Faith Mulungi

She is clinical psychologist that specializes in marginalized groups of people. Her recent work involves cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with refugees from South Sudan, war and torture victims and the LGBTQ community. Faith has a passion for research in depressive disorders and ethical issues in therapy. She is an advocate for the inclusion harm reduction skills in mental health and has written about practicing empathy in harm reduction.

Faith enjoys field travels and community based work. Besides her work, she is involved in landscaping, beading and making art paintings.


Clinical Psychology Researcher


B. Arts Social Sciences, M. Sc. Clinical psychology

Research areas

Prenatal depression among expectant women in Kampala


Makerere University Kampala