Dr. Chinonyelum Nwamaka Onyechi.

Department: Educational Foundations
Faculty: Education
Designation : Senior Lecturer
Email: kay.onyechi@unn.edu.ng
Phone: 08063288708


Publications (Articles and Journals):

LIST OF RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

1. Onyechi, K.C.N., Eseadi, C., Okere, A. U. & Otu, M.O. (2016). Effects of Rational-Emotive Health Education Program on HIV risk perceptions among in-school adolescents in Nigeria. Medicine, 95(29): e3967. Website: http://journals.lww.com/md-journal/Pages/default.aspx.

2. Onyechi, K.C.N., Eseadi, C., Okere, A.U., Onuigbo, L.N., Umoke, P.C.I., Anyaegbunam, N.J., Otu, M.S. &Ugorji, N.J. (2016). Effects of cognitive behavioral coaching on depressive symptoms in a sample of type 2 diabetic inpatients in Nigeria. Medicine, 95(31): e4444. Website: http://journals.lww.com/md-journal/Pages/default.aspx. 

3. Onyechi, K.C.N.,Otu, M.S., Eseadi, C., Ofem, E.O. (2016).  Effects of Group-Focused Counseling on Stealing and Kleptomania in a Sample of Nigerian Subjects. The Social Sciences,11(6),1056 1062.http://www.medwelljournals.com/journalhome.php?jid=1818 5800.

4. Onyechi, K.C.N., Eseadi, C., Okere, A.U., & Otu, M.S. (2016). Rational living with fishing and fish consumption as predictors of mental wellbeing among recreational fishermen and community-dwelling adults in Nigeria. Research Journal of Fisheries and Hydrobiology, 11(1): 1-7. http://www.aensiweb.com/JASA/. Thomson Reuters’ ISI Web of Science: http://ip-science.thomsonreuters.com/cgi-bin/jrnlst/jlresults.cgi?PC=MASTER&ISSN=1816-9112

5. Onyechi, K.C.N., Okere, A.U., Eseadi, C., & Otu, M.S. (2016). A focus on hospice care issues: A call to action of professional counsellors in Nigeria. Research Journal of Medical Sciences, 10(6), 593-595. ISSN:18159346, 19936095. http://www.medwelljournals.com/journalhome.php?jid=1815-9346.

6. Onyechi, K.C.N., Eseadi, C., Okere, A.U., & Otu, M.S. (2016). Understanding Bereavement Counselling: A Panacea for Successful Counselling with Bereaved Clients in Nigerian Setting. Research Journal of Medical Sciences, 10(6), 596-603. ISSN:18159346, 19936095. 

http://www.medwelljournals.com/journalhome.php?jid=1815-9346.

7. Onyechi, K.C.N., Okere, A.U., Eseadi, C., &Otu, M.S. (2016). Prison Counselling as Panacea for National Integration of Incarcerated Youths. International Business Management, 10(18), 4318-4323. ISSN:19935250 http://www.medwelljournals.com/journalhome.php?jid=1993-5250.

8. Onyechi, K.C.N., Okere, A.U., & Otu, M.S. (2016). Relationship between Born Againism and Academic Pursuit among Undergraduate Students in South-East Nigeria: Implications for Counselling. International Business Management, 10(18), 4313-4317. ISSN: 19935250 http://www.medwelljournals.com/journalhome.php?jid=1993-5250.

9. Onyechi, K.C.N., Eseadi, C., Ugwuozor, F.O., Omeje, J.C., &Ngwoke, D.U. (2016). Probable Psychological Impacts of Environmental Pollution (Oil Spills) in the Coastal Areas of the Niger Delta of Nigeria: a Philosophical Discourse. American-Eurasian Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, 16 (2), 374-379. http://www.idosi.org/aejaes/online.htm

10. Onyechi, K.C.N., Eseadi, C., Okere, A.U., &Otu, M.S. (2016). Increasing Students’ Perceptions, Awareness and Engagement in Erosion Control Tasks: The Relative Efficacy of Cognitive-Behavioral Environmental Health Counseling Program. American-Eurasian Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, 16(2), 312-319. http://www.idosi.org/aejaes/online.htm

11. Okere, A.U, Onyechi, K.C.N., Eseadi, C., Obikwelu, C.L., Ede. M.O., Chinweuba, N.H., &Ugorji, N.J. (2016). Understanding Emotional Intelligence in the context of Adolescence Development. European Journal of Scientific Research, 141(1), 93-102. Website: http://www.europeanjournalofscientificresearch.com/

12. Okere, A.U., Onyechi, K.C.N., Ede, M.O., Eseadi, C., Chinweuba, N.H., &Ugorji, N.J. (2016). Family Stability and Spiritual Lukewarmness: Implication for Counselling. European Journal of Scientific Research, 141(1), 103-107. Website:http://www.europeanjournalofscientificresearch.com/

13. Okere, A.U, Onyechi, K.C.N., Eseadi, C., Onuorah, A., Ncheke, D.C., Ogbuabor, S.E., Uzodimma, U.E., Ogidi, C.I., & Okoro, N.O. (2016). Influence of counsellors in the promotion of educational activities of pupils in primary schools in Anambra State, Nigeria. European Journal of Social Sciences, 53(1), 6-16. ISSN: 14502267. http://www.europeanjournalofsocialsciences.com/

14. Okere, A.U, Oboegbulem, A.I., Onyechi, K.C.N., Ihuarulam, M.O., Nwaubani, O.O., Edikpa, E.C., & Utoh-Ofong, A.N. (2016). Management strategies of conflict between academic and non-academic staff of federal universities in South East, Nigeria. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, 89, 60-80. ISSN:14502275. Website: http://www.europeanjournalofeconomicsfinanceandadministrativesciences.com/

15. Ezeugwu, J.O., Okere, A.U., Onyechi, K.C.N.,Ikechukwu-Ilomuanya, A.B., Chinweuba, N.H., Nwosu, A.F., & Okafor, A.I. (2016). Effect of Constructivist Instructional Model on Students’ Achievement and Interest in Integrated Science in Enugu State. Transylvanian Review, 24(7), 899-904. ISSN: 15849422, 12211249.http://transylvanianreview.org/index.php/Trr.

16. Ezeugwu, J.O., Onyechi, K.C.N., Okere, A.U., Chinweuba, N.H., & Ali, L.N. (2016). Effect of Slide Game on Student’s Achievements and Interest in Algebraic Concepts. Transylvanian Review, 24(7), 886-895. ISSN: 15849422, 12211249. Online Submission System: http://transylvanianreview.org/index.php/Trr. 

17. Ezeugwu, J.J.O., Chukwura, U.A., Ani, N.R., Okere, A.U., Onyechi, K.C., & Igbokwe, C.C. (2016). Pattern of Suicide in Enugu State Nigeria from 1994-2014: A review of official documents. Transylvanian Review, 24(8), 1209-1213. ISSN: 15849422, 12211249. Online Submission System: http://transylvanianreview.org/index.php/Trr. 

18. Ezeugwu, J.O., Onyechi, K.C., Nji, G.C., Anyaegbunam, N.J. & Abbah, B.A. (2016). Effects of Recount Game on Pupils’ Achievements and Interest in Number and Numeration in Primary Schools in Kogi State. European Journal of Scientific Research, 141(1), 306-324. ISSN:1450202X, 1450216X. Website:

                    http://www.europeanjournalofscientificresearch.com/

19. Onyechi, K.C.N.,Onuigbo, L.N., Eseadi, C., Ikechukwu-Ilomuanya, A.B., Nwaubani, O.O.,Umoke, P.C.I., Agu, F.U., Otu, M.S., Utoh-Ofong, A.N. (2016). Effects of Rational-Emotive Hospice Care Therapy on Problematic Assumptions, Death Anxiety and Psychological Distress in a Sample of Cancer Patients and their Family Caregivers in Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health,13(9), 929;doi:10.3390/ijerph13090929. ISSN: 1660-4601 Website: http://www.mdpi.com/journal/ijerph. 

20. Onyechi, K.C.N., Eseadi, C. Umoke, P.C.I, Ikechukwu-Ilomuanya, A.B., Otu, M.S., Obidoa, J.C., Agu, F.U., Nwaubani, O.O., Utoh-Ofong, A.N., Ncheke, C.D., & Ugwuozor, F.O. (2017). Effects of a Group-focused Cognitive Behavioural Health Education Program on Cigarette Smoking in a Sample of Nigerian Prisoners. Medicine, 96(1): e5158. Website: http://journals.lww.com/md-journal/Pages/default.aspx. 

21. Ikechukwu-Ilomuanya, A.B., Onyechi, K.C.&Onwuasoanya, P.N. (2016). Team approach Peace Education Counselling in Secondary Schools as an Enzyme for National Peace Building. The Counsellor, 35(1 & 2), 134-146.

22. Onyechi, K.C., Obi, I.E. &Obikeze, N. (2016) Self-esteem, gender and religious affiliation as predictors of aggression among adolescents in Anambra state. Ideal Journal of Education and Policy Studies, 2(1) 34-39.

23. Ikechukwu-Ilomuanya, A.B. &Onyechi, K.C. (2015). Peer facilitation as a catalyst for peace Education counselling in Secondary Schools in Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Research (INJER), 14(3), 128-147.

24. Ezeibe, A.B.C., Onyechi K.C.N & Okide, C.C. (2015). Analysis of gender contributions in Sweet Potato production in Enugu state, Nigeria. European Journal of Social Sciences, 49 (4), 426-437.

25. Umeifekwem, J. E. & Onyechi, K. C. (2015). Perceived physical activity benefits by University Staff in South-Eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Human Kinetics, Health and Education (IJoHKHE), 1, 20-25.

26. Eskay, M., Umeifekwem, J.E., & Onyechi, K.C. (2014). Provision and maintenance of quality education for learners with special needs in Nigerian inclusive schools. International Journal of Scientific Research, 3 (10), 144 - 146

27. Eskay, M., Umeifekwem, J.E., &Onyechi, K.C. (2014). Cultural disability in Nigerian society. International Journal of Scientific Research, 3 (10) 139-143 

28. Umeifekwem, J.E., & Onyechi, K.C. (2014). Assessment of Physical Activity (PA) Readiness and Participation among Staff in Nigerian Universities. Journal of Education and Practice,5 (27) 122 – 128.

29. Anyaegbunam, N.J.,Okere, A. U. & Onyechi, K. C. (2014). Effect of Constructivist Theatre Instruction (CTI) on secondary schools’ knowledge of HIV and AIDS. International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Sciences, 7 (1) 210 – 220.

30. Onyechi, K. C., Okere, A. U. & Anyaegbunam, N. J. (2014). Parental perception of sexuality education of adolescents in secondary schools in Enugu State. International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Sciences, 7(2) 231 -239.

31. Obidoa, M. A., Onyechi, K. C. & Okere, A. U., (2013). Examination malpractice and control in public secondary schools in Anambra State Nigeria. Implication for the counsellor. Journal of Education and Practice, 4 (28) 69 – 73.

32. Okere, A. U., Obidoa, M. A., & Onyechi, K. C. (2013). Knowledge and use of birth control and contraception methods for family planning in Enugu State, Nigeria: The counsellors’ role. International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Sciences, 6 355 – 362.

33. Nwosu, M.F.N., Obidoa, M. A. & Onyechi, K. C.  (2013). Coping strategies of teenagers with bereavement of parent in Nnewi Anambra State Nigeria. Developing Country Studies, 3 (14) 27 – 32.

34. Obikeze, N., & Onyechi, K. C. (2013). Perception of guidance and counsellors on the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in Anambra state. ANSU Journal of Educational Research (ANSUJER), 1 (1) 33 – 41.

35. Nwosu, M. N., Onyechi, K. C., & Obidoa, M. A. (2013). Emotional strategies for coping with bereavement of parent by teenagers in Nnewi, Anambra State of Nigeria. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 3 (18) 107 – 112.

36. Onyechi, K. C. & Okere, A. U. (2012). Information services in counselling and curriculum transformation in information communication technology (ICT). International Journal of Educational Research (INJER), 12 (1) 79-85.

37. Onyechi, K. C. & Obikeze, N. (2012). Strategies for achieving best practices among counsellors in Anambra State secondary schools. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 9 (3) 41 – 488.

38. Obikeze, N. & Onyechi, K. C. (2011). Alleviating poverty in Nigeria through entrepreneurship education: Implication for counselling. Ebonyi State University Journal of Arts and Social Science Education, 2 (1) 7 – 16.

39. Onyechi, K. C. & Obikeze, N. (2011). Parenting styles of mothers of pre-school children in Awka Education Zone of Anambra State. Ebonyi State University Journal of Arts and Social Science Education, 2 (1) 93 – 103.

40. Obikeze, N. & Onyechi, K. C. (2011). Availability and accessibility of E-learning facilities to students and teachers of Anambra State University. Unizik Orient Journal of Education, 6 (1 – 2) 62- 67.

41. Obikeze, N. & Onyechi, K. C. (2010). Efficacy of strategies for teaching entrepreneurship education in tertiary institutions in Anambra State. Unizik Orient Journal of Education, 5 (1) 158 – 166.

42. Obikeze, N. & Onyechi, K. C. (2010). Incidence and prevalence of students’ involvement in abnormal sexual behaviours. Journal of Counselling and Communication (JCC), 1 (3) 95 – 103.

43. Onyechi, K. C. (2010). Knowledge of the mode of transmission, symptoms and risk reduction of HIV/AIDS. Nigerian Journal of Sociology of Education (NJSE),4 (1) 154 -159.

44. Okere, A. U. & Onyechi, K. C. (2010). Entrepreneurial skills in pub business for potential retirees: Implications for career counselling. Journal of Home Economics Research (JHER), 12. 9 – 16.

45. Ogbonnaya, N. O., Okere, A.U. & Onyechi, K.C. (2009). Counselling pupils with psychological problems in classroom. African Research Review 3 (5) 333-342.

46. Obikeze, N., & Onyechi, K.C. (2009). Incidence and prevalence of corrupt practices in Nigeria Tertiary Institutions. Ebonyi State University Journal of Arts and Social Science Education, 1 (1) 184 – 192.

47. Ogbonnaya, N. O., Onyechi, K.C.,&Okere, A. U. (2009). Moral Values and Students in Tertiary Institutions. Nigerian Journal of Sociology of Education (NJSE), 3 (3) 87 – 94.

48. Okere, A. U., Oboegbulem A., & Onyechi, K.C.  (2008). Counselling Intervention for Pre-retirement Anxieties of secondary school teachers: Implication for the school administrator. Journal of Educational Foundations, 5(2) 4 – 8.

49. Onyechi, K.C. (2006). Adolescents’ Sexual and Reproductive Health and their Information Foundation. Journal of Educational Foundations (JEF),3 65 – 72.

50. Onyechi, K.C. (2004) Strategies for managing the gifted in a mainstreaming system of Education: Counselling Implications. Journal of Educational Foundations (JEF), 1 153-159.

51. Onyechi, K.C. & Okere, A. U. (2004). Privatization of the Universities in Nigeria: perception of parents. Journal of Educational Foundations (JEF) 1 166-173.

52. Onyechi, K. C. (2003). The Role of the Counsellor in the Universal Basic Education (UBE). The Nigerian Universal Basic Education Journal, 2 (1) 97 – 101.

53. Onyechi, K.C. (2003). The efficacy of Counselling for Marital happiness. Nigerian Journal of Empirical Studies in Psychology & Education (NJESPE), 1 (8) 99 – 104.

54. Onyechi, K.C. (2001). Attitude of secondary school students towards Vocational Education: Implications for Counselling. Journal of Empirical Studies in Psychology and Education (NJESPE), 1 (4) 7– 12.

55. Onyechi, K.C.&Okere, A.U. (2001). The Universal Basic Education and Teenage Pregnancy: A Challenge to the Counsellor. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies (CON), 8 (1) 142 – 148.

56. Onyechi, K.C. (2000). Male perception of the state of women Education in Anambra State of Nigeria: Implications for Counselling. Eha-Amufu School of Education Journal (ESEJ), 2 (1) 140 – 145.

57. Okere, A.U., & Onyechi, K.C.  (2000). Sources of Parental Anxiety: The Efficacy of Counselling. The Counsellor,18(1) 91-97.

58. Onyechi, K.C. (1997). Secondary school teachers’ perception of guidance functions in effective teaching and learning. Journal of Technical and Science Education (JOTASE), 6 (1) 148 – 129.

59. Okere, A.U. &Onyechi K.C (2008). Counselling for stress management: a university of Nigeria students health promotion programme for the attainment of Millennium Development Goals. In B.G. Nworgu (Ed.) Educational Reform and the attainment of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs):The Nigerian Experience. Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka 265-270.

60. Onyechi K.C & Okere, A.U. (2007). Deviant behaviour as correlate of academic achievement among secondary school students: implications for counselling. In B. G. Nworgu (Ed), Optimization of Service Delivery in the Education Sector: Issues & Strategies. Nsukka: Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka 105-110.

61. Onyechi K.C. & Okere, A.U. (2001). Towards enhancing male enrolment in tertiary institutions: the counsellors’ perspective. In N.J. Ogbazi, U. Azikiwe & I.C.S. Ifelunni (Eds), Studies in Gender Discrimination in the 21st  Century. Referred Conference Papers, Faculty of Education UNN.184-189.

62. Onyechi, K.C. (2000). Role of information technology on the implementation of guidance & counselling programme. In A. Ali & E. Okeke (Eds.) Information Technology and Education: Referred Conference Papers, Institute of Education, 117 – 129.

63. Onyechi, K.C. (1997). Perception of Guidance Counsellors on the effectiveness of methods they use in information dissemination in Anambra state. In A. Ali (Ed.) Perspectives on Crucial Issues on Nigerian and African Education, Referred Conference Papers, Institute of Education, 2, 200 – 209.

64. Onyechi, K.C. (1995). Career maturity of secondary school students: implication for counselling. In U.M. Nzewi (Ed.) The Teacher. A book of Readings. (pp. 354-361. Africana-Fep Publishers.


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