Ms. Lillian Ankrah is the prolific art psychotherapist and owner of Creative Counseling Concepts. In this fascinating conversation, Ms. Ankrah exposes us to her work as she discusses the foundations and impact of trauma in the lives of individuals and families and emphasizes the existence, purpose and possibilities of healing spaces.
This is a discussion with Ms. Hollie Benincosa (Executive Director, Qualified Applied Behavior Analysis Credentialing Board - QABA), Mrs. Bosede Asikhia (President, Association of Behaviour Analysis in Nigeria), Dr. Usifo Edward Asikhia (Clinical Director, International Training Center for Applied Behaviour Analysis, Nigeria) & Mr. Segun Fatuase (Editor, Newsturf, Nigeria). Ohiro Oni-Eseleh explores with them the concept and practice of Applied Behavior Analysis & the credentialing process.
In this webinar, Bernadine Waller, a research scholar and clinician, & Michael Balles, a clinician, discuss the serious impact of intimate partner violence (IPV) on victims and society. The information that they provide in this webinar is invaluable. In the process, they challenge us to action on behalf of those among us who get hurt daily from this pandemic.
Dr. Matilda Isaac Mustapha, is a professor in the School of Business Administration & Management at Madonna University in Michigan, USA. This fascinating interview with Ohiro Oni-Eseleh focuses on her scholarship in the areas of leadership and workplace spirituality. She provides remarkable insights whose value and relevance extend beyond business organizations.
Ms. Oluyemi Orija (Managing Partner), Ms. Itunuoluwa Awolu (Associate & Counsel) & Ms. Hairat Suleiman (Associate & Counsel) meet with Ohiro Oni-Eseleh to discuss the work of Nigeria's Headfort Foundation. The Headfort Foundation is a nonprofit law outfit that represents indigent, wrongly incarcerated inmates and victims of police brutality in Nigeria. The Foundation does so without cost to the inmates and has since its inception in 2018 succeeded in securing the release of 121 inmates.
Dr. Laura Quiros and Dr. Matilda Isaac Mustapha were the panelists at this webinar with participants from 5 countries - United States, Canada, Nigeria, United Kingdom, and India. The panelists explored the concept and types of leadership, the current leadership challenges in organizations and society, and provided answers to some thought-provoking questions from participants while also raising some for us all to consider.
Dr. Joseph Unufegan, an International Development scholar based at the University of Toronto in Canada, joins Ohiro Oni-Eseleh in a conversation focused on poverty and discusses his scholarly work on poverty alleviation. That work includes an examination of Nigeria's poverty alleviation strategies to date. Dr. Unufegan lays out his findings on this subject and provides some thought-provoking recommendations that future policy makers would find invaluable.
Ms. Kate Ngbodi (Nurse Practitioner) & Ms. Golda Micah (Registered Nurse) discuss with Ohiro Oni-Eseleh the challenges that they and their healthcare professional colleagues are contending with as they battle to save the lives of patients in the era of the coronavirus.
In this conversation with Ohiro Oni-Eseleh, Kate Ngbodi, NP and Golda Micah, RN discuss their approach to selfcare amid the challenges of patient care in the era of the coronavirus.
Schanica Pickens is a university professor and Director of the Master of Social Work program at the American university where she works. In this meeting with Ohiro Oni-Eseleh, she discusses some of her experiences, including challenges, as a professor and as a highly placed black woman in higher education administration and in the broader American society. She also provides a significant amount of advice for young university students of any race who desire to be successful in academic life.
Professor Cynthia Swangin, a scholar of contemplative sciences, meets with Ohiro Oni-Eseleh to discuss the value of self-care. She highly recommends that we all commit to incorporating self-care into our lives, considering how active most of us are.
Sir Paul Inyang, Ms. Joyce Osibodu and Ms. Golda Micah discuss the nature and evolution of relations between African men and women. In the process, they discuss comparisons with Western cultures and make recommendations for healthier relationships between African men and women.
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