Kurleen Horsham is a Relationship Therapist and Chief Executive Officer at The Caribbean Enhancement Centre.
She is the holder of a Masters of Arts in Counselling from the Caribbean Nazarene College, Upper Santa Cruz, and a graduate of the Development Model of Couples Therapy, under Ellyn Bader, Ph.D. at The Couples Institute.
She has been working with couples, individuals, and families since 2004.
In Trinidad & Tobago, there is no licensure agency, however, as a professional, she understands the need for accountability and good ethical standards in practice. Hence she is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) and American Counseling Association (ACA).
Kurleen has been married for over twenty years. She has experienced the ups and downs in marriage which has positioned her to appreciate the different seasons of marriage and knows what it takes to make a marriage work at this time. She is also a Pastor's wife who supports her husband in ministry.
She is also an author of the book Food For Thought: When Preparing For Marriage, and an eBook entitled Surviving Grief and Loss.
Kurleen Horsham, Relationship Therapist, Counsellor, Couples Therapy
Sharon Jones affectionately calls herself a 'people's-person'. She enjoys interacting and spending time with others.
Her philosophy as a born-again Christian has always been to reach out and touch the lives of others, as she facilitates the healing and growth process of the individuals who cross her path. She mainly works with children and teenagers through individual and group counselling, self-development workshops, and seminars.
Sharon is a Professional Counsellor who has obtained a Masters of Arts in Counselling from the Caribbean Nazarene College, and a BSc. in Psychology from The University of the West Indies, which has positioned her to be the best.
Her optimism and God-given sense of humour are two assets that she brings to both her professional and non-professional life.
Prudence Messiah is an experienced educator, adolescent counsellor, and skilled mediator, certified by the Mediation Board of Trinidad and Tobago in Civil Non-Family Matters.
She has a Masters of Science in Mediation Studies and BSc. in Psychology from The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus. Prudence has had the distinct pleasure of having her post-degree thesis ‘Social Work Intervention in Adolescent to Parent Abuse’ published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Human Behaviour and Social Environment in 2017.
Prudence believes that her calling is in service to others. Her professional and academic qualifications and experiences have beautifully developed into her ‘ministry of service’ to help persons with interpersonal conflict to dialogue, and let their stories be heard so that resolution can take place.