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My name is Kevin Ufoegbune. My practice of affordable counselling and life coaching is dedicated particularly to underserved BIPOC community Members and I have an interest in working with Black Men from all backgrounds. My expertise also includes assisting clients in finding their voice and overcoming life adversities. My strong values of integrity, respect, cultural sensitivity, and empathy allow me to practice effectively with unique populations.
I have been a social worker for almost ten years, and an educator for over five years based in Toronto, Canada. In 2016, the television program I co-created and co-produced called Flavours of Africa debuted on OMNI Television (Rogers). As a Nigerian-Canadian scholar, I am undertaking my PhD as a doctoral candidate at the University of Toronto (OISE) within the department of Curriculum Teaching and Learning and I am exploring the relationship between parenting and the academic successes and struggles of 2nd generation African men in Canada.
My sincere devotion to my community, skills and qualifications certainly inform my daily practice as a life coach. I look forward to working with you to help you solve issues, work through hurt, pain and trauma and plan for a better tomorrow as your life coach. Please contact me for a free consultation.
City of Toronto (Black Staff Network) – Celebrating Black Joy: Mental Health & Wellness
Flavours of Africa
Ryerson University (BIPOC Students’ Collective, Ryerson Students’ Union and Shift) – Destigmatizing Black Mental Health
TD Bank Group
University of Toronto (Women and Gender Studies Graduate Student Union) – Speaking to Power