Brathwaite, Migdalia

Migdalia Brathwaite

Migdalia Brathwaite

Dr. Migdalia Brathwaite is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and holds a terminal degree in Counseling Psychology. She is the program developer and director of the Division of Behavioral Health’s Clubhouse Day Treatment Program. She is also the Clinical Supervisor at the Department of Health - Division of Behavioral Health in St. Croix, United States Virgin Islands. She has served as the Coordinator of the St. Croix Trauma Learning Community and has over twenty-five years of experience in shaping the behaviors of diverse populations. She is an International Speaker, Creative Life Strategist, Thought Leader, Spiritual Teacher, and Forgiveness Education Facilitator/Coach.

As a published author her works include: The 490 Forgiveness Solution; Beneath the B.A.R.K.; The Life Attitude Inventory: A Preliminary Evaluation of a Measure of Spiritual Orientation; and she recently completed the manuscript FLICKER, a multi-generational book that invites you to examine how to manage creative intention. She is also a contributing author in a variety of other publications.

Dr. Brathwaite is the Founder of Green Brain Innovationz, a personal development organization. She is a singer, speaker, seminar leader and retreat facilitator who has developed a variety of seminars and educational programs which include but are not limited to: The Forgiveucation Series: The 490 Initiative, The Art of Forgiveness, Work-Wise:Simple Wisdom in the Workplace, and Creating a Culture of Forgiveness; Hiding Out Loud-Exploring the Impact of Personal Value in a Selfie Culture; Sexual Integrity Series: Porntfied- How Pornography is Impacting our Brains and Transforming Society, Soil Isn’t Dirty-Remaining Rooted and Grounded in a Hypersexualized Culture, Rectified-Taking a Leap of Hope in the Age of Porntfication, and Object-Reclaiming Dignity When the World Says No (for women only); H.I.T.C.H.E.D.- Discovering the Shape of your Bond (for couples); and Caring for the Caregiver Life Transition Seminar Series. Dr. Brathwaite’s aim is to point people towards living creative and wholehearted lives, and developing compassionate communities.

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