Dr Day is an experienced Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Lead Clinician for Neurodiversity & Disability with over 24 years clinical experience. She is fully licensed and registered with the Health Practice Commission (Cayman Islands) and the Health and Care Professionals Council (UK). Dr Day is also a registered Expert Witness.
Dr Lam is our Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Lead Clinician for Trauma and Attachment with over 15 years of clinical experiences. She is fully licensed and registered with the Health Practice Commission (Cayman Islands) and the Health and Care Professionals Council (UK). Dr Lam is also a Chartered Psychologist, a registered Expert Witness, and an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist.
Dr Chantal Basson is a Senior Clinical Psychologist with 15 years post qualified experience, specialising in child and adolescent mental health in neurodiverse families. She is originally from the UK where she worked in the National Health Service, as a Consultant Child Psychologist, in a Senior Leadership role and as a clinical lecturer for Doctoral Students at The University of Manchester as well as teaching at multiple universities and across a number of NHS Trusts during her career to date. She has travelled extensively, as well as lived and worked in a variety of multi-cultural communities.
Dr Katheryn Whittaker is a Doctorate level Senior Psychotherapist, BPS Chartered Psychologist, Licensed Marital & Family Therapist and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with over 20 years of experience working with children, families and individuals with trauma, substance use disorders and chronic and severe mental illness. She has extensive training in ILF Neurofeedback, Motivational Interviewing, Rapid Resolution, Solution Focused, Gestalt, Cognitive and Dialectical Behaviour therapies.
Dr Meadows is a Doctorate level Clinical Psychologist with over 10 years of clinical experience. She has a specialist interest and expertise in attachment and relational trauma and has worked within looked after children services. She is trained in multiple evidence-based interventions including Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, EMDR, Trauma-focused CBT, Theraplay, Cognitive Analytic Therapy-informed therapy.
Dr. Larissa Johnson, CPsychol, RAPPS, is a dedicated and highly experienced psychologist, holding registrations as a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society (BPS) and a Forensic Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). With additional certifications as a Clinical Certified Trauma Professional, EMDR Therapist, and Level 1 Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Teacher, Dr. Johnson is committed to providing a compassionate and supportive space for individuals to navigate their personal challenges and facilitate transformative change.
Dr Robertson is a Doctorate level Counselling Psychologist with a Masters in Forensic Psychology. Dr Robertson has fifteen years of clinical experience across a wide range of settings, including prisons, residential addiction rehabilitation centres, mental health wards and other National Health Service (NHS) hospital and surgery settings, Universities and third sector community services. Dr Robertson has a special interest in addiction, trauma, and anxiety disorders.
Mr Jones is a Registered Social Worker, trained to Masters level with over four decades of clinical experience in the mental health field both in Cayman and Canada with the last thirteen as a Neurofeedback Clinician.
Ms Janine is originally from South Africa and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) as well as an HPCSA registered Psychometrist (Independent Practice category). She holds a Master of Arts in Special Education as well as a BsocSci (Hons) Degree in Psychology. Janine has a broad range of skills and experience as a Psychometrist in a variety of settings and industries, including neuropsychological and diagnostic assessments, clinical and educational, special education, research, and organizational settings.
Charlie is our therapy dog, aged six years old. He is a characterful Weshie, hypoallergenic and with the perfect temperament for a calming therapy dog. Charlie was trained by Cayman charity Healing Paws and is certified according to American Kennel Club accreditation standards. His skills include being lovable, friendly and gentle, as well as dog phobia therapy, and helping people with social communication difficulties, trauma and/or attachment issues learn to bond and manage their anxiety. Charlie's favourite thing to do is sit at the door, watching the world go by or snuggle up on the sofa next to his client