Oluwafikayomi Opeyemi Banjo

Oluwafikayomi Opeyemi Banjo
Babcock University · Social Work and Human Services

Diploma, B.Ed, M.Ed and PhD ( Social Welfare)

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Introduction
Interested in psycho social issues affecting adolescents and women using various psychological techniques/theories at different developmental stages. Also, as a change agent (Social Worker cum Counselling Psychologist), I am using various intervention strategies to provide or advocate for and participate in educational trainings and researches that will advance cultural competence in my profession.
Additional affiliations
January 2007 - present
Babcock University
Position
  • Principal Counselling Psychologist
Education
September 2014 - May 2019
University of Ibadan
Field of study
  • Social Welfare

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Publications (8)
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The rate of suicide attempts among undergraduate students has increased drastically in Nigeria, thus this study assessed the psychological factors (depression, stress, anxiety and hopelessness) as determinants of suicidal ideations among undergraduate students in Lagos State, Nigeria. Descriptive survey design was adopted. A sample size of 396 resp...
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Oluwafikayomi Opeyemi Banjo, Kehinde Oluwaseun Kester Publication date 2021/6 Journal Journal of Humanities Therapy Volume 12 Issue 1 Pages 59-81 Description Cannabis is the most widely used illicit drug with higher abuse prevalence among undergraduates; which comes with adverse health and psychosocial consequences on the adolescents and the societ...
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Covid-19 has spread to almost every country. Like world war11 attack, this pandemic has already imprinted itself upon the nations psyche. Hence the study focused to examine the effect of coviD-19 on the psychosocial well-being of undergraduate. The study adopted a descriptive survey conducted on an online platform using a google form, a cloud base...
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Substance abuse among young adults is a major public health issue which can cause significant damage to their mental health. The screening, brief, interventions and referral to treatment (SBIRT) is a public health prevention tool used in identifying persons at risk of substance use and abuse. This study assessed the approach to screening, brief int...
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Globalization has impacted education around the world in many important ways either positively or in negative ways. Yet the term "globalization" is relatively new, and its meaning or nature, conceptualization, and impact remain essentially contested within the educational research community. In many countries there have been transformations of the...
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The study focused to examine assessment of social supports available for widows in churches,it adopted descriptive research survey method. The population for this study are widows in Seventh-Day Adventist and catholic churches located in Ikenne local government area in Ogun State Nigeria. The sample size was 300 (which is the total number of widows...
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Research into the myriad of factors that could promote mental well-being of young adults in the institution of higher learning would continue unabated as long as the subject matter, Risky behaviour remains potent to psychologists, mental health workers, and other significant care givers. This study evaluated the efficacy of psychotherapy and rehabi...
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Background: Babcock University, Nigeria, screened the students at the point of academic registration and implemented a co-curricular treatment programme for those with positive urine drug test. The aim of this study was to evaluate the immediate outcomes of the programme.

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To training undergraduates importance of EQ and Empathy.