Es Salam To The Delta: Adolescent Developmental Assets

Laura Johnson1, Christopher Drescher1,2, Umieca Hankton1,3, Ray Kihilo4, Sukhmani Pal1, Chris Courson1, Peter Scales5

1: University of Mississippi, United States of America; 2: Augusta University; 3: Tulane University; 4: Mbeya University; 5: Search Institute


The Relationship between Employee-Wellbeing and Performance: Do Organizational Characteristics Matter?

Candice Shontele Miller, Tracy McFarlane

The University of the West Indies, Jamaica


Intersection of Gender Role Conflict and Double-Consciousness Among African-Caribbean Men

Sheena Myong Walker

University of the Virgin Islands, USVI


Bahamas Parents Perceptions of Child Rights

Richard Bernard Adderley, Marlon Miller, Brea Ferguson, Tyrra Wilson, Ava Thompson

University of The Bahamas, Bahamas, The


High School Students Perception about Diabetes in The Bahamas

Jamal Trent Bingham, Richard Bernard Adderley

University of the Bahamas, Bahamas, The

11:00am
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12:00pm
S-71: CADIPsych Meeting
Location: Negril
Chair: Gilberte Bastien, Morehouse School of Medicine, United States of America
 

CADIPsych Meeting

Gilberte Bastien

Morehouse

S-72: Invited Panel: Cooke, Moreman, Janac
Location: Bustamente
 

LA No Longer Confidential:Culture and Arts Professional Development

Deanna Y. Cooke

Loyola Marymount University, United States of America


Planning and Facilitating Intergroup Dialogue with International and Multilingual Groups

Maxie Moreman, Natacha Janac

University of Miami, United States of America

S-73: Invited Panel: Rodriquez-Selja, St. Charles, Clermont
Location: Rio Bueno
Chair: Marilyn Braithwaite-Hall, University of the Virgin Islands, Virgin Islands, U.S.
 

Clinical Considerations in Treating Sexual Minority Individuals’ Psychosexual Health.

Craig Anthony Rodriguez-Seijas1,2

1: Stony Brook University, United States of America; 2: Alpert Medical School, Brown University


Programs/Policies to Address STI in Young Men in Guyana

Otilia St.Charles1, Lois Mccloskey1, Lisa Messersmith1, Dereck Springer2, Shanti Singh2

1: Boston University School of Public Health; 2: PANCAP/ CARICOM


La parentalité au sein de jeunes familles Caribéennes – Haïti

Marjory CLERMONT

UEH -FASCH, AHPsy

S-74: Papers: Education, CrossCultural, Community
Location: Belisario
Chair: Katija Khan, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago
 

Psychology of Limitless Learning: Facilitating Reflective Practice in Tertiary Educators

Mia Amour Jules, Donna-Maria Maynard

The University of the West Indies, Barbados


Promoting Cross-Cultural Research on the Caribbean

S. Virginia Gonsalves-Domond

Ramapo College of New Jersey, USA

S-75: Papers: Mental Health Topics
Location: Gordon
Chair: Karen Moore, Dr. Karen Moore, Trinidad and Tobago
 

Workforce Development And The Ageing Population: Country Comparisons

Malaika Tahirah Edwards

Louisiana State University, United States of America


Health Disparities in the Caribbean: The Role of Psychologists

Laura Marks1, Ayse Ciftci2

1: University of Memphis; 2: Purdue University


Mental Health And Disaster Risk Reduction In The Caribbean

Sonali Gupta

Consultant, Global Mental Health


Differentiating Between Normal and Pathological Aging in Grenada

Arlette M Wildman, Karen Blackmon

St. George's University, Grenada

S-76: Roundtable: Disclosure of HIV Status
Location: Port Antonio
 

Facilitated Disclosure Of HIV Status To Positive Adolescents

Chair(s): Nathalie Coicou (Caris Foundation International, Haiti)

Presenter(s): Emmanuelle Pascale Auguste (Caris Foundation International), Nathalie Coicou (Caris Foundation International)

S-77: Roundtable: International Psychology
Location: Garvey
 

Redefining Caribbean Mental Health and Well-being through International Psychology

Chair(s): Lucy Turek Damato (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (Current Student), United States of America), Amber Martinez (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (Current Student), United States of America)

Presenter(s): Lucy Turek Damato (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (Current Student), United States of America), Amber Martinez (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (Current Student), United States of America)

S-78: Roundtable: Trauma & Homelessness
Location: Bogle
 

The Relationship between Trauma and Reoccurring Homelessness in the USIV

Chair(s): Nivischi Edwards (Liberty University, USA)

Presenter(s): Elise Niles (Walden University, USA), Nivischi Edwards (Liberty University, USA)

12:00pm
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1:30pm
Lunch
Location: Talk of the Town
1:30pm
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2:45pm
S-79: Plenary: Challenges in Psychology
Location: Montego Bay
Chair: Peter Douglas Weller, University of the West Indies, Jamaica
 

Listening to the Voiceless, towards an Inclusive Psychology

Polli Hagenaars

EFPA Board Human Rights and Psychology, Netherlands, The


Psychology and Health Promotion: An Interface for Caribbean Realities

Dennis Edwards

The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica

2:45pm
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3:00pm
Afternoon Break
Location: Prefunction Area
3:00pm
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4:30pm
S-80: Closing Session
Location: Montego Bay

 
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