Objectives of the Program

Contribute to the community by producing competent counselors who will enhance society’s wellbeing. Contribute to the professionalization of counseling practice in Kenya; Produce competent practitioners who will provide guidance to the youth and be able to help them deal in the challenges of growing up.

Enhance the skills of counseling practitioners in dealing with such social problems as substance abuse, teenage pregnancies, street children etc. Equip the learners with a knowledge base that afford them the skills, strategies and proficiencies necessary to bring the conflict resolution.

Units Offered
  • English I
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Computer Concepts
  • Professional Counseling
  • Personal Development
  • English II
  • Theories of Psychological Counseling
  • Practice of Counseling
  • Ethics/ Legal issues in Counseling
  • Communication Skills for Counselors Christian Ethics
  • Group Therapy
  • Research Methods
  • Psychological Testing and Assessment
  • Trauma, Loss and Grief Counseling
  • Counselors Supervision
  • Career Counseling
  • Counseling Practicum
Admission Requirements

Minimum KCSE grade of C- (Minus)
Or
3 credits in IGCSE or its equivalent.
Or
Minimum GPA of 2.3 from ANU Certificate

Duration of the Program
  • 4 Trimesters or 1 Year and 4 Months
Mode of Study

Regular

Part-Time Blended

Locations where the program is offered
  • Main Campus
  • Nairobi Campus
Next Intake
  • January
  • May
  • September
  • School Based – (April, August and November)
Fee Structure

Fee Structure- 2015 – Diplomas – Regular

School or Department which program is offered under

Counseling Psychology