Dr Mary Wambui Kamina

mary wambui

Title/Qualifications: Dr
Department of Psychology
Contact Address:
P.O Box 43844- 00100Nairobi
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Presentation of Papers:

  • Feb  2016: Data Analysis and presentation
  • 29th Sept 2015: Curriculum Dvpt and Review-KU
  • 30th June 2015 :Universal treatment Curriculum for Substance Use Disorders (UTC)  K U
  • 18th June 2015 : Universal treatment Curriculum for Substance Use Disorders (UTC)  K U              
  • 2nd - 7th Dec 2013:Transformational leadership Training - K U
  • June 8th 2013 “A case study on Mathari Escapes”  - KPA (Kenya Psychological Association)
  • 14th – 15th 2013: Training in Trauma Model – K U
  • 29th – 30th Nov 2012  “ Psychological Preparedness for General Elections” KCPA Conference
  • 11th Sept 2012 :Deployment Debriefing Thika Military Barracks
  • 25th – 27th April  2012: Counselling Supervision  Work shop
  • Nov 2010 - Guidance and Counseling Conference- Egerton University
  • Executive member – Kenya Psychological Association Oct 2010 to date
  • Guidance and Counseling Conference- Egerton University 12th -14th November 2010 (Presented on Ethical Issues in Counseling) Egerton University
  • Dec 2009
    • Paper Presentation: Benefits of continuing education –
    • Co-author of a book on continuing education - Daystar University
  • 25th Oct 2009 – to date Associate Supervisor – Kenya Counseling Association
  • July 2006, First National Counselor Conference at Kenya Institute of Education, Theme: Enhancing counselor practice, supervision and research in the 21st century and beyond -Paper Presentation: Perception of Counseling among Kenyans


  • Trauma Recovery Workshop, 14th & 15th May 2013


  • February 2013, Maranatha College of Proffessional Studies- Board Member

Media Experience:

  • Feb 2009:MNET EAST Television Program at Patricia Show Media House,

    -Phobia Treatment - Live Television

  • 2015 : K U T V ,Making Amends
  • 2006 – 2007:KBC Radio Programs “Good Morning Kenya Show” – Interviews on Psychological issues

    -Psychosocial issues among the youth, Autism
    -Mungiki and ways of rehabilitating the youth, among others

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