Dr. Abishai Anlimah
Consultant clinical psychologist

Dr. Abishai Anlimah is a licensed consultant clinical psychologist on very high demand who defies categorization. Following his undergraduate studies in Psychology, he proceeded to pursue Clinical Psychology from the University of Ghana. He currently practices as a Clinical Psychologist, Researcher and Lecturer. These to him are neither about professions nor career building, but about the love and passion to impact practical wisdom, African-centered scientific values and life support to people. It is therefore his cogent creed to offer his valuable services to all, especially the vulnerable in society such as children, teenagers, women, elderly and persons with disability. Following his passion for mental health, Abishai supported and became the Head of Friends of Mental Health – an NGO that focuses on seeking funds to support mental health in Ghana. Furthermore, he has had numerous clinical experiences working in the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. Throughout his career in the health sector, he has had rich experiences working in departments/unit such as Stroke, Burns & Reconstructive Surgery, Fevers, Nephrology, Sickle Cell, Hematology and Psychiatry. Currently, he also serves as the Managing Director for Delight Wellness Consult (DWC) where his erudite interventions have helped in cases such as stress, anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, dissociative disorders, personality disorders, adjustment disorders, obsessive compulsive disorders, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, sleep wake disorders, substance-related and addictive disorders and many more. Interests in positive psychology has moved him to also make phenomenal impact in non-clinical cases such as learning and memory enhancement, attention training, time management, self-esteem, and many others. With a desire to promote African interest and virtues, Abishai has been a passionate reader of peer-reviewed journals that bother on Pan-Africanism, health/wellbeing and traditional treatment. These areas have therefore steered his research interests. Many students in the University of Ghana and University of Professional Studies at the undergraduate and graduate levels have benefited phenomenally from his tutelage. As he works in the most practical, ethical and scientific-oriented African modus, his commitment will always be to provide psychological health intervention, research and impact knowledge until his good is better, and better, best.