Dr Katija Khan is the Immediate Past President of the Trinidad and Tobago Association of Psychologists. She is a Neuropsychologist and Lecturer in Clinical Psychology in the Faculty of Medical Sciences at the UWI, St Augustine where she also coordinates the MSc Clinical Psychology Programme. She is a member of the North West Regional Health Authority Mental Health Committee, the National Suicide Prevention Working Committee and the CANPA (Caribbean Association of National Psychology Associations) Professional Education and Training committee. An alumna and past faculty member of the UWI (St. Augustine and Mona campuses), Dr Khan completed her PhD at Hull University and was a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at the University of Sheffield, England, where she was a member of the Translational Neuropsychology Group in the Department of Neuroscience. She lived and worked in Jamaica and England for 10 years before repatriating home to Trinidad. She has a diverse range of clinical and research interests including the delivery of psychological interventions in public health service, dementia, suicide, exercise and mental health, mental toughness in athletes and cross-cultural validity of psychological assessment. She is keenly interested in improving standards for professional psychology across the Caribbean, public education for mental health, improving public access to psychological interventions and improving wellness in Caribbean societies.