Lekan Ojo-Okiji Abasi – HPD in Counselling, Registered MBACP
Community development worker and a Professional Counsellor, I genuinely care about the welfare and well being of people, and as part of my role, I want to support people to make a difference to their lives and well being at every opportunity, including in diversity and equality of opportunity.
I have worked with people providing one-to-one therapeutic counselling support, exploring issues that might be causing them problems or difficulties, such as:
– Depression, Anxiety, Low Self Esteem, Stress;
– Aggression, Anger management, Interpersonal Relationship;
– Bereavement and Loss;
– Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD).
My other key skills include: advocacy; Leadership; Management; Mediation; Mentoring; and Children & Youth Empowerment.
- CANs vision is to improve and enhance the quality of life for Black and Minority Ethnic individuals and communities through the provision of culturally sensitive or where possible common minority ethnic language.
- CANs exists to support and promote the mental health and emotional well-being of people from Black and Minority Ethnic communities through the provision of culturally appropriate or common minority ethnic language, high quality and accessible counselling service.
Zoe Gage & Stacey Wright have worked in association with CANs and Science Shop University of Ulster to develop this website.