Joyce Wangari Ngugi, MA Counseling Psychology, is a Consultant Psychologist and Research Mentor with 13 years’ experience. As a researcher-storyteller using mixed methods, she has a bevy of scholarly work and media presentations, see www.wangari.africa. Her niche areas are psychotherapy programs empowering people with disabilities/special needs and their caregivers and restoring African holistic healing. She is candidate of Doctor of Psychology, PsyD, Clinical Psychology at United States International University-Africa. She earned a global award at the American Psychological Convention 2018 in California, USA on a co-authored study on “Barriers to Mental Health Access for Deaf Adults in Kenya: A Review”.
The Intersectoral Nexus in Mental Health: Intersectoral collaboration School-based programmes Workplace mental health Mental Health and Disability Moderator: Joyce Ngugi- Consultant Psychologist, United States International University – Africa (USIU-A) Panelists Grace Wanjiku, Ag Director, Psychological Counselling Services, Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs Rose Mwongela, Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs […]