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The Caribbean Well-Being conference (CWBC) is a biennial conference held on the island of St. Maarten.

The CWBC seeks to promote the positive development and well-being of children, parents, families, schools and communities. The CWBC aims to inform and educate on best practices to promote children’s well-being by looking at the important role that parents, families, teachers, schools, and communities play in the promotion of well-adjusted, socially and emotionally competent youth.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR CWBC 2019 

Are you interested in presenting at the CWBC?

Please follow the instructions below before submitting a conference proposal. All Conference proposals must be submitted online via terjesem@stjohns.edu . Please put CWBC 2019 proposal in the subject line of your email. The deadline is March 9, 2019.

The conference is acccepting:

Workshops: 75 minute sessions based on teaching direct skills and application of theory to attendees.

Strands &Topics Index

When submitting you will be asked to indicate which strand of the conference your submission most aligns with:

Strand A: Student Well-being

Strand B: Teacher Well-being

Strand C: Family Well-being

St. Maarten and many other islands in the Caribbean were greatly affected by two major hurricanes in 2017. The CWBC 2019 endeavors to focus on teaching skills/techniques that cater to fostering resilience and self-care. We hope that CWBC contributes to the recovery process for our islands.

Those interested may register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/caribbean-well-being-conference-2019-tickets-53761614436