The Centre

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Caribbean Tots to Teens
 is Jamaica’s first wellness centre
serving children, adolescents and their families.


Our mission is to optimise youth development and family life. Caribbean Tots to Teens was launched in 2008 by Dr. Carolyn Jackson out of her recognition of the need for a family-oriented service to provide competent, compassionate care in the fields allied to medicine including mental health, psychology and nutrition.

Over the years, the team has grown from two to an integrated interventional group of more than ten allied healthcare professional associates. Today, Caribbean Tots to Teens provides effective, customized, therapeutic solutions to families, churches, schools, parent-teacher groups, medical practitioners throughout Jamaica and beyond.

We are open to children from newborn to adolescents and young adults of age 21 years.

The administrative team includes:

  • Clinical Director: Dr Carolyn Pinnock Jackson      
  • Clinical Care Manager: Ms Chenell Griffiths
  • Receptionist:Ms Tina Soman                                           
  • Receptionist: Ms. Candine Anderson                             
  • Bookkeeper/Admin Assistant: Ms. Tanisha Osbourne

Our Associates include:

  • Art Therapist: Ms Lesli-Ann Belnavis                                                                           
  • Clinical Social Worker/ Paediatric Psychotherapist: Mrs. Marie Reynolds
  • Counselling Psychologist: Mr. Craig McNally 
  • Developmental Psychologist: Ms. Chalanie Stiebel                                                              
  • Clinical Psychologists: Ms. Justine East and Ms. Arnella Myers
  • School Psychologist: Mrs. Kellie-Ann Brown-Campbell
  • Rehabilitation & Mental Health Counsellor: Ms. Jhanille Brooks
  • Dietician/Nutritionists: Mrs Violet Griffith (Lactation Consultant) and Mrs. Kerry Weatherly

You may learn more about our associates qualifications and experience on The Team page.

Some of the services offered at our centre include: 
  • Counselling and Psychotherapy Services (Individual and Family) involving talk, art and play therapeutic techniques. These forms of therapy are used by our professionals based of the specific needs of the child and their family. In addition to helping children overcome challenges with conduct, learning, stress/anxiety, trauma and mood, our counselling methods have seen success in helping children with difficult transitions (coping with shifts from primary/preparatory to high school or from high school to college; family disruptions and more!)
  • Psychological Assessments are also offered based on the specific needs of the child and may include psycho-educational assessments, personality/emotional functioning assessments or a combination of both when needed. Neuropsychological Assessments are also available. Come in for a consultation to find out what may be best for your child.
  • Workshops and Seminars for Parent-Teacher Associations at primary and secondary levels including exam preparations (EXAM CALM), bullying, internet use and safety, healthy meal choices to name a few. We cater to your needs.
  • Nutritional and Dietetic Counselling: including meal planning for families, meal planning for children with dietary restrictions and weight loss management.
  • Lactation Consultations: for all breast feeding challenges including establishing let-down, twin births, storing EBM (expressed breast milk) weaning, low milk supply…




  1. Jenifer Goodridge on November 11, 2016 Reply

    First time learning about this organisation although I llive in Bsrbados.

    • caribtots2teens on January 19, 2017 Reply

      We’re glad you found us. Please tell us a little about yourself…what are your areas of interest?

  2. Marsha Gooden on March 3, 2014 Reply

    Sounds great! The range of disciplines on the team is commendable, all the best 🙂

  3. What a wonderful program!
    It is good that something like this is available to families who need the help.

    Keep up the good work and God bless you!

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