H. Brennen, MA, NCP, BCCP, JP, is co-president of Council for Family Research.
He is an ordained minister of the gospel, marriage and
family therapist, nationally certified psychologist and
board certified clinical psychotherapist, USA, and a Justice
of the Peace for the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
Annick M. Brennen , MA, is co-president for CFR. She is an
educator and has special interest in research.
We believe that exposing and
understanding "hidden truth" through scientific
research about why things happen in individuals lives,
families, institutions, churches, and communities, can impact personal decisions, change policies,
practices, and even lives.
"Discovering the Hidden Truth"
for Family (CFR) is a research organization with the intent of
"Discovering the Hidden Truth" about family life, marriage,
pre-marriage relationships. Also "Discovering
the Hidden Truth" behind social dysfunction, family
violence, intimate partner abuse, child abuse, sexual abuse,
crime, poor industrial performance, etc. CFR is a division of
Sounds of Encouragement Association (Est. 1984), a
non--profit organization "helping people smile again" and
dedicated to the "restoration of healthy family life" in the Bahamas, the
Caribbean, and the world. CFR was first started in 1995 with
Barrington and Annick Brennen;
Dr. Jimmy Kijai, professor of
research and statistical methodology at
Andrews University, Michigan; Edith Roach, former educator,
The Bahamas; Pastor Errol Thomas
(Jamaica) former youth leader and trainer of the West
Indies; Dr. Elsie Jackson, child and family specialist,
Northern Caribbean University, Jamaica;
Dr. Grace Kelly,
counseling psychologist, educator, Northern Caribbean
University, Jamaica ; Dr. Martin Hanna,
systematic theologian, Andrews University, Michigan,
Angela Palacious, family life specialist, The Bahamas;
Dr. Stephanie Hutcheson, clinical psychologist, The Bahamas
CFR is a division of
Sounds of Encouragement Association