The overall shape of the logo represents the human brain and varied landscape of the Caribbean, stretching from the northwest to the southeast. The bright colours symbolize the fusion of the Caribbean's rich cultures and heritages. The symbol of Psychology arising in the midst of the Caribbean with its centre in the heart of the Caribbean Sea reflects the substantial role that psychology will play in the development of the region. Finally, the parallel lines signify equality between the various islands and the flowing shapes depict the historical and contemporary movement of people, activity, collaboration and integration.


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Archived News

  • CANPA signs agreement with Cuban Societies
  • New CANPA Member
  • UN report: Caribbean participation in CSW Event
  • CANPA condolences on the passing of Robert Roe
  • Guerda Nicolas - new publication on mental health training in Haiti
  • Report on CRCP2014 - International Journal of Psychology
  • Report on CRCP2014 - Caribbean Journal
  • Elections: CANPA Executive Council 2014-2016
  • Psychologists to be licensed in Jamaica
  • Special journal issue on Psychology in the Caribbean just published!
  • CANPA launched June, 2013
  • Report of CRCP2011 published in International Journal of Psychology

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