Dr. Alice Chemutai Mutai

Name: Dr. Alice Chemutai Mutai

Dean Of Students

Contact details:

E-mail: acmutai@kibu.ac.ke

Website: kibu.ac.ke

Academic Qualification

Institution [ Date from – to ]Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:
2015, Egerton UniversityDoctor of Philosophy in Counselling Psychology (PhD)
2007, Moi UniversityMaster of Philosophy (M.Phil) in Educational Guidance and Counselling
2002, Moi UniversityBachelor of Education (Arts)
1997, Kenya PolytechnicCertificate in Liberal and Archives Studies

Work Experience

  • 2016¬- To date: Senior Ass. Dean of Students ( Main Campus)
  • 2012 – 2015: Senior Ass. Dean of Students ( Kericho Campus)
  • 2009 – 2012: Ag. Ass. Dean of Students
  • 2007 – 2009: Students Counsellor
  • 2005 – 2007: Assistant Students’ Counsellor
  • 2003 – 2005: Senior Library Assistant ( In- Charge periodicals)
  • 1996 – 2003: Library Assistant (Children Section)
  • 1989 – 1996: Library Assistant Trainee

Membership of Professional Bodies

  • Kenya Universities Professional Counselors Association (KUPCA)

Research Undertaken

  • Occupational Stress; perceived levels,, causes, effects and Coping Strategies among Drugs and Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Counsellors in Selected Counties, Kenya. (D.Phil. Thesis)
  • Risky Sexual behaviors and Substance Abuse Among Students in Moi University Satellite Campuses (Sponsored by Moi University Research and Extension Office – On going)
  • Effectiveness of Face-to-face and Cyber Counselling methods among students: a case of Moi University main campus (M.Phil. Thesis)
  • African traditional counseling. A case of the Maasai people of Kenya (with Prof. Adam Chepkwony – Moi University Research and Extension Office)

Selected Publications 2015-2018: Scientific Articles Published in Refereed Journals

  1. Mutai, A., Chepchieng, M. & Ngumi, O. (2015). Effects of Occupational Stress among Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Centres Based on their Demographic Characteristics in the Selected Counties in Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research 3, 11, 75 – 86.
  2. Mutai, A., Chepchieng, M., Ngumi, O. & Sitienei, E. (2015). Occupational Stress Coping Strategies Utilized by Drugs And Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Counsellors in the Selected Counties In Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research, 3, 6, 35 – 46.
  3. Mutai, A., Chepchieng, M. & Ngumi, O. (2015). Causes of Occupational Stress among Drugs and Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Counsellors in the Selected Counties of Kenya. Elixir Social Studies 80, 30979-30983.
  4. Sitienei, E. & Mutai, A. (2015). Effects of Psychological Counseling on Social Acceptance of Persons Living With HIV/AIDS in Kenya (PLWHA). Elixir Social Studies 79, 30455-3045.