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Over 25 internationally renowned experts will speak at the conference – giving delegates the chance to deepen their knowledge of current thinking and new research on street-connected children.

Meet international experts in: ending family violence, recovery from trauma and sexual abuse, missing children, reintegrating street-connected children, child development, clinical psychology, family therapy, arts therapy, and child protection.

Lilian J. Obonyo is a Senior Counsellor and a Child Therapist with vast experience spanning 14 years. Her career began as a clinical nurse, where she worked in the Ministry of Health for the Kenyan government. While there, she developed a passion in counselling. She then undertook a Bachelor’s degree in Counselling studies at the University of Manchester in the UK. Additionally, she holds: a higher diploma certificate in Counselling Psychology KAPC; a diploma in HIV Management from Kenyatta University, Amani Counselling Centre; a diploma in Trauma Management from WITS University; and a certificate in Expressive Art, Play, Drama and Music Therapy. She is involved in Harambee Arts Kenya programme at Langata Women’s Prison and works with children with Down’s syndrome and autism. She consulted for Feed the Children for five years and participates in several international programmes and conferences.

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