MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEM IN NIGERIA

One in four Nigerians – some 50 million people – are suffering from some sort of mental illness, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). There are only eight neuropsychiatric hospitals in Nigeria. With dire budget and staffing shortfalls prompting doctors to go on strike, leave the country, …

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ATTRIBUTES OF A PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR/PSYCHOTHERAPIST.

Professional Counselors are licensed mental health therapists who provide assessment, diagnosis and counseling to people facing a variety of life stresses and psychological problems. They help people with relationship issues, family problems, job stress, mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety, and many other challenging problems that can impact …

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WHAT IS CHILD COUNSELING

Child therapy (also called child counseling) is much the same as therapy and counseling for adults: it offers them a safe space and an empathetic ear while providing tools to bring about change in thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Just like adult clients, child clients receive emotional and goal support in …

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SEXUAL ORIENTATION

Sexuality is not just about “sex” and certain body parts that are associated with males and females. Sexuality includes sexual orientation, such as who a person is attracted to and whether the person identifies as heterosexual, homosexual or bisexual, as well as their sexual fantasies and attitudes and values related …

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SOLVING THE PUZZLE OF PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING IN NIGERIA

MEDIA UNVEILING
INSTITUTE OF COUNSELING IN NIGERIA: THE FIRST COUNSELING INSTITUTE IN AFRICA
DATE: 8TH JULY 2019
TIME: 10AM
VENUE: THE INSTITUTE OF COUNSELING IN NIGERIA 10 SUMBO JIBOWU STREET OFF RIBADU ROAD, OFF AWOLOWO ROAD IKOYI LAGOS.

PROVOST MEDIA SPEECH/ PRESS STATEMENT

INSTITUTE OF COUNSELING IN NIGERIA: SOLVING THE PUZZLE OF …

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COUNSELING SYSTEM PROGRESS REPORT

INTRODUCTION:
It is interesting how there are a whole bunch of people in the society who claim to be counselors, but in actual fact, they are far from it. From parents to teachers, clerics, bosses at work, Doctors and nurses and indeed anyone who occupies a position of influence have …

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