who we are


We facilitate safe learning spaces

Learning is best accomplished in dynamic spaces where learners and facilitators meet as equals to create change. Wellness is committed to making such spaces possible for the people we come into contact with. We do this for everyone but are especially interested in spaces for young people to take an active lead in the development of their own wellbeing.

Our Values

  1. Empathy:
    We seek to understand and share the feelings of others.
  2. Integrity:
    We are truthful and honest at all levels. We see and interact with the world as it really is.
  3. Passion:
    We are individuals who are passionate about the wellbeing of others.
  4. Teamwork:
    We work together to improve mental wellbeing with all willing partners for all.
  5. Respect:
    We value every individual’s being and ideals.

— Our Mission

To provide superior quality psychological services to the East African Community ensuring that individuals live fulfilling lives through better wellbeing.

— Our Vision

To have a footprint on the mental health landscape of East Africa.

— Our Story

Wellness Psychological Services (Wellness) is the brainchild of young psychologists who found that the biggest barrier to Ugandan’s help-seeking is stigma and a lack of knowledge about mental health.
As a result, Wellness seeks to increase our community’s understanding of mental health especially mental health literacy and mental health help-seeking behaviour. Our hope is to be part of an East Africa that is more inclusive and better able to support people’s mental health and wellbeing.


Zenah Nantumbwe Nsereko


Zenah is a clinical psychologist, and has experience working on various projects which promote mental health well-being in a myriad of roles. She is a co creator of a Child Mental Health Awareness school program (The Wellness Project), and is currently a project coordinator, trainer and facilitates program
mental health interactive sessions for students, teachers and administrators.

She also provides psychotherapy on individual, group and family level within the community. This experience has given her expertise in project implementation, coordination, training, assessments, administration, and research tool development.
With a Bachelors degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Makerere University (MAK) and a Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from the same University (MAK).

Zenah has a multifaceted educational background that lends strength to her ability to solve mental health problems, and improve the quality of life of communities and organizations. Zenah is passionate about child and youth mental health, mental health awareness, emotional health and the overall well-being of communities.

Yvonne Zabu


Yvonne is a trained clinical psychologist with a demonstrated history of working in the mental health care industry in both therapeutic and research settings. She is skilled in psychotherapy, research & data analysis, training, and strategic planning, coordination & implementation.

Yvonne’s education includes a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Nelson Mandela University (NMU), and a Bachelors of Social Sciences (Honours) in Psychology from the University of Cape Town (UCT). She is currently in the process of completing her Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology from Makerere University (MAK).

Yvonne has a passion for young people. The bulk of her work focuses on improving the wellbeing of adolescents and young adults through interventions that improve the wellbeing of, young people as individuals their, caregivers, and their communities.


"The well-being and welfare of children should always be our focus."

- Todd Tight -