Bertrand Moses is the Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Specialist at UNICEF for the Eastern Caribbean Area, for 12 countries and territories. In this role, he works to strengthen their MHPSS programmes, policies and strategies for children and youth in the health, education, child protection, social and emergency/disaster sectors.

Prior to this role, Bertrand functioned as the National Coordinator of Child Affairs in the Office of the Prime Minister of Trinidad & Tobago. In this role, he implemented and coordinated the development of the 1st National Child Policy in the Eastern Caribbean and worked along with the civil sector, corporate sector and all government entities related to children and youth.

As a psychotherapist, Bertrand holds over 17 years of experience in mental health, working with the corporate sector, voluntary organizations, communities, schools, hospitals, and clinics. He has also worked in professional, volunteer, humanitarian and emergency settings in Africa, Europe, North America, Latin America and the Caribbean. He also founded a mental health organization that provided volunteer mental health interventions.

He holds a Master of Science degree in the field of Psychotherapy (MFT) from Loma Linda University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Sciences (Psychology emphasis) from Andrews University. Bertrand is also a Senior Atlantic Fellow for Health Equity with George Washington University.

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