Counselling Centre hosts Open Week for students

By Lucy Kung’u

The Counselling Centre this week concluded its Open Week, where it gave over 200 members from the student, staff and faculty body a chance to interact directly with the counseling center staff in an informal setting to demystify some of the stigma and negative assumptions about counseling services.

Participants were treated to different activities among them art therapy, interpersonal and personal development exercises, personality and perception tests, stress relief and relaxation activities and were given brochures with information on different life skills and on sexual and reproductive health.

The Counseling center also partnered with the Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health (TICAH), a Non-Governmental Organization that helped peer educators and counselors reach out to fellow students in different parts of campus with messages on responsible sexual behavior, especially in this Valentine’s season.

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