As the body representing psychologists in Trinidad and Tobago, we do our best to ensure that our actions are geared towards the betterment of the mental health of the citizens of Trinidad and Tobago.
Who Can Use Our Services?
TTAP caters to the needs of psychologists by way of professional development and representation, and to members of the public by way of safe referrals for services, psychological education, advocacy and in some cases, provision of mental health services.
Persons experiencing strong suicidal urges, are advised to contact the local emergency services, a local hospital or a local hotline to receive immediate assistance. TTAP will not hold accountability for persons with suicidal behaviours, thoughts, or actions.
Chat & Forum - Live Support
We promote a supportive and amicable atmosphere in our forums (e.g. Tapped In). We do not tolerate the use of any of our services while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Abuse towards our members will not be tolerated. Any such incidents shall be reported immediately and followed up by severe action. Consequences for abuse include being banned from our service and hence excluded from the website and forum.
Payments may be made via MasterCard and Visa through PayPal or via a deposit to TTAP’s bank account. For maximum security, SSL encrypted connections (https) are used to facilitate all payments. Your private bank details are never divulged to us or any other third parties.
The information and opinions shared on psychologytt.org/blog are those of the contributors or therapists based on their own education and experiences.
The Trinidad and Tobago Association of Psychologists (TTAP) and its site developers take no responsibility whatsoever for any adverse consequences experienced from using the information provided on psychologytt.org or in the blog forums with other users and professionals. We guarantee you that we have made strong efforts to provide quality services, reliable information and safe forums to those who visit our site.
The success of one’s treatment/mental health or related service, and the rate with which it occurs depends largely on the efficient and concerted efforts made by both psychologist and client. TTAP takes no responsibility for any complications in this relationship. It is assumed that the user has read and agreed to this disclaimer when using the information on this site.
TTAP makes stringent efforts to verify the qualifications of all psychologists in our membership. Each professional however, continues to bear the responsibility of ensuring that the information provided about them is current and accurate. This information includes, but is not limited to, name, address, phone numbers, email addresses and qualifications.
It is believed that no one can absolutely guarantee the security of any data transmitted online. With this in mind, although we do our best to protect your data, TTAP accepts no liability for any security breaches that may occur. We use strict procedures and various sophisticated security features in an attempt to prevent any unauthorized access of your private data.
By using this site you accept the terms and conditions of this disclaimer. You agree that any use you make of a psychologist’s services is at your own risk and that TTAP is not responsible for any damages or losses resulting from your reliance on such services.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the personal and/or professional information of any of our members, please feel free to ask him/her for verification using the contact information provided. If you think you notice any misstatements, please contact us via our customer service review section or email us using [email protected]
TTAP may at any time make changes to our policies without prior notification. If we make changes, we will make every effort to update this page immediately.
If you have any questions about what you have read in this section, please feel free to Contact Us.