GRACE ROBINAH ONYANGO is a Child Protection and Psychosocial Support Specialist and a member of Uganda Counseling Association, currently, she is a Lecturer at Kampala International University from August 2012 to date and a part-time trainer at East African Institute of Professional Counseling Institute from 2015- to date, before she worked with World Vision as Psychosocial Specialist.
She holds a Masters in Counseling Psychology, a bachelor of arts in Psychology both from United States International University and a diploma in librarianship from Makerere University. She attended a number of professional courses like Crisis Intervention (2005), International Critical Incident Stress Foundation Australia, Group Interpersonal Psychotherapy (2005), Columbia University Interpersonal Psychotherapy Trainers, Project Design and Management (2003), Uganda Management Institute and Advanced Christian Leadership Training (1986), Haggai Institute Singapore Leadership Training.
She has two publications namely, Handbook on Participatory Methods for Community-Based Projects. Onyango, G and Worthen M. 2010, Spirituality and Psychosocial work in emergencies: four commentaries and a response. Intervention Journal. March 2011 vol.9 P.61-73.
Grace is a Board Member of Regional Psychosocial Support Initiatives (REPSSI), Member of the Psychosocial Working Group, Member of World Vision Global Staff Care Advisory Committee, Member of the Kenya Psychologists Association and a Member of the Uganda Counseling Association.