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Trinidad and Tobago is one of those special places that feels like home. You’re surrounded by food, culture, and a strong love for country that is freely… Read more “Trinidad & Tobago: A place that offers less tourism and more local living”
What is the longest amount of time you’ve dedicated to a project? How has it affected your work over time? Darrell Seignoret has dedicated the last eighteen… Read more “CARIUNITY: Portrait artist from T&T, Darrell Seignoret, cites Bob Marley as one of his greatest influences”
Our Female Founders Month celebration continues as we highlight the works of Founder of Farenheight TV, Farah Jeune. We thought about a few different ways to introduce… Read more “CARIUNITY: Farah Jeune wants people to feel validated, seen, and celebrated!”
Our CARIUNITY team will touch down in Trinidad & Tobago in exactly two weeks. In researching local business owners, influencers, and everyday people who are making a… Read more “CARIUNITY: Jaster the Reactionist brings magic to any stage”
Our discussion continues with Founder and Clinical Psychotherapist at UPWARD, Reycine Mc Kenzie. Make sure to check out Part I of the series where she shares ways we can remove barriers that affect accessibility to services. Learning about Reycine’s approach to therapy helped us to challenge the way we view mental health and wellness. We’re thrilled to present the same opportunity to our readers as we dive into the next part of our series.
We’re kicking off our Female Founders Month with Reycine McKenzie, M.Sc. She is the Founder and Clinical Psychotherapist at Upward in Trinidad & Tobago. We appreciated the… Read more “CARIUNITY Part I: Reycine Mc Kenzie helps to reframe the “mental health narrative””