I am Millicent Obodai. Currently a student of the University of the West of England and studying MSc Occupational Psychology. Millicent offered BSc Psychology at the University of Cape Coast (2014–2018) and earned her degree in 2018 with a second class upper division. She afterwards worked as a teaching assistant at the university’s department of education and psychology. Following her national service, Millicent enrolled at the University of Cape Coast in 2019–2021 to begin her Master’s degree program in Clinical Health Psychology. She is awaiting graduation after successfully defending her thesis. She also worked as a clinical health psychologist intern at the 37 Military Hospital (Accra).
Millicent has completed an internship at three different facilities, including the Tema General Hospital, Lekma Hospital and the 37 Military hospital. Her research interest includes the biopsychosocial-spiritual model of health, chronic illness/disease, maternal health and wellbeing, quality of life, work-life balance and work-family conflict, leadership and teamwork, motivation and job satisfaction.
Millicent has received lots of honors and funding. Some include, but are not limited to: a one-day workshop on qualitative and quantitative research design (Assistant facilitator), a one-day research seminar hosted by T-Tel, positive psychology and finding purpose in life (cousera), organizational behavior, leadership and team performance (cousera), the Samuel and Emelia Brew Butler Research Grant, scholarship for the Ghana secretariat scholarship program and the University of the West of England.