Family and couple therapy training and war victims with missing relatives in northern Uganda

During my internship period, from February until June, in Uganda I was privileged to be able to be part of the team Centre for Children in Vulnerable Situations (CCVS) amidst the pandemic that was affecting not only the clients but also my colleagues. Not so many students were able to do the internship programs abroadContinue reading “Family and couple therapy training and war victims with missing relatives in northern Uganda”

My journey so far in Uganda

Hey everyone! The long silence is broken out! Due to my busy schedule I was not able to be consistent with my blog. It took me a while for me to sit down and start writing… I have a lot of catching up to do regarding my updates of my journey. It is really gettingContinue reading “My journey so far in Uganda”

Visiting friends in Kampala

From February 13 to 15, I took an extended weekend to visit my fellow students/friends who are doing internships in Kampala. It was a very fun and interesting experience. I stayed in their guesthouse, although the room was small (even for 2 people), they added an extra mattress for me as the third person toContinue reading “Visiting friends in Kampala”

My 2 weeks of my internship in Lira

1st week It has been more than two weeks that I have been staying in Lira. For the first two days after arriving in Lira, I did not feel 100% well. This is due to the distance I traveled by car, the holes in the road and the change in weather, which made my bodyContinue reading “My 2 weeks of my internship in Lira”

One week quarantine in Uganda

My first week in Uganda was very exciting. I have to say that there were especially tense and stressful moments about the housing arrangements for my stay in Lira, where my internship takes place. My fellow students and I all arrived safely around midnight on the 24th of January in Entebbe. It’s nice to travelContinue reading “One week quarantine in Uganda”