Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy


At Oopenspace, we seek to ensure children, adolescents and teenagers develop to their utmost potential by providing timely intervention services to the children, trainings and capacity building to and their parents and caregivers. We provide an open space to learn and understand Children from the inside out.

Vision: An environment where girls, boys and the youth are empowered with, and have access to physical, social, emotional, and psychosocial skills to develop to their utmost potential.

Mission: to stimulate revolution in the way the world handles children and realize positive change for the emotional and psychosocial well-being of children.


  • Children have the space go grow and develop to their utmost potential
  • Parents and caregivers acquire the skills and technical expertise to support the utmost development of children
  • Institutions are equipped with child protection and child responsive systems to protect children from all forms of Physical, Emotional and Mental harm.
  • Girls and boys with MHPSS needs have timely access to Mental Health and Psychosocial Support interventions and are equipped with the necessary coping skills.


  • Integrity
  • Accountability
  • Child friendliness
  • Professionalism

Areas of focus

  • Capacity building for parents and caregivers
  • Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy
  • Training, Capacity building and psychoeducation for adolescents and teenagers
  • Advocacy and SBCC for Child Development and Child-well being
  • Research and knowledge management.

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We are more than happy to give advice on which counselling is most suitable for your needs, depending on your problems. Why not ask us to view your problems and discuss for solution.

Psychosocial Support Matters

"Words of comfort skillfully administered are the oldest therapy known to man. ~Louis Nizer"

“Always remember that for every patient you see, you may be the only person in their life capable of hearing and holding their pain. If that’s not sacred, I don’t know what is.” - Unknown