Barbara Landon teaches bioethics at St. George’s University School of Medicine in Grenada. She has been teaching Conscious Discipline in Grenada and in the Caribbean since 2009 and has been a CDCI since 2013. She is co-recipient of a Canada Grand Challenges Saving Brains grant, which aims to teach Conscious Discipline in Grenada to help prevent corporal punishment. She has worked with UNICEF, the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) and numerous NGOs to promote healthy neurodevelopment in the region. She also teaches mindfulness in the SGU community and several courses in SGU’s graduate program in community clinical psychology.
Barbara is a clinical psychologist, pediatric neuropsychologist, bioethics professor, community psychologist, and Director of the SGU Psychological Services Center.
Barbara is a skilled trainer, facilitator and speaker and is also a mindfulness skills instructor.
Barbara is a Conscious Discipline Certified Instructor, Licensed psychologist in ME and MA, National Register of Health Service Psychologists.
Barbara holds a B.A. from Butler University, a M.A. from Mansfield University, and a PsyD from Antioch University.