1st Regional Multi Disciplinary, Multisectoral Conference on Drug Demand Reduction and Supply Suppression
Psychology Department 6 staff members with First Aid Red Cross Training in Thika Headquarters on 3/3/2017 and 4/3/ 2017
Psychology Department 6 staff members with First Aid Red Cross Training in Thika Headquarters on 3/3/2017 and 4/3/ 2017
New Course: Post-Graduate Diploma in Addiction Treatment Science

Dr. Eunice Njeri Mvungu

Dr Eunice Njeri Mvungu

Title:Dr
Designation:Lecturer
Contact Address:P.O BOX 17674-00100, Nairobi
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Tel :(+254) 0727 469 436

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Areas of Intrest

  • Research, Training and Facilitation
  • Visiting and helping the less fortunate in the community
  • Guidance and Counseling for youth on education/career excellence

Research Done

Community Work

  • Women Education Researchers Kenya (WERK) Member
  • Counseling Consultant with ACK Education Secretary’s office (Embu)
  • Prepares peer counseling and training manuals and also trains both the teachers and students on peer counseling.
  • Society of Women and AIDS in Kenya (SWAK)- Member
  • Counsels, trains and educates People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), the affected, and the care-givers.
  • Empowers youth to acquire technical training and skills in Technical Training Institutes by getting them sponsorships.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 March 2016 10:05

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Departmental post- graduate seminar series slotted for 29/ 5/2015 (seminar 1 already done), seminar 2 on 25/6/2015, and seminar 3 on 29/7/2015.

Dr. Muchiri Karega
Chairman
Department of Psychology