Dr. David O. Igbokwe
B.Sc., Psychology [1st Class Hons]; M.Sc., Clinical Psychology [Distinction]; Ph.D., Clinical Psychology [Distinction]
Mental Health, Clinical, Media, Positive, and Economic Psychology, Indigenous (African) Psychotherapy, Western Psychotherapy, Psychodiagnosis, Psychopathology, Meditation, Peak Performance, Human Resource Development and Management.
Awards & Honours
STATE HONOURS AWARD from NYSC State Coordinator for establishing Reading Clubs
in Seven Secondary Schools in Okobo LGA, Akwa Ibom State. 
Best Graduating student in the Department of Psychology and the Faculty of
Social Sciences, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu 
Honors Roll, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu [2000 - 2003]
Honors Roll, Covenant University Ota [2007 - Date]
- Introduction to Psychology (PSY 111)
- Basic concepts in Experimental Psychology (PSY 123)
- Interpersonal Processes and Communication (PSY 125)
- General Experimental Psychology (PSY 225)
- Experimental Design (PSY 226)
- Abnormal Psychology 1 (PSY 311)
- Cognitive Psychology (PSY 313)
- Sensory Processes (PSY 315)
- Psychology of Adjustment (PSY 324)
- Current Issues in Psychology (PSY 424)
- Psychology of Vocational Behaviour (PSY 426)
- Research Project (PSY 428)
- Total Man Concept (TMC) Courses
- Certificate in Leadership Development and Diploma in Leadership Development courses
MASTERS CLASS TRAINING ON CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT
International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN)
23rd – 27th March, 2004.
Participated in the ISPCAN Masters Class Training on the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect at the 4th African Regional Conference on Child Trafficking: A challenge to Child protection in Africa. Nike Lake Resort, Protea Hotel, Enugu State, Nigeria. The training highlighted risk factors, current trends and treatment options and procedures for cases of child abuse and neglect. Exchanged ideas with experts on child abuse and neglect around the world who came for this international training.
SPECIAL TRAINING ON PSYCHODIAGNOSIS AND ASSESSMENT FOR MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONERS
Nigerian Association of Clinical Psychologists (NACP)
29th July – 2nd August, 2008
Participated in the Nigerian Association of Clinical Psychologist (NACP) 2008 Training workshop at the Annual scientific conference and workshop. Psychiatric Hospital Uselu, Benin City. The training highlighted current trends in psychological assessment, testing and diagnosis. Exchanged ideas with seasoned practitioners.
FIRST INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON GESTALT THERAPY IN NIGERIA
Gestalt Education Network International Alumni Association Nigeria
17 – 24th April, 2010
During the week-long intensive training , yoga, meridian tapping, principles and methods of gestalt therapy, theoretical underpinnings of gestalt therapy, gestalt individual and group therapy processes, group dynamics in gestalt therapy were highlighted. Gestalt principles were also explained and explored from the standpoint of Sphota, Ayurveda and Harmony Restoration Theory and Therapy.
WORKSHOP ON ALTERNATIVE RESEARCH PARADIGM AND INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE PROMOTION
Department of Psychology, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria
14th – 17th February, 2011
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION [INTERNATIONAL]
Professional Development Hours
Employee Assistance Professionals Association [EAPA] Into Nigeria Conference.
Hotel Bellissimo, Lekki Peninsula, Lagos
18th - 19th July, 2012.