FW Hickling: Member, Scientific Committee: World Association of Cultural Psychiatry (WACP) together with the Latin American Group of Transcultural Psychiatry (GLADET) the 4th International Congress “Global Challenges & Cultural Psychiatry. Natural disasters, conflict, insecurity, migration, and spirituality”, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, México from October 29th to November 2nd 2015
FW Hickling: Caribbean Representative: World Psychiatric Association.Section on Conflict Management and Resolution.
Psychologist, Psychotherapy Associates International Limited, Birmingham, England. Jamaican Country Coordinator, Cooperative Association of States for Scholarships(CASS). Administered by Georgetown University, on behalf of USAID. Psychologist at Mid-Central Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Centre, Palmerston North, New Zealand. Management Consultant, Development Associates Ltd. Connolley House Community Mental Health and Development Centre Kingston Jamaica. Management Trainer and Adjunct Faculty at University of Technology, Kingston Jamaica and the University of the West Indies Mona.
Appointed Member of the Teachers’ Services Commission, Appointed Justice of the Peace for St. Andrew, Member of the Board of Managers at The
Queen’s School, Member of the Board of Managers at St. Andrew High School for Girls, Weekly Columnist for the Daily Gleaner, Member of the Board of the Mary Seacole Foundation, Caribbean Studies Association, Human Resources Management Association of Jamaica.
Psychotherapy Associates Limited
Dr. Geoffrey Walcott Clinical Director Psychotherapy Associates Ltd, Consultant Psychiatrist
Intrinsicly engage resource-leveling convergence vis-a-vis vertical action items. Intrinsicly streamline cross-unit core competencies rather than performance based potentialities.
The self-financing Center of the University of the West Indies has been implementing intervention programmes for the empowerment of inner city children and violence reduction. Dream a World is the primary intervention programme to this end.
There are many different intervention programmes being offered islandwide for children that have been important elements of the development process.
CARIMENSA offers a methodology that provides the means to empirically measure the changes in behaviour of participating children. It is an important process for national development.