Moses Mwai Kiragu, is the Turkana University College Counselor. He holds a Diploma in Philosophy,Bachelor of Arts in Theology and a Masters of Arts in Psychology. He offers students and staff psycho-social support, individual and group counseling.
Mr. Mwai is a fellow of the Organization of Professional Chaplains of Eastern Africa (OPCEA), and has worked in numerous positions within Kenya and Uganda, as: A Qualified and certified chaplain by the Organization of Professional Chaplains of Eastern Africa (OPCEA) for training in Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Levels 1, 2, and 3, and has written a paper on “The effect of illness in the family, a case study in Maracha hospital – Uganda”.
TUC Counsellor, Mr. Mwai is also a consultant counseling psychologist having a foundation in Philosophy, Theology, and Counseling Psychology at Master level. He has written examinable material like “the role of pastoral counseling in creating self-awareness as a means towards true intimacy” and “the comorbidity of posttraumatic stress disorder and alcohol dependence, among the Kikuyu victims of the post election violence.”