What Counselling is NOT

Hi there,

As we move further into May, I want to ensure you’re not missing out on our special edition of our Storytellers Powerhour Webinars.

So this Saturday, we have the honour of hosting a distinguished guest,

One of our esteemed alumni,

A professional Counselling Psychologist,

Gregory Mwaura,

Who will be sharing invaluable insights on a critical topic: “What Counseling Is NOT.”

Date: 25th May 2024

Time: 7:30PM

Platform: Google Meet

​So few minutes to the Powerhour, click here>​

Or Simply Search Google Meet in your favorite browser and enter this code: fia-ukzd-hbp

And you really don’t have to do this alone,

​Join Counsellors, Coaches and other fee for service professionals in Storytellers Powerhour WhatsApp Community here>​

Why You Shouldn’t Miss This Webinar:

Debunk Myths and Misconceptions:

Discover the common myths surrounding counselling,

And eliminate all chances of what Counselling is NOT.

And through that, you can clearly understand the reality of what counselling truly is.

This session aims to clear up any confusion out there.

And there’s a lot of it out there.

Expert Insights from a Counseling Psychologist:

Greg brings years of professional experience and knowledge.

As an alumni and a practicing counseling psychologist,

Greg will offer a unique perspective that combines academic rigor with real-world application.

Learn from his expertise and get answers to your most pressing questions about mental health and counselling.

Empower Yourself and Others:

You see, Knowledge is power.

You don’t know what you don’t know,

And simply put, what you don’t know will cost you…

By attending this webinar, you’ll gain the tools and understanding needed to support yourself and others in their mental health journey.

Whether you’re a student, a professional, or someone interested in mental health…

This webinar will provide you with actionable insights to make a positive impact.

Seats are limited, so don’t miss your chance to be part of this enlightening session.

I’ll see you LIVE

So make sure to dress well as if you’re going on a date.

Micah Langat

PS: Let’s come together to promote mental health awareness and empower our community with the right knowledge.

​Meanwhile, here’s a quick link to see if you’d want to explore something exciting this June>​

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