Resilient, caring, warm & hopeful.
I am resilient enough to see another day of life despite of what life at times threw at me. It’s only through resilience and being reminded of the sense of both family and community belonging around; that keeps me anchored in most of the challenging moments I have faced and endured. Although life obstacles and change are not my forte, the choice remains; what you or me do with life lemons matters – be it squeezing the juice out those lemons or throwing them around.
It’s been and will always be my privilege to journeying with countless individuals, be it through a one-on-one conversation, therapeutic relationship or corporate wellness and staff training at your organization; wherever you may be both locally and globally. It is through your genuine, encouraging sharing and courageous vulnerability that inspires me to caring and being the professional I am and becoming everyday.
We are in this together – life. As the saying goes, my hope remains that; together we are stronger and shall we continue to overcome – the obstacles of our lives and times; the challenges we are faced but more importantly, the strengths which reside in the uniqueness of each and everyone.
A Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO), a member with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT); a member of the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT). My work is integrative of a variety a research-validated approaches such as Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Brief Solution Focused Therapy (BSFT) as well as exploring meaning of life's phenomenological events such as trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. As a Mental health wellness and clinical psychotherapist, my work experiences include working in organizations such as Michael Garron Hospital, formerly known as Toronto East General Hospital WMS, Toronto District School Board; City of Toronto, The Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW), Toronto District School Board (TDSB), Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP) The Royal Canadian Yacht Club before serving as current clinical director at Toronto East Psychotherapy.
Noah was born and raised in Uganda, right before the fall of Idi Amin. Grew up in a war-torn zone in Uganda, confronted with family challenges such as trauma, domestic violence and addiction within his family of origin. Noah’s life ambition is to educate, empower and inspire the workforce, strengthen communities, nurture relationships therapeutically and walk alongside individuals; couples and families faced with life obstacles on their journey to increased life satisfaction and wellness.
Formerly competed on the Uganda national swim team at the World swimming championships, a former Air traffic controller; trained in flight operations at Jeppesen Academy in Frankfurt – Germany.
“Life is a journey, meant to be shared no matter what stage or circumstances.”
Far far away, behind the word, far from the countries.
Corporate Training & Workplace Wellness Training
Corporate & workplace wellness training
Stress in the workplace control
Healthcare & frontline staff training
Work-related stress & anger management
Transitions (self, family, work, community and organizational change)
Conflict resolution & mediation
Collaboration, leadership training & team building
Life & career coaching
Workplace trauma & PTSD
Mental health awareness & wellness
Suicide Prevention in the workplace
Forgiveness & restoration
Over decades, Noah has been focal about speaking and engaging communities on issues impacting people on all levels; both locally and globally. From wellness issues in the workplace and safety in healthcare settings to Mental health awareness and wellness; to Suicide prevention advocacy and food security initiatives http://www.caspconference.com/speaker/noah-mugenyi/.
From equality and embracing humanity in the rural villages of Uganda to addressing long-term effects of trauma/PTSD and domestic violence in Ontario. Noah has been and actively engaged in crucial and important issues such as forgiveness and restoration collaborations in various parts of North America such as in Manitoba, Iqaluit - Nunavut and within the East African community; strengthening communities and empowering the young generation as well as fostering a community spirit.CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION
Corporate Training & Workplace Wellness Training
Inspire | Educate | Empower | Nurture Relationships | Communicate | Collaborate | Workplace Wellness | Corporate Wellness Training | Healthcare & Frontline Staff Wellness Training | Stress Control | Conflict Mediation & Anger Management| Work Transitions | Motivation | Leadership Training | Life & Career Goals
Communicator to multi-generational workforce
Engaging communities in important conversations
Strengthening corporate relations & customer satisfaction
Addressing stress, conflict and mediation in the workplace
Empowering workforce’s Mental health & wellness
Fostering and planning for retirement: A Psychological process