CRCP2016 Scientific Program

Monday, November 7      

CANPA Strategic Planning Working Meeting  see photos
9:00 am - 5:00 pm (all day)  Location: Ginger
Facilitator: Marizaida Sanchez Cesareo

Tuesday, November 8 

Pre-Conference Workshops

9:00 am - 5:00 pm (all day) Location: Ginger 
Emotional Emancipation Circles 
Abstract
Cheryl Grills (Loyola Marymount University, USA

8:00 am - 12:00 pm Location: Cattleya Morning Pre-Conference Workshop
Regionalizing/Internationalizing the Psychology Curriculum 
Abstract
John Berry (Queen's University, Canada), Milagros Mendez (University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico)

8:00 am - 12:00 pm Location Préfonction Morning Pre-Conference Workshop
Evidence-Based Treatments Interventions, & Community Practices 
Abstract

Guillermo Bernal (University of Puerto Rico, Ria Piedras, Puerto Rico), Marizaida Sánchez Cesareo (University of Puerto Rico Medical Center, Puerto Rico)

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Location: Cattleya Afternoon Pre-Conference Workshops
Publication Workshop  
Abstract

Jacqueline Mattis (University of Michigan, USA) 

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Location: Préfonction Afternoon Pre-Conference Workshops
Disaster Mental Health
Abstract

Jeanne LeBlanc (Private Practice, Canada)

Location: Acajou   7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Welcome Reception
Music by Albert Chancy

Wednesday, November 9      See Photos

9:00 am - 10:30 am
Location: Acajou
Opening Ceremony
Chair: Omowale Amuleru-Marshall, President CANPA Ø Opening and Welcome

  • Flag Ceremony
  • Awards
  • Performance - Les Cloches de St. Vincent

10:30 am – 12:00 pm   
Session Number: 001 Location: Acajou
Conference Keynotes: Foundations for the Indigenization of a Psychology for Caribbean Well-Being C.E.Credit Available for this session
Chair: Omowale Amuleru-Marshall (CANPA President, St. George's University, Grenada) 

Multilingualism and Multiculturalism: Healing African Humanity in the Context of the Caribbean      
Abstract
Wade Nobles (San Francisco State University, and Institute for the Advanced Study of Black Family Life and Culture, Founder, USA)

Paroles de Souffrance
Abstract
Yanick Lahens (Author, Haiti)

12:00 pm - 1 pm
LUNCH

1:00 pm - 2:15 pm Session Number: 002 Location: Acajou

Conference Plenary: Promoting Caribbean Health and Welfare
C.E.Credit Available for this session
Chair: 

Parenting Practices in Diverse Cultural Groups in the Caribbean: Links to Behavioral Health in Children     
Abstract

Jaipaul Roopnarine (Syracuse University, USA)

Implementation Science: Development, Effectiveness and Scale-up of the Parenting Fundamentals Prevention Program     
Abstract

Marizaida Sánchez Cesareo (University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico)

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Session Number: 003  Location: Ginger
Invited Speaker Panel - Themes: Health & Wellbeing; Challenges     
Chair: Rita Dudley-Grant, CANPA EC, CRCP2016 Organizing Committee

Caribbean Psychology in Global Context   
Abstract
Barry Anton (Rainier Associates, APA Past President, USA)

Psychology: The Jamaican Experience   
Abstract

Kai Morgan (The Jamaican Psychological Society (JamPsych), Jamaica)

La Composante santé mentale de la politique nationale de santé et son Implémentation dans le contexte haïtien actuel   
Abstract

René Domersant (Coordonnateur de l'Unité de Santé Mentale/MSPP, Haiti )

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Session Number: 004 Location: Préfonction 1
Invited Speaker Roundtable - Theme: Education & Training

Roundtable: Organizational Capacity Building: An Imperative for Caribbean Psychology 
Abstract
Ava Thompson (College of the Bahamas, The Bahamas), Merry Bullock (American Psychological Association, USA)

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Session Number: 005  Location: Préfonction 2
Symposium - Theme: Multiculturalism

Acculturation and Globalization in the Caribbean: Theory and Research from Haiti and Jamaica
Abstract
Chair: Gail Ferguson (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)

    • Acculturation: Process and Outcomes
      Abstract
      John Berry (Queen's University (Kingston, Canada), and Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia), Canada/Russia)
    • "Ayiti Cheri": Cultural Maintenance of Adolescents in Rural Haiti
      Abstract
      Charlène Désir (Nova Southeastern University, USA), Gail Ferguson (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA), Marc Bornstein (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, NIH, USA)
    • Remote Acculturation and Nutrition in Urban Jamaican Families
      Abstract
      Gail Ferguson (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA), Julie Meeks Gardner (University of the West Indies, Open Campus, Jamaica), Hui Chu (Purdue University North Central, USA), Henna Muzaffar (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA), Maria Iturbide (Humboldt State University and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Session Number: 006   Location: Suite 1
Symposium - Themes: Health & Wellbeing; Challenges

The Evolution of Mental Illness - A Canadian Caribbean Perspective
Abstract
Chair: Natasha Browne (Browne Psychology Professional Corporation, Canada)

    • Afro Canadian Caribbean Community Mental Health: Access and Reflection
      Abstract
      Sonia Mills-Minster (Browne Psychology Professional Corporation, Canada)
    • Overcoming Masculinity as a Barrier: Clinical Treatment for Canadian Men of African and Caribbean Heritage
      Abstract
      Natacha Pennycooke (Browne Psychology Professional Corporation, Canada)
    • Self-Care and the African-Canadian Caribbean Woman
      Abstract
      Cherise Carey (Browne Psychology Professional Corporation, Canada)

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Session Number: 007 Location: Suite 2
Symposium - Themes: Health & Wellbeing; Education & Training

Santé mentale en Haiti : implication du département de psychiatrie de l'Université de Montréal
Abstract
Chair: Rosita Punti (L'Université de Montréal, Canada)

    • Choisir de pratiquer la psychiatrie en Haïti: un choix judicieux, audacieux ... courageux!
      Abstract
      Rosita Punti (L'Université de Montréal, Canada)
    • Le point de vue des résidents haïtiens
      Abstract
      Fritzna Blaise (Université Notre Dame, Haiti)
    • Le patient partenaire
      Abstract
      Jean François Pelletier (Université de Montréal, Canada)
    • Collaboration psychologie-psychiatrie comme exemple de multiculturalisme
      Abstract
      Emmanuel Stip (L'Université de Montréal, Canada)

Discussant: Emmanuel Stip (L'Université de Montréal, Canada)

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Session Number: 008 Location: Cattleya
Paper Panel - Themes: Health & Wellbeing, Challenges
Chair: Marcia Sutherland, CRCP2016 Scientific Program Committee

Acculturation, Immigrant Identity, and Achievement of the African Caribbean Population in the United States: Application of the Stereotype Threat Paradigm
Abstract

Arthur Whaley (Consultant, USA)

The Multidimensional Acculturation Experiences of Black Caribbean Immigrant Women
Abstract

Leonie Brooks (Towson University, USA)

Community Stress Reduction: This Works, You Can Have It, Here
Abstract    Link to Community Stress Management Manual

Barbara Landon, Arlette Wildman (St. George's University, Grenada)

Development of a brief pre-implementation screening tool to identify low-/high-implementing teachers of school-based effective intervention
Abstract

Lynette Deveaux, Sonja Lunn, Arvis Mortimer (Office of HIV/AIDS, Ministry of Health, The Bahamas), Veronica Koci, Bo Wang, Bonita Stanton (Wayne State University, USA), Richard Adderly (Bahamas Psychological Association, The Bahamas) – presented by Richard Adderly

Developing HIV Primary Prevention Materials for Children in Haiti: A Qualitative Case Study of Cultural and Contextual Implications
Abstract

Mary Clisbee (The Center for International Research and Community Service (CIRCS), Haiti), Jean-Claude Uysse (Zanmi Lasante, Haiti), Anna Shustack (Nova Southeastern University, USA)

4:00 pm - 4:15 pm
BREAK

4:15 pm - 5:45 PM Session Number: 009 Location: Préfoncion 1
Invited Speaker Panel - Themes: Health & Well-being, Education & Training, Challenges
Chair: Natalie Coicou, Haiti LOC

Psychology's Role in School Settings: Promoting Health and Well Being in Youth
Abstract

Frank Worrell (University of California, Berkeley, USA)

Effects of Multigenerational Racism on Individual, Family and Community Functioning and Well Being with Implications for The Caribbean
Abstract

Cheryl Grills (Loyola Marymout University, USA)

Héros de l'indépendance haïtienne, santé mentale, origine africaine et la question de la mort
Abstract

Josué Vaval (Université d'État d'Haïti (FASCH), Haiti)

4:15 pm - 5:45 PM Session Number: 010 Location: Préfonction 2
Paper Panel - Themes: Health & Wellbeing; Challenges
Chair: Jean Claude Dutes, CRCP2016 Scientific Program Committee

An Expressive Arts Approach to Mental Health and Education in Haiti
Abstract

Helen Joseph, Jennifer Joseph (Expressive Arts Place LLC, USA)

Cultural Adaptation of Social-Emotional Curriculum: A Method and Pilot
Abstract

Amanda Clinton (Universidad de Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico / American Psychological Association, USA)

Une intervention communautaire au service de la prévention de la violence infantile: développer des méthodes d'éducation alternatives en Haïti
Abstract
Fanel Benjamin (Université d'État d'Haïti, Haïti)

4:15 pm - 5:45 PM Session Number: 011 Location: Suite 1
Paper Panel - Themes: Education & Training; Health & Wellbeing
Chair: Marie Carmen Flambert, Haiti LOC

Cultural Intelligence and the New Bordlerless International Arena
Abstract

Roblyn Lewter (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, USA)

Promoting Caribbean Health through Integration of Mental Health into Primary Care
Abstract

Jean Kesnold Mesidor (Florida State University College of Medicine, USA)

Enhancing Community Resilience in the Aftermath of Disaster: Results From a Randomized Controlled Trial with Disaster-prone Communities in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Abstract

Courtney Welton-Mitchell, Leah James (University of Colorado - Boulder, USA), Roger Noel, Merry Roche (Soulaje Lespri Moun, (Relief for the Spirit), Haiti )

Building Bridges Beyond Walls: Diversity and Collaboration In University Communities
Abstract

Kha Sadler (Rowan University, USA)

Adolescents Experiencing Stress in Camps After the Earthquake of Haiti
Abstract

Marie Bettie Dieudonné/Pierre, Stephana Lorwinsky (Enstiti Travay Sosyal ak Syans Sosyal (ETS), Haiti)

4:15 pm - 5:45 PM Session Number: 012  Location: Acajou
Invited Speaker Roundtable - Theme: Challenges - Extreme Poverty

Alleviating Socio-economic Hardships in Head Start Parents: For Better Student Academic Outcomes
Abstract

Natacha Janac (University of Miami, USA)

Pauvreté: Conséquences psychologiques de l'extrême pauvreté en Haïti
Abstract

Gregory Gustemble (Université d'état d'Haïti, Haiti)

4:15 pm - 5:45 PM Session Number: 013 Location: Acajou
Roundtables - Theme: Health & Wellbeing

Culturally Relevant Therapy for Black Caribbean Immigrants in the United States: A Qualitative Study
Abstract

Heather Venner (Arlington County Department of Human Services, USA), Laura Welfare (Virginia Tech, USA)

A Paradigm Shift for Healing, Haiti as Catalysts: African Centered/Black Psychology Structural Logic for Healing from Disasters
Abstract

Gislene C. Mariette (The Association of Black Psychologists, USA)

Power Tools for Psychologists: Advancing Health Leadership for Caribbean Populations
Abstract

Lula Beatty, Gwendolyn Keita (American Psychological Association, USA), Faye Belgrave (Virginia Commonwealth University, USA)

Resisting Recolonization: Developing a Culturally Responsive Model for Foreigners Interested in Working in the Carribean
Abstract

Mary Clisbee, KathyLynn Pierre-Griff (The Center for International Research and Community Service, Haiti)

4:30 pm- 7:00 pm
CANPA GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Location: Cattleya



Thursday, November 10   

7:00 am – 8:45 am Location: Ginger
Students' Dialogue: Experiences in psychology programs

9:00 am - 10:15 am Session Number: 014  Location: Acajou
Conference Plenary: Multiculturalism in the Caribbean C.E.Credit Available for this session
Chair: Ronald Jean Jacques, Co-Chair, CRCP2016 Organizing Committee

Mental Health as a Public Health Issue
Abstract

Claudina Cayetano (Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), USA)

Identifying and Embracing Ourselves as Caribbean Psychologists: Global Lessons We Have to Teach and Negotiate
Abstract

Animata Cairo (University of Leiden, Netherlands)

10:30 am - 12:00 pm Session Number: 015
Invited Speaker Panel Location: Ginger
Themes: Health & Wellbeing; Multiculturalism; Multilingualism
Chair: Shani Shillingford, President, Dominica Psychological Society

Developing and Defending Mixed Identity: Lessons from the Caribbean Diaspora
Abstract
Charisse L'Pree Corsbie (Syracuse University, USA)

Migration interne et enjeux identitaires chez des bacheliers en Haïti : coup d'œil sur le processus dialogique à travers 3 cas
Abstract
Jeff Matherson Cadichon (l'Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté,France, Haiti)

Peace Keeping: The Process of Integrating Multiple Identities in Practice
Abstract
Dara Hamiton (Association of Virgin Islands Psychologists, US Virgin Islands)

10:30 am - 12:00 pm Session Number: 016
Symposium Location: Préfonction 1
Theme: Health & Wellbeing

Grossesse et périnatalité: enjeux psychologiques en Guadeloupe et Guyane
Abstract

Chair: Nadine Grand Bois

    • A l'écoute des grossesses chez les adolescents: données comparatives et aspects psychologiques
      Abstract
      Joëlle Chandey (Centre Hospitalier Andrée ROSEMON de Cayenne, French Guyana)
    • Grossesse, périnatalité et infection à VIH-SIDA: écouter, observer, comprendre
      Abstract
      Constance LeConte (Centre Hospitalier Andrée ROSEMON de Cayenne, French Guyana)
    • Grossesse et périnatalité: une folie parentale ordinaire?
      Abstract
      Marie-Gina LeConte (l'Institut de Puériculture, CHU de la Guadeloupe, Guadeloupe)

10:30 am - 12:00 pm Session Number: 017
Invited Symposium Location: Préfonction 2
Theme: Multiculturalism

The Association of Black Psychologists and African-Centered Psychology: Origins, Theory, Research, and Applications
Abstract
Grills Cheryl (Loyola Marymount University, ABPSI), Kevin Washington (Howard University, ABPsi), Wade Nobles (San Francisco State University, ABPsi)

Thursday, November 10

10:30 am - 12:00 pm Session Number: 018
Paper Panel Location: Suite 1
Theme: Health & Wellbeing
Chair: Ishtar Govia, CANPA EC, CRCP2016 Organizing Committee

Teachers' Fidelity of Implementation of an Evidence-based HIV-prevention Intervention and Long-term Student Outcomes
Abstract
Lynette Deveaux (Office of HIV/AIDS, Ministry of Health, The Bahamas), Glenda Rolle (Ministry of Education, The Bahamas), Maxwell Poitier, Sonja Lunn (Office of HIV/AIDS, Ministry of Health, The Bahamas), Bo Wang, Bonita Stanton, (Wayne State University, USA), Richard Adderly (Bahamas Psychological Association, The Bahamas)

Perceptions of Natural Disaster Victims and Survivors within the Caribbean and Beyond
Abstract
Elizabeth Louis, Alan Stewart (University of Georgia, USA)

Harnessing Community Capacity in Disaster Recovery: A Lay Mental Health Intervention in Postearthquake Haiti
Abstract
Gilberte Bastien (Morehouse School of Medicine, USA)

International Healing and Collaboration Structures: African Centered Black Psychology a Paradigm Shift
Abstract
Gislene C. Mariette (The Association of Black Psychologists, Co-Chair Disaster Relief Task Force, USA)

Palliative Care: Theory, Research, and Treatment in the English-Speaking Caribbean Region
Abstract
Marcia Elizabeth Sutherland (Unversity at Albany, USA)

10:30 am - 12:00 pm Session Number: 019
Paper Panel Location: Suite 2
Themes: Multiculturalism; Challenges
Chair: Donna Maria Maynard, CANPA EC

Maroonage: The Ultimate Solution to White Racism and Global Domination
Abstract
Henry Grubb, Kimberly Rowe (University of Dubuque, USA)

La famille/le complexe d'oedipe/ L'outre-mère
Abstract

Lydia Ledig (Les Ateliers du Social, France)

Trinidadian Parents' Cultural Socialization of Their Adolescent Children
Abstract
Nadia Jessop (University of Kansas, USA), Phaedra Pierre (University of the West Indies,Trinidad and Tobago), Glenn Adams (University of Kansas, USA)

Le psychologue-neuropsychologue, sa pratique en Guadeloupe
Abstract
Nadia Gob (Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Pointe-à-Pître, Guadeloupe, France), Nathalie Theodore-Manceau (SESSAD Lanbéli, SESSAD Sibilly, Guadeloupe, France / Haïti), Isabelle Bedu (Ueros, Guadeloupe, France), Sandrine Belson (Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Pointe-à-Pître, Guadeloupe, France), Sindra Alidor (Sessad Lanbéli, Clinique des Nouvelles Eaux Marines, Guadeloupe, France) Maguy Puval-Dady (Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Pointe-à-Pître, Guadeloupe, France)

Historique des valeurs culturelles qui marquent le système scolaire haïtien et sa gestion
Abstract
Wilfrid Azarre (Université Laval, Canada / Haiti), Claire Lapointe, Lyse Langlois (Université Laval, Canada)

10:30 am – 12:00 pm Session Number: 020
Invited Speaker RoundtableLocation: Cattleya
Themes: Health & Well-being, Education & Training

Family therapy in the Caribbean
Abstract
Rita Dudley Grant (Virgin Islands Behavioral Services (VIBS), US Virgin Islands), Marsha Rivera- Gordon, Sophia Parrilla (VI Dept of Education and VIBS, US Virgin Islands)

10:30 am - 12:00 pm Session Number: 021
Roundtables Location: Cattleya
Themes: Health & Wellbeing, Multiculturalism

Safe in My Skin: The Traumatic Betrayal of Black American and Dominican Haitian Youth
Abstract
Cynthia Langtiw (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, United States)

Caribbean Inspired Mental Health Clubhouse
Abstract
Tamare P. Piersaint (Carlow University, USA)

Thursday, November 10
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
LUNCH

12:00 – 12:45 Location: Ginger
Meet the Author: Authors Bring Their Books for Lunchtime Discussion

1:00 pm - 2:15 pm
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm Session Number: 022
Conference Plenary: Location: Acajou
Multilingualism in the Caribbean C.E.Credit Available for this session
Chair: Katia Henrys, CRCP Host Committee, AHPsy

Lost In Translation: How Language Barriers in the Caribbean Hinder Real Regional Integration
Abstract
Jacinth Henry Martin (Office the Assistant Secretary, Organization of American States (OAS), St. Kitts & Nevis)

Cultures and language in psychotherapy: Adaptation or indigenous treatments for diverse populations
Abstract
Guillermo Bernal (CANPA Vice President, University of Puerto Rico Ria Pedra, Puerto Rico)

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Session Number: 023
Invited SpeakerPanel Location: Ginger
Themes: Challenges, Health & Wellbeing
Chair: Edwige Millien, CRCP Host Committee, AHPsy

Trauma: Hurting and Helping
Abstract
Ishtar Govia (University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica / Trinidad & Tobago)

Community-Based Psychological First Aid As Disaster Preparedness
Abstract
Gerard Jacobs (Disaster Mental Health Institute, USA)

Amputation and Phantom Pain: A New Neuro-psychomotor Rehabilitation Approach to Body-schema for Amputees
Abstract
Chantal Junker-Tschopp (University of Applied Sciences HES-SO, Switzerland/ Haiti)

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Session Number: 024
Invited Speaker Panel Location: Préfonction 1
Theme: Health & Wellbeing
Chair: Kai Morgan, President, The Jamaican Psychological Society (JamPsych)

Integrated Primary Care: Solving the Problems of Access and Stigma for Mental Health Services
Abstract
Susan McDaniel (President, American Psychological Association and University of Rochester, USA)

Substance Use Disorders: A Public Health Perspective for the Caribbean
Abstract
Omowale Amuleru-Marshall (President of CANPA St. George's University, Grenada)

The Role for Caribbean Psychologists in Public Health Delivery
Abstract
Katija Khan (University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago Association of Psychologists)

2:30 pm – 4:00 pm Session Number: 025
Symposium Location: Préfonction 2
Theme: Health & Wellbeing

Resiliency in the Face of Tragedy: Trauma and Resilience in Individuals and Communities
Abstract
Chair: Gilberte Bastien (Morehouse School of Medicine, USA)

    • Assessing Resiliency and Cultivating Community Strengths with Diverse Groups
      Abstract
      Laura Johnson (University of Mississippi, USA)
    • Building Biobehavioral Goal-Directed Resilience as a Pathway to Trauma Recovery
      Abstract
      Glenda Wrenn (Morehouse School of Medicine, USA), Martha Kent (Arizona State University & Phoenix VA Healthcare System, USA)
    • Harnessing Community Capacity in Disaster Recovery: A Lay Mental Health Intervention
      Abstract
      Gilberte Bastien (Morehouse School of Medicine, USA)

Discussant: Brian McGregor (Morehouse School of Medicine, USA)

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Session Number: 026
Paper Panel Location: Suite 1
Theme: Health & Wellbeing
Chair: Phaidra Alliance Laraque, CRCP Host Committee, AHPsy

La tension haitiano-dominicaine: source d'angoisse pour les étudiants haitiens en Republique Dominicaine
Abstract
Lesly Pierre, Vinson Bradley Noel (Université d'Etat d'Haiti, Haiti)

Acculturation Among Haitian Immigrants in the Commonwealth of Dominica
Abstract
Shani Shillingford, McMillian Cuffy, Adella David, Kaywana Williams, Carole Soto, Lesley Ann Waldron (Dominica Psychological Society, Dominica)

Quand un médecin tombe malade, les rôles inversés: voyage au coeur du dialogue soignant-soigné
Abstract
Marie Claire Marilyn Elie Joseph (Center for Mind and Body Medicine (CMBM), Haiti)

Saving Brains Grenada: Early Evidence on a Program to Prevent Family Violence
Abstract
Barbara Landon (St. George's University/Windward Islands Development, Research, and Education Fund, Grenada)

Crisis Care Training International: An Analysis of Feedback from Participants
Abstract
Linda Sheppard (Walden University, USA/Haiti), David Sheppard (Thomas Edison State College,USA)

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Session Number: 027
Poster Session Location: Cattleya

Poster Group 1

Best Practices with Puerto Rican Clients: Barriers & Treatment Strategies
Abstract
Gregory Canillas (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles campus, USA)

A Free to Use Assessment of Intellectual Functioning: The Matrix Matching Tasks
Abstract
Graham Pluck, Andrea Gonzales, Bernardo Ruales, Ana Trueba (Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador)

Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention Decreases Risky Sex, Reduces Distress Among HIV+ MSMW
Abstract
Krystel Loubeau (GHESKIO, Haiti), Jessy Dévieux, Anshul Saxena (Florida International University, USA), Stéphanie Gaston, Mikerlyne Faustin, Giovanni Saintyl (Haitian Study Group for Kaposi's Sarcoma and Opportunistic Infections (GHESKIO), Haiti), Michèle Jean-Gilles, Rhonda Rosenberg (Florida International University, USA)

Cognitive Processes Affected by ADHD & Depression Measured by the WISC-IV in the Virgin Islands
Abstract
L. Amanda Weber (Adler University, USA)

Poster Group 2

Considerations for Developing Culturally Sensitive Therapies for Returning Migrant Psychologists
Abstract
Ife Sinclair, Ayşe Çiftçi (Purdue University, USA)

Beliefs, Benefits, and Barriers of Adapted Alcohol Use Disorders Self-Help Groups In a Low-Resource Setting
Abstract
Lindsay Mayott (Purdue University, USA)

Multicultural and Multiracial Children: A Self-Esteem Issue in Today's Society
Abstract
Stephanie Rivera-Velazquez, Victoria McNeil, Heather Geils (University of Central Florida, USA)

Poster Group 3

Microaggressions, Ethnic Identity, and Sexual Socialization: Examining Factors of Black Girls' Sexuality
Abstract

Chelsie Dunn (Virginia Commonwealth University, USA)

The Psychological Effects of Indiscipline at a Selected High School in Jamaica
Abstract
Rene Level (Cumberland High School, Jamaica)

Thursday, November 10
4:00 pm - 4:15 pm
BREAK

4:15 pm - 5:45 pm Session Number: 028
Invited Speaker Panel Location: Ginger
Theme: Multiculturalism
Chair: Gail Ferguson, CRCP2016 Scientific Committee

Using Culture to Motivate Our Youth to Make Choices for their Good
Abstract
Anna Maria Mora (Trinidad and Tobago Association of Psychologists, Trinidad and Tobago)

Promoting Multiculturalism in the Caribbean Region
Abstract
John Berry (Queen's University, Canada)

Freedom of Identity
Abstract
Polli Hagenaars (EFPA/NIP Human Rights, The Netherlands)

4:15 pm - 5:45 pm Session Number: 029
Symposium Location: Préfonction 1
Theme: Health & Wellbeing

Liberation Praxis in the Diaspora: Considerations and Lessons Learned
Abstract
Chair: Chalmer Thompson (Indiana University, Indianapolis,USA

    • Freedom as Freeing the Mind: Mental Health Promotion in Haiti
      Abstract
      Guerda Nicolas (University of Miami, USA)
    • Addressing Metacolonialism in Ugandan Schools: Giving Power to the Children
      Abstract
      Jane Namusoke (Kyamgogo University, Uganda) Paper presented by Chalmer Thompson
    • Why Racial Identity Theory Matters to Peace and Liberation Work
      Abstract
    • Chalmer Thompson (Indiana University (IUPUI), USA)

4:15 pm - 5:45 pm Session Number: 030
Symposium Location: Préfonction 2
Theme: Challenges

Effectiveness of Psychological Treatments: Early Findings of Systematic Reviews of Treatment Research with Latinos and Latinas
Abstract
Chair: Guillermo Bernal (University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico)

    • Steps in Performing a Meta-analysis of Treatment Research with Latinos and Latinas
      Abstract
      Kelvin Mariani, Nadira Yusif, Cristina Adames (Universidad de Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico)
    • What is the Efficacy of Psychological Treaments for Latino Adolescents with Depression and Substance Abuse?: A Systematic Review
      Abstract
      Cristina Adames, Jose Delgado (University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico)
    • The State of the Science on Effective Psychological Treatments in Puerto Rico
      Abstract
      Guillermo Bernal (University of Puerto Rico,Puerto Rico)

Discussant: Milagros Méndez Castillo (University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico)

4:15 pm - 5:45 pm Session Number: 031
Paper Panel Location: Suite 1
Theme: Challenges
Chair: Norah Salnave, AHPsy LOC

Research Ethics in Small Island States: The Development of Ethics Review in Barbados
Abstract
Michael Campbell, Maisha Emmanuel (University of the West Indies--Cave Hill, Barbados)

Empowering Caribbean Communities to Culturally Adapt Evidence Based Interventions
Abstract
A. Kathleen Burlew, Donna Shambley-Ebron, Caravella McCuistian, Danni Lanaway (University of Cincinnati, USA)

Adaptation de la procédure de Rappel Libre/Rappel Indicé à la population lettrée et illettrée en Guyane française
Abstract
Nadia Gob (Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Pointe-a-Pitre,Guadeloupe, France), Serge Sainte-Foie (Neurologue, Guyane, France), Chantal Edwige (Médecin Gériatre, Guyane, France)

Culturally Relevant Mental Health Service Outcomes and Strategies for Afro-Caribbean Women Engaged in Transactional Sex
Abstract
Sadie Goddard-Durant (University of Guelph, Canada, Barbados), Stavroula Kyriakakis (Adelphi University, USA)

4:15 pm - 5:45 pm Session Number: 032
Roundtables Location: Cattleya
Themes: Health &Wellbeing, Ethics

Ethics in the Caribbean: Cultural and Demographic Challenges, Rewards and Practices
Abstract
Rita Dudley-Grant, Dara Hamilton (Virgin Islands Behavioral Services, US Virgin Islands), Sophia Parrilla (Department of Education, US Virgin Islands)

Integrating Church-Affiliated & Mental Health Strategies to Address Grief and Bereavement in Caribbean Commnities
Abstract
Gregory Canillas (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, USA)

Black Women, Breast Cancer and the Use of Culturally Adapted Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to Address Depression and Increase Resilience
Abstract
Natasha Browne (Browne Psychology Professional Corporation, Canada)

The Status of Health Psychology in the Caribbean
Abstract
Laura Reid Marks (University of Memphis, USA), Tracy McFarlane (University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica), Shondolyn Sanders (University of Memphis, USA), Kerrie Wilkins (Arizona State University, USA)

A Controlled Trial of Culturally Adapted Spiritual Oriented Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Child Survivors of Restavek—a Form of Modern Day Slavery in Haiti
Abstract
Wismick Jean-Charles, Kathylynn Pierre Griff, Rose Gersy Charles (Université Notre-Dame d'Haiti (UNDH), Haiti), Sophonie Zidor (Université d'Etat D'Haiti (UEH), Haiti

Thursday, November 10
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Cultural Night
Location: Acajou
Spectacle by Jean René Delsoin
Music by Ti Coca

Friday, November 11

9:00 am - 10:15 am Session Number: 033
Conference Plenary: Location: Acajou
Caribbean Psychology Education and Training C.E.Credit Available for this session
Chair: Jacqueline Baussan, President, Haitian Psychological Association

Addressing Multiculturalism and Multilingualism in the Education and Training of Caribbean Psychologists
Abstract
Makesha Evans (Jamaican Psychological Society, Secretary & Education Chair, Jamaica)

Can Psychology Truly Serve Humanity?
Abstract
Saths Cooper (Internatonal Union of Psychological Science, President, South Africa)

10:30 am - 12:00 pm Session Number: 034
Invited Speaker Panel Location: Ginger
Theme: Health & Well-being
Chair: Mike Campbell, President, Psychological Association of Barbados

Advancing Health Equity: Challenges and Opportunities for Psychologists
Abstract
Lula Beatty (American Psychological Association, USA)

Brain and Culture: Challenges and Opportunities for a Culturally Sensitive Clinical Neuropsychology Practice in the Caribbean Region
Abstract
Jean Claude(Cross Cultural Neuropsychology Institute, USA)

Community-based Learning in Psychology
Abstract
Deanne Cooke (Loyola Marymount University, USA)

Strategies and Opportunities for Translation and Implementation Science among Diverse Populations
Abstract
Cheryl Boyce (National Institutes of Health, USA) [via Skype]

10:30 am - 12:00 pm Session Number: 035
Symposium Location: Suite 1
Theme: Health & Wellbeing

Using Therapeutic Pedagogy to Develop Culturally Relevant Mental Health Services for GBV
Abstract
Chair: Lewis Aptekar (San Jose State University, USA)

    • An Overview of the IsrAID GBV Psychosocial Program in Haiti
      Abstract
      Diddy Mymin Kahn (IsraAID, Israel / Haiti)
    • Developing a Culturally Appropriate Therapeutic Pedagogy
      Abstract
      Lewis Aptekar (San Jose State University, USA/Haiti)
    • Post-training Follow Up for Professionals Accompanying GBV Survivors
      Abstract
      Nathalie Coicou (IsraAID, Haiti )
    • A School Based Intervention to Cope with GBV in Haiti
      Abstract
      Antenor Edwidge (IsraAID, Haiti)

Discussant: Katia Henrys (FASCH/AHPsy, Haiti)

10:30 am - 12:00 pm Session Number: 036
Paper Panel Location: Préfonction 1
Theme: Health & Wellbeing
Chair: Jean-Robert Desrosiers, CRCP Host Committee, AHPsy

Jeunes "mules": quand recherche d'existence passe par objectalisation de son corps
Abstract
Magali Clergeat (Protection Judiciaire de la Jeunesse, French Guyana)

Pour une « Clinique Anthropologique » des suicides Amerindiens de Guyane
Abstract
Joelle Tinaut (Éducation Nationale, French Guyana)

Caribbean-American Students and Subjective Well-being: The South Florida Experience
Abstract
Lunthita M. Duthely (University of Phoenix, USA), Mahatapa Palit (City University New York (CUNY), USA), John G. Coleman (Independent Researcher, USA)

An Exploration of Post-traumatic Stress Models for Intervention in the Aftermath of Natural Disasters in the Caribbean
Abstract
Christine Descartes, Priya Elizabeth Maharaj (The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad)

Rejection Sensitivity, Social Support and Depression: A Survey
Abstract
Linda Mohammed, Talia Esnard (University of Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago)

10:30 am - 12:00 pm Session Number: 037
PaperPanel Location: Préfonction 2
Themes: Health & Wellbeing, Multiculturalism
Chair: Johanne Landrin, CRCP Host Committee, AHPsy

Culture: The Nurturer of Conscience
Abstract
Anna Maria Mora (Trinidad and Tobago Association of Psychologists, Trinidad and Tobago)

Promoting Mental Health and Well-Being through Service Learning & Cultural Immersion Experiences
Abstract
Gemima St. Louis (William James College, USA)

Going Back to the Island: Community Psychology Lessons Learned from Restoring an Outdoor Kitchen
Abstract
Niambi Hall-Campbell (The College of The Bahamas, The Bahamas)

Blended Learning in Higher Education: Experiences of Emerging Reflective Lecturers
Abstract
Mia Amour Jules, Donna-Maria Maynard (The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados)

Interpreting Expressive Therapies: Interpreters assisting mental health services in Haiti
Abstract
Helen Joseph (Lesley University, USA)

10:30 am - 12:00 pm Session Number: 038
PaperPanel Location: Suite 2
Themes: Health & Wellbeing, Multiculturalism, Education, Challenges
Chair: Pascale Auguste, CRCP Host Committee AHPsy

Assessing Nigrescence Beyond the US: Black Racial Identity in Jamaica
Abstract
Frank C. Worrell (University of California, Berkeley, USA), Tracy A. McFarlane (The University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica)

Neuropsychological Development of Low Socioeconomic Status and At-Risk Children
Abstract
Graham Pluck, Isabela Lara, Cristina Hugo Mendoza, Valeria Valdivieso, Karla Haro, Ana Trueba (Universidad San Fransisco de Quito, Ecuador)

Résilience, spiritualité et communauté: Fondements et applications en Haïti
Abstract
Wismick Jean-Charles (Université Notre-Dame d'Haiti (UNDH), Haiti

10:30 am - 12:00 pm Session Number: 039
Roundtables Location: Cattleya

Children's Rights in the 21st Century
Abstract
Polli Hagenaars (EFPA/NIP Human Rights, Netherlands), Ava Thompson (College of the Bahamas,The Bahamas)

Challenges for Dissemination of Evidence-based Psychological Practices
Abstract
Caleb Lack (University of Central Oklahoma, USA), Eric Storch (University of South Florida, USA), Bradley Riemann (Rogers Memorial Hospital, USA), Gary Geffken (University of Florida, USA), Thorstur Bjorgvinsson (Harvard Medical School, USA)

After the Dust Settles: Experiences of Haitian Earthquake Survivors and Implications for Culturally Competent Support
Abstract
Florence Saint-Jean, Zakiyyah Abdul Mateen, Natalia Louis (Global Trauma Research Inc, USA)

Travailler avec l'étranger
Abstract
Sébastien Chapellon (Université de Guyane, French Guyana)

Undiagnosed Disorders: Coping in the Light of Our Customs
Abstract
Phaidra Allliance Laraque (AHPsy, Haiti)

Friday, November 11
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
LUNCH

12:00 pm – 12:45 pm Location: Ginger
Disaster Response Discussion – bring your lunch to join in the discussion

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Session Number: 040
InvitedSpeakerPanel Location: Ginger
Chair: Richard Adderly, President, The Bahamas Psychological Association

Addressing Gender-Based Violence in the Caribbean: How Do We Know What Works?
Abstract
Zuri Amuleru-Marshall (St. George's University, Grenada)

The Role of Psychology in the Cuban Health System
Abstract
Alberto Cobian Mena (Cuban Health Psychology Society, Cuba)

Psychothérapie existentialle et multiculturalisme: Quelques éléments de reflexions autour de la question de la souffrance et du sens en Haïti
Abstract
Hérold Toussaint (Vice Rector, UEH, Haiti)

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Session Number: 041
Invited SpeakerPanel Location: Préfonction 1
Chair: Katia Hilaire, AHPsy CRCP Host Committee

Enjeux cliniques de la parole en prison, d'un accueil possible de l'agressivité dans une perspective thérapeutique
Abstract
Victor Lina (Association des Psychologues de la Martinique, Martinique)

Les incidences psychosociologiques d'expériences socialisantes d'abandons: des prémices d'un individualisme de survie en Haïti
Abstract
Lenz Jean-Francois (Directeur du département de Psychologie, FASCH-UEH, HaÏti)

La prise en charge des enfants et adolescents ayant un trouble du spectre de l'autisme, regards de deux psychologues expérimentant un modèle d'intervention, basée sur la méthode Sonrise favorisant une intégration des différents domaines du développement
Abstract
Pascal Nery Jean-Charles, Pascale Salnave Fanini-Lemoine (La Petite Chenille Centre de Therapie, Haïti)

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Session Number: 042
Paper Panel Location: Préfonction 2
Theme: Health & Wellbeing
Chair: Beatrice Dalencour-Turnier, Vice President, AHPsy, CRCP2016 Organizing Committee

The Broken Ones: Sexual Abuse and Grief Experiences in Barbados
Abstract
Ayodele Olabesi Harper (The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados)

"Going Natural" in a Virtual Community: Social Media's Influence on Black Hair Identity
Abstract
Donna-Maria Maynard, Mia Amour Jules (The University of the West Indies, Barbados)

Vers l'amélioration de la relation médecin/patient dans le domaine du VIH/SIDA en Haïti
Abstract
Katia Henrys (Faculté des Sciences Humaines/ AHPsy, Haïti)

Re-Building A Relational Home; Trauma and Addictions Recovery in Port Au Prince
Abstract
Nancy Sobel (Founder, Global Adolescent Project, (Haiti), USA)

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Session Number: 043
Paper Panel Location: Suite 1
Themes: Health & Wellbeing; Education and Training
Chair: Ava Thompson, CANPA EC, Past President, The Bahamas Psychological Association

Caribbean Students Adapting to American Higher Education
Abstract
Giselle Greenidge, Erma Lawson (University of North Texas, USA)

Learning Strategies for Baby Boomers in a Post Graduate Environment
Abstract
Malaika Edwards, Monica Majors, Petra Robinson (Louisiana State University, USA)

Evaluación de un curso de posgrado en Psicología Comunitaria en México
Abstract
Gustavo Alonso Félix López (Universidad Veracruzana, México)

An Evaluaton of the Psychology Postgraduate Programme: A Student Perspective
Abstract
Linda Mohammed, Christine Descartes (University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago)

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Session Number: 044
Poster Session Location: Cattleya

Discrimination, Negative Stereotype Endorsement, and Depression among African-American and Afro-Caribbean Adults: A Secondary Analysis Using Data from the National Survey of American Life
Abstract
James Drexler (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA / St. Lucia), Kristine Molina (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)

Educational Intervention Increases Acceptability and Knowledge of Newborn Male Circumcision (NMC)
Abstract
Krystel Loubeau (Haitian Study Group for Kaposi's Sarcoma and Opportunistic Infections (GHESKIO), Haiti), Jessy Dévieux (AIDS Prevention Program, Florida International University, USA), Stéphanie Gaston, Jerry Bonhomme (GHESKIO, Haiti), Michèle Jean-Gilles, Anshul Saxena, Rhonda Rosenberg (Florida International University, USA)

An Investigation into the Prevalence and Association of Substance Use and Family Cohesion Among Jamaican Adolescents
Abstract
Jason Wynter (Northern Caribbean Univeristy, Jamaica)

Neuroeducation: A Study of Intelligence and Frontal Lobe Function as Predictors of Academic Achievement
Abstract
Graham Pluck, Bernardo Ruales, Edgar Paucar, M. Victoria Andrade-Guimaraes, Ana Trueba (Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador)

Does Savoring Predict High School Reunion Attendance and Celebrity Admiration?
Abstract
Lynn McCutcheon (Editor, NAJP, USA), Karen Simplis (University of Belize Faculty Nursing Allied Health and Social Work, Belize), Terrence Pope (University of Baltimore, USA), Grant Rich (USA)

Repetisyon strès menm aprè 5 an trambleman
Abstract
Marie Bettie Dieudonné/Pierre, Marie Monique Léonard, Samuel Jean-Baptiste, Gessica François, Stephane Dennery, (Soulaje Lespri Moun (Relief for the Spirit), Haiti), Courtney Welton-Mitchell, Leah James (University of Colorado, USA)

A Conceptual Poster: Function of Religion/Social Support in SWL Outcomes in Post Migration Black-Caribbeans
Abstract
Shavern Browne (University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA/ St. Christopher and Nevis)

2:30 pm - 2:45 pm
BREAK

2:45 – 4:00 Session Number: 045
Closing Ceremony Location: Acajou
Chair: Merry Bullock, CANPA EC, CRCP2016 Organizing Committee

Reflections
Changing of the Flag
CRCP2018 in Cuba