Decolonizing Research Methodologies, Arts-based Research Methodologies, Caribbean Women and Resilience, Adolescents and Sexual Decision Making, Psychosocial Implications of STIs, Gender Based Violence, Sexuality and Sexual Reproductive Health, Participatory Action Research
Dr. Tracie Rogers is a Researcher, Psychotherapist, and Lecturer in Social Work at the University of the West Indies. Mona Campus, Jamaica.
Tracie received her training at the University of the West-Indies, St. Augustine and New York University. Her research interests include the psychosocial implications of HIV for marginalized populations, gender-based violence and the psychosocial development of adolescent girls with marginalized identities. More specifically, she has a keen interest in the use of qualitative research methodologies for social justice, activism, policy development and empowering marginalized populations. She works with collaborative and arts-based methodologies as well as youth-led participatory action research and autoethnography.
In 2016 Tracie opened a group therapy practice - Wholeness and Wellness Counselling Services - which offers in-person (Trinidad) and online individual, couples and group counselling services. Since that time she has produced a video series and podcast called On the Couch to raise awareness and share information about mental health with the general public. Her most recent business endeavour has been launching The Practice Space - a company that offers clinical supervision, case consultation and office space for mental health professionals.