Cathrine Mutisya

Dr. Catherine Syengo Mutisya is a consultant psychiatrist who holds a bachelor of medicine & a bachelor of surgery ( and a Masters degree in Medicine ( in Psychiatry from the University of Nairobi. She is the head of Substance abuse management at the Ministry of Health-Kenya and the founder and board member ofthe Nairobi Parenting Clinic Company limited & the Nairobi Mental Health Services medical centre.

She is also a member of the National Social Security Fund(N.S.S.F.) medical board and a member of the National Medical board Ministry of Health.

She was among the Kenya's Top 40 Under 40 Women 2014 who were nominated by the public (for having made significant achievements in the society and economy), chosen by a panel of judges and published in the Business Daily on June 20th 2014.

She is in the panel of AAR, Afrocentric Insurance, CIC insurance, Jubilee Insurance, U.A.P, A.P.A insurance, A.O.N. Kenya insurance brokers L.T.D.,Madison Insurance, Gateway Insurance, KRA, Post bank, N.S.S.F and Coptic Hospital among other companies

She also does consultancy work in various hospitals and companies including The Nairobi Hospital, Chiromo Lane Medical Centre, Avenue hospital, Coptic Hospital and Nairobi West Hospital among others.

She was previously the Deputy Medical Superitendent Mathari National Teaching & Referral Hospital, and a Director at Millenium Solutions Medical & Parenting Centre. She has also done consultancy work for the Centre for British Teachers (Through Afya Resources Associates) on teaching H.I.V and substance abuse in the Primary and Secondary School Action for Better Health (PASBH) programs sponsored by DFID and Transgender education and advocacy association.

She was also nominated as a prominent and influential woman in Kenya in the Top 40 under 40 series by the Business Daily in 2010.

She is greatly known for her health talks on Family media(T.V. and radio). NTV, K24,Citizen Tv,KTN,GBS TV, Family TV, Kiss T.V. Kass TV, Ebru Tv, Transworld Radio , Classic radio, Kiss radio, Nation Newspaper and The Star Newspaper.

She has worked with various medical associations and facilitated parenting classes at Brookhouse school, Oshwal Academy Nairobi, St. Austins Academy, Amicus School, All Saints Cathedral Primary School, Kestle Manor School, Rising stars kindergarten, My School (Montessori), Loreto Convent- Valley Road and Loreto Convent- Msongari.

Published "Psychiatric morbidity among sexually abused children and adolescents attending the Nairobi womens hospital" in the East Africa Medical Journal

Martin Mutisya

Mr. Martin Mutisya is a director at the Nairobi Parenting Clinic clinic.

He has a Bachelor of laws from the University Of Nairobi and a Diploma from Kenya School of Law

He is a member of the bar and has run his private practice for over 19 years and is a Certified Public Secretary,Commissioner for oaths,Notary Public and a Certified arbitrator

Winnie Kitetu

Mrs. Winnie Kitetu is a clinical psychologist.

She has a Masters in clinical psychology from the University Of Nairobi.

Msc. Clinical Psychology (U.O.N) B.A. Psychology (U.O.N)She is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist at Nairobi South Medical Centre and Coptic Hospital and an associate at Nairobi Mental Health Services.

She runs a private counselling clinic at KMA centre 3rd floor room 302 opposite Visa Place Upper hill. She is the Team Psychologist for Kenya Athletes 2011 and a Columnist on Wednesday Living Magazine Nation Newspaper on Relationships. She has a passion for counseling Youth and adolescents.

Angelica Wagwa

Mrs. Angelica Kokutona Wagwa is a clinical psychologist.

She has a Masters in clinical psychology from the University of Nairobi.Msc. Clinical Psychology (U.O.N) B.A. Psychology (U.O.N).

She is an associate associate at Nairobi Mental Health Services.

She runs a private practice at KMA centre 3rd floor room 302 opposite Visa Place Upper hill.

She is also a consultant Clinical Psychologist at the Kenyatta National Hospital - Mental Health department, in charge of child and adolescent services, Gender based violence services, adult and youth psychotherapies, trainings and disaster management.

Vivianne Matuku

Vivianne Ndono Matuku is a Project Manager at The Nairobi Parenting Clinic and Nairobi Mental Health Services .

She holds a (finance) degree from The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA).

She is pursuing a post graduate diploma in Project management at the Kenya Institute of Management (K.I.M)..

She possesses practical experience in project management, corporate finance and financial services, financial reporting, financial statements, client relations and strategic planning..

Mary Nzioki

Mary Nzioki-Mwamisi is a psychological counselor who has vast experience in counseling children.

She holds a Higher Diploma in Counseling Psychology from the Kenya Institute of Professional Counseling, has Training in Child Development (Daystar University), Training in Child Therapy (Amani Counselling Centre) and Early Childhood Development (Montessori System).

Mary has experience in one on one counseling of children, rescuing and integrating abused children back to the society, training younger counselors, research on child abuse and has provided telephone and online counseling for children and adolescents in Kenya.

Mary has worked with children all her career: She has worked with Childline Kenya, Joymereen Integrated School, Seven oaks Kindergarten and Kiuini Preparatory School. Put in a nutshell, Mary has crucial knowledge and understanding of children and child issues.

Josephine Kimaili

Mrs. Josephine .W. Kimaili is the secretary at the Nairobi Parenting Clinic and Nairobi Mental Health Services.


The Nairobi Parenting Clinic has its offices at the KMA CENTRE-3 RD FLOOR 302

It is at the junction of Mara Road and Chyulu road Nairobi.

Adjacent to the Nairobi Club Kenya, Upper Hill