She is a global affiliate of Work Place Options (United States and United Kingdom) and
provides Critical Incidence Stress Management (CISM) and other forms of employee assistance programs to corporate organizations worldwide. She has attended several local and international Continuous Professional Development Courses and Training Programmes. In recognition of her outstanding leadership and performance in the
field of mental health, she was selected for a Course on the Development of Leadership and Professional Skills for Young Psychiatrists in year 2011, a World Health Organization affiliated programme.
Dr. Kadiri’s knowledge in the field of psychiatry and psychology also provides her a sound
foundation for her teaching practice. She has facilitated the development of “School Based Mental Health Programmes” in some nursery/primary/secondary schools around the Lagos metropolis, as part of her community mental health advocacy activities. She is also involved in “Counseling Skills Training in Adolescent Sexuality and Reproductive Health” in secondary schools.
She has developed a strong practice in the area of Employee Assistance and Counseling
Programme (EAP). She is also experienced in consultations on employee performance problems, workplace interpersonal conflict management challenges, team building and other behavioral issues that have negative impacts on productivity.
She is a member of several professional organizations, including, Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Society of Occupational and Environmental Health Physicians of Nigeria (SOEHPON), American Psychiatric Association (APA), Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA), International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR), Medical Women Association of Nigeria (MWAN). Her driving force is to live, to learn and to impact generations positively. When not working as a Physician, she loves to tour the world, work on disruptive innovations and talk fashion.
Dr. Maymunah Kadiri is a trailbrazer, an innovator and she is married with three lovely children.
264 million people suffer from depression worldwide. It is a common mental disorder and a leading cause of disability. Inaccurate assessment and social stigma associated with mental disorders are barriers to effective care. (Source: WHO) This website provides the support, information, and resources to create awareness and end the stigma surrounding Mental Health in Nigeira.