Caroline’s objectives and goals are to learn and understand behaviour through psychology and develop appropriate assessment strategies and intervention approaches based on specific children’s needs.
Caroline holds a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Education and Counseling and is currently completing a Master in Counseling, both from the Kenya Methodist University. Caroline is especially interested in giving significant educational milestones that have a developmental impact to children.
She has been actively engaged in mentorship and counseling programs involving children from preschool age to teenagers. Caroline is an accredited associate counselor under the Kenya counseling and psychological association.
Caroline found her experience with pre-schoolers extremely rewarding having had the chance to interact with children with learning difficulties under the umbrella of the Phil Academy group of schools in Kenya and the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
At TDCC, Caroline works closely with parents, educators, supervisors, specialists, and therapists in the implementation of IEPs, armed with bespoke evidenced-based interventions, Caroline finds an incredible space to share her classroom management strategies with fellow educators in supporting the welfare of children. Seeing children transition to mainstream schools, overcome challenges, and become independent is not only a reward for Caroline but brings her great joy and fulfilment.