The KCA board is appreciative of the work you've been carrying out in meeting the psychological needs of your population and popularising counselling and psychotherapy in this country.
The board has achieved the following milestones: a new the website development, crafting a KCA policy, publishing a finance and procurement manual, ongoing counselling diploma with KIE, and an on going process of counselling and psychotherapy act. Thank you for your input towards these achievements.
- To promote the understanding and awareness of professional counselling throughout the society.
- To educate people in Kenya about the importance of counselling in the maintenance of psycho-social and psycho-spiritual health.
- To represent the counselling profession at a national level and provide links with associations at an international levelTo establish an accreditation scheme for counsellors/supervisors.
- To develop, publish and supervse a code of ethics for the counselling profession.
- To provide professional help for counsellors
- To establish a referral directory of accredited counsellors and counselling agencies.
- To work for the maintenance and improvement of standards of counselling, training and practice.
This categorization, is meant to encourage KCA members to practice counselling log in appropriately, work under supervision and move from one status to another, without wanting to ‘jump’.
The accreditation may also accept a letter from training institution indicating full completion of a course, awaiting graduation before and