Psycho-social advisor & Counselor
Lincoln Ndogoni is a Relaxed Psycho-social advisor & Counselor. He has Provided Counseling Services to individuals, families and groups globally -(Face to Face & ONLINE). He believes that clients support and care is first priority. He specializes in management of Traumatic Experiences, Depression, Minimization of Emotional Distress/ Pain and Improved Functional Capacity using a clients internal resources.
In collaboration with Universities such as Johns Hopkins, Colombia & Nairobi, he has over the last 25 years spearheaded the development of evidence based culturally appropriate Psychosocial treatment interventions in Africa. He has Designed , Trained , Implemented and Managed MHPSS & Staff Support Programs for NGOS, UN Agencies and Private sector in several countries including Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, DRC, Somalia, Sudan, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mauritania, South Africa, Zambia, Malawi, Swaziland, Lesotho, Sri lanka and Lebanon.
He holds an M.A (Community Development) & Higher Diploma, Counseling Psychology.
He is also proficient in:
Eunice Gachura is an associate psychologist with Psychosocial Support Centre. She graduated from Oxford Brookes University with an Msc in Psychology Over the course of her career, she has gained considerable expertise in setting, organising and running community programmes aimed at young people aged between 11 and 25. Through these programmes, She has helped young people to explore and understand their ideas, values and beliefs, building their confidence and life skills so that they can make a successful transition to adulthood.
She provides counselling services specifically for children and youth and also provides skill-based training, psycho-education and capacity-building in schools churches and communities.
Personal Financial Management Trainer & Coach
Financial management is a critical service for most people – during therapy/counseling
Dr. Beth is the Personal Financial Management Trainer & Retirement Preparation Coach – Psychosocial Support Centre. She is also an entrepreneurship development expert with over 17 years’ progressive experience designing and implementing personal Financial Management and entrepreneurship programmes and working with people to help them manage their finances better or manage their business in a sustainable manner . She also has valuable experience in stakeholder/partnership management, programme management, capacity building and programme coordination.
Dr. Beth holds a PhD in Entrepreneurship from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), is a Certified Start & Improve Your Business (SIYB) Trainer by International Labour Organization (ILO) and has a certificate by Harvard Business School on Entrepreneurship for emerging economies. In addition, Dr. Beth is also a Lead Trainer for Women in Digital Business at International Centre at the International Labour Organization (ITCILO). She is passionate about developing and implementing Personal Financial Management, Entrepreneurship Development and Life Skills Programmes for individuals and staff in organizations.
IT Support & Communications Officer
Kenneth Kinyanjui is an IT professional currently working as the IT Support and Communications Officer at Psychosocial Support Center. He is experienced with technical computing work as well as creative assignments.
He has also facilitated youth based programs focused on mental health awareness and written blogs on the subject He graduated from Africa Digital Media with a Diploma in Film and Television production and is a published author. He handles the camera word and video recordings for the company. My goal as a creative, is to master skills relevant to today’s competitive creative industry as well as tell stories that capture the hearts and minds of anyone who comes across them.
Psychologist & Trainer
An experienced counseling psychologist and a trainer, who has offered counseling and training services for diverse individuals: in health facilities, at schools, in counseling and consultancy institution and in different forums. She also has exposure and competence in office administration, project managements, Data collection, and translation of documents, report writing and coaching.
Being a youth, she is passionate about working with young people of whom she enjoy offering counseling and trainings in life skills and Business with the aim of positively equipping them with resilience to cope with emerging and transitional life challenges. She also is open to listen, support and walk with all types of people, in need of psychosocial support. Some organizations she has worked in/with include: Kenyatta Hospital, Street Families Rehabilitation Trust Fund, PLAN international, PAN, World Vision, and Aayden.
"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