XVI Caribbean Congress of Psychology
Date & Place:

Santo Domingo, República Dominicana

April 6 – 7.

Saturday 6 – 16:00h

Sunday 7 – 9:00h

*On Saturday some workshops will be given, see annex at the end of this table

How to Enroll:

Foreign visitors must make their pre-registration to the congress sending their personal data: Name and Surname, telephone, mobile, adress (indicate the country) and e mail, and you have to send it to this mail

The payment of registration to the congress must be made upon arrival in the country to the person in charge, who will deliver the congress support materials.



  • Deconstructing the universality of social justice: a multicultural perspective. Keynote address Dr. Torres Rivera (USA).
  • Psychology forensic: approach and accompaniment of women victims of violence. Dr Sandra Luna (Guatemala).
  • Professional training in psychology in emergencies and disasters. Dr. Alexis Lorenzo Ruiz (Cuba).
  • -Comprehensive health care in primary care. Dr. Alma Reyes. (Cuba)
  • "The null hypothesis is not necessary for the advancement of scientific psychology". Freddy Paniagua, Ph.D. (USA).
  • The secondary post-traumatic stress disorder in the help professional. Vilmania Mambrú (Puerto Rico).
  • The meaning of masculinity from the experience of sexual abuse in males. Dr. Rebecca López (Puerto Rico).
  • Conciousness about the autism spectrum disorder and its relationship with pregnancy. Suilariam Cepeda, Maritere Quintana, Dr. Laura Deliz, Luisa Morales, Ismarie Soto. (Puerto Rico).
  • The action in prison as a tool of transformation for inmates. Dr. Julimar Saéz- Colón. (Puerto Rico).
  • Common variables in exconfined that have succeeded in graduating from jail. Jacqueline Rodriguez, Dr. Julimar Saz - Colon, Wildalys Marrero Aguayo. (Puerto Rico). Dr. Ángel Comas (Puerto Rico)
  • Errors in identifying suspects: a look from forensic psychology. Yaritza Perez Rivera, Ph.D. (Puerto Rico)
  • Evidence based psychological intervention for schizophrenic patients from the Perspective of the systemic models of family and recovery. Dr. Belkis Quijada Almonte (Puerto Rico)
  • School violence: strategies for prevention and reduction from a perspective.
  • Conflicts and jealousy in couple relationships associated with the use of Facebook Dr. Juan A. González-Rivera (Puerto Rico)
  • Adherence to treatments in chronic conditions: experiences and challenges Dr. Libertad Martín (Cuba)
  • Effects of exposure to psychological harassment in suicide ideations and attempts: Review of the Integrated Motivational
  • Volitional Model of Suicide Behavior Dr. Ernesto Rosario-Hernández-1 and Dr. Lillian V. Rovira Millán (Puerto Rico)
  • Challenges and Challenges of the Tourette Syndrome in Psychology: Agenda of the Present and Future - The relationship between neurofibromatosis and its impact on DSMV diagnoses Dr. Eduardo L. Rodríguez (Puerto Rico)


  • Attachment and Alexitimia in couple aggressors Dr. Luis Vergés - Psychological variables and school involvement in university students in the Dominican Republic and Spain Iván Moronta, M.A. and Arantzazu Rodríguez Fernández
  • Mindfulness as a tool to face difficult emotions Janna S. Figuereo, M.A. - Grief for loss of pregnancies and newborns - Team Building: Experiential training for organizations Selenia Indhira Bobadilla, M.A.

Students and professionals 100 Dollars – 87,82 euros.

*This cost includes registration to the congress and transportation from Santiago airport (STI) to Puerto Plata from Friday and return to the airport on Monday. As also the transportation from the hotel to the congress and vice versa. 


Please contact this email: or you can contact by whatsapp to 829-836-8986


Identifying and facing the challenges of the social sciences in contemporary societies 

Date & Place:

Psychology Department - University of La Habana, Cuba
July 10 - 12.

How to Enroll:


The authors must initially submit the abstract and then their full work before the following deadlines: Date of abstracts submission: March 12, 2019.

Date of delivery of the complete works: May 12, 2019.

Format of abstracts: Text in Word, in Spanish and English, or Portuguese and English Arial, itches 12, single line spacing. 200 words

Keywords in the two languages ​​of the summary. Complete work format: Text in Word, in Spanish, English, or Portuguese. Arial, pica 12, line spacing 1,5 Title of the work centered in capital letters Full name of the authors, institution of belonging, country, email.
The text should not exceed 15 pages. Harvard dating and reference system. Those interested in submitting papers should send their abstracts and full papers. The complete works, which are delivered in the requested format, will be published in: Book of Congress "Dialogos universitarios de la Psicología" Cuban Journal of Psychology. Cuban Alternatives Magazine in Psychology

  • University, gender and development.
  • Aging and social insertion of older adults
  • Vocational training and professional development
  • Latin American development, historical cultural approach.
  • Clinical psychology and psychotherapy.
  • Professional actions of psychology in the business system.
  • Professional: 150.00 cuc = € 130.95
  • Companion: 70.00 cuc = € 61.10
  • Student: 100.00 cuc = € 87.29 

CUBATUR includes: Daily accommodation with breakfast, transfer to the airport, personalized assistance from the arrival

  • Hotel Nacional de Cuba: Double room: € 109 Single room: € 157
  • Hotel NH Capri: Double Room: € 109 Single room: 170 €
  • Hotel Meliá Habana: Double room: € 91.65 Single room: 126,65
  • Hotel Vedad St. Johns Double room: € 48 Single room: 65.46
  • Hotel Colina: Double room: € 43.64 Single room: 52.35

Latin American Meeting of Psychology and Praxis. Transformers in the Therapeutic, Psychosocial, Psycho-political and Community

Info by Whatsapp:
0057 300 615 76 60/0057 300 298 91 69

Date & Place:

Catholic University Luis Amigó
May 2 - 4
Medellín, Colombia.

How to Enroll:

  • Clinic and transformative therapies
  • Psychosocial field
  • Psychopolitics
  • Police brutality
  • Community processes
  • Legal and forensic psychology
  • Emancipatory methodologies
  • Group processes
  • Psychological decolonization
  • Pedagogies of autonomy and sovereignty
  • Ethical
  • Political contributions
  • Professionals: 55€
  • Students: 41,47€

Colombian Congress of Psychology 2019
Date & Place:

September 11 – 14
Barranquilla, Colombia

How to Enroll:

You have to register youself at the following link:

The initial registration includes a brief summary of the topic to be developed and the central elements that will be addressed.

The moderator will be responsible for registering the principal authors who will present the research associated with the symposium, in accordance with the request of the page (names, email, etc.).

Upon completion of the initial registration, participants will receive in their emails the information required for the registration of their work.

Check the spelling and grammatical aspects of the text, since the memories will publish the original text.

Review the Thematic Axes of the Congress to determine the one in which the symposium is classified.

Once the symposium is registered in its entirety, it will be evaluated by academic peers and the result of the evaluation will be informed via email.

  • Human development and life cycle 
  • Neurosciences and Psychobiology Sexuality. 
  • Diversity and Gender Social
  • Environmental and Community Psychology Training of Psychologist and Ethics Basic Processes 
  • POT 
  • Educational Other Fields 
  • Epistemology and History of Psychology Clinical Psychology
  • Health Consumer Psychology Legal


  • Students: 88,91€ (321,000 cop)
  • Professional: 99,98€


  • Students: 99,98€ (361,000 cop)
  • Professional: 112,72€


  • Students 111, 34€ (402,000 cop)
  • Professional: 125,19€

I World Convention: Social, Political and Community Psychology
Date & Place:

Bogotá, Colombia
May 20 – 23 / 2020

  • Homage to Martín Baró 30 years after his assassination.
  • Decolonizing horizons from psychology
  • Slope Earring

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