HARRIET AFRIYIE-ADJIMI

GHANA

HARRIET IS A COUNSELLOR WITH OVER FIFTEEN YEARS OF EXPERIENCE PROVIDING COMPREHENSIVE AND PROACTIVE COUNSELLING SERVICE TO THE YOUTH TO PROMOTE THEIR EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND RESILIENCE. ADDITIONALLY, SHE IS A HEALTH AND WELLNESS CONSULTANT, WITH THREE YEARS’ EXPERIENCE COORDINATING AND MANAGING WELLNESS EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR CORPORATE BODIES AND INDIVIDUALS. SHE IS SKILLED IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH, AS WELL AS SUPPORTING THE PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF WORKSHOPS AND TRAINING SESSIONS. CURRENTLY, SHE IS A COUNSELLOR AT MCFSP AT KNUST SECRETARIAT, WHERE SHE COUNSELS STUDENTS REGARDING ACADEMIC, EDUCATIONAL, SOCIAL, AND EMOTIONAL ISSUES. SHE IS ALSO A COUNSELLOR WITH GRACEFIELDS CHAPEL. PRIOR TO MCFSP AT KNUST, HARRIET WAS THE CEO OF SOLU-MAX HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER. SHE HOLDS AN MBA IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT AND CONSULTING FROM THE KNUST SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MA IN GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST. SHE WILL SOON COMPLETE AN MPHIL IN GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING IN THE SAME INSTITUTION, WITH THE AIM OF PURSUING A PHD.

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