Counseling Psychologist, Counselor, Pastoral Counselor and Psychologist

(PhD)
Tunde Paul

Counseling Psychologist, Counselor, Pastoral Counselor and Psychologist

(PhD)

Growing up in a local environment, I discovered that people are going through a lot of personal and relationship crises. Unfortunately, they kept it to themselves. Children are being abused, exploited, and harassed, but they have no one to talk to. Students are having learning challenges, and teachers are not well trained to handle their challenges.

 

To give support to these people, I study educational psychology. I specialized in learning disabilities, family counselling, critical thinking, creativity, and personality traits.

 

I have a Master of Arts in Education (Educational Psychology). And I am presently studying for my PhD in the same field.

 

I am a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), the International Dyslexia Association, and other educational psychological associations.

 

I adopt several ranges of therapies such CBT, positive psychology, counselling techniques etc.

Practice Details
Session Fee
$30 USD
$45 AUD $41 CAD €28 EUR ₹2501 INR $50 NZD £24 GBP ₴1186 UAH $30 USD
Languages
English
Therapy Format
Individuals and Couples
Age
Preteens (11 to 13), Adolescents (14 to 19) and Adults (20 to 64)
Genders
Men and Women
Faith
Christianity, Islam and Nonreligious
Sexuality
Hetero and LGBTQ+
Communities
Open Relationships, Racial Justice Allied, Body Positivity and Veterans
Accepting clients
Online and In-person
Free Initial Consultation
Work & Education
Years in Practice
8 years
Education
  • Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. in 2016
Experience
  • Educational Psychologist - Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria (2014 - 2024)
Certificates
  • PhD in Educational Psychology certificate since 2024
  • Master of Arts in Educational Psychology certificate since 2016
Specialties
Christian Counselling
Coaching
Positive Psychology
Psychoeducation
Issues
Autism
Career Counseling
Child or Adolescent
Developmental Disorders
Emotional Disturbance
Intellectual Disability
Learning Disabilities
Narcissistic Personality
Spirituality
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