Dr. (Mrs.)

OLAJIDE BEATRICE IYABO 

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Dr. Beatrice I. Olajide (Nee Komolafe) is a young academician and a Lecturer II in the Department of Home Science and Management (Child development and family studies option), College of Food Science and Human Ecology, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Nigeria. She was a graduate of Educational Guidance and Counselling, University of Ilorin (April, 2006) and her teaching subject is Biology. She also bagged Masters’ Degree in Educational Psychology and School Counselling and Ph.D. Degree in Counselling Psychology from the prestigious premier University of Ibadan (February, 2010 and June, 2015 respectively).

She joined the services of the University as an Administrative Officer II of the Registry Unit in March, 2012 and rose through the ranks to the post of an Assistant Registrar with much dedication and hardwork. However, her passion for lecturing at higher educational level necessitated her conversion to the academic cadre.

Dr. Olajide had served in several special assignments within the Department, College and University. She had also participated in conferences locally, nationally and internationally and had made oral presentations of research findings such as her participation at the London International Conference on Education (LICE-2015) in November, 2015. She has a total of six (6) publications, three (3) of which are in reputable journals, one (1) in edited conference proceeding and two (2) accepted for publications.

Her research focus is on counselling/educational/clinical psychology.

Her hobbies include reading, travelling and networking.

Ph.D, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria 2015
M.Ed., University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria 2009
B.Ed., University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria 2006

i. Beneficiary of Federal Government Scholarship Award for
Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria (FSBA/FGSS/PG/11/052) 2011-2012
ii. 3rd Position in the Female Staff Race of BAGS
Inter-house Athletics Competition 2011
iii. Best graduating M.Ed Students, Department of
Guidance and Counselling, University of Ibadan, Ibadan 2009/2010
iv. Anambra State NYSC Merit Award 2007
v. Ekwusigo Local Government Council NYSC Merit Award 2007

Member, Association of Nigerian Universities Professional Administrators (ANUPA) 2013 – 2021.
b. Member, Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON) Oyo State Chapter
CASSON/OYO/0153 (2013-date)
c. Junior Research Fellow,InstitutFrancaisdeRecherche en Afrique (IFRA-Nigeria), 2011-date.

a. Annual Conference, Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON) Oyo State Chapter (March, 2016)
Paper read: Counselling for Sustainable Behaviour Change: Student Awareness and Utilisation of Guidance and Counselling Services in Ogun State Tertiary Institutions.

b. London International Conference on Education (LICE), United Kingdom (November, 2015)
Paper read:Coherence Psychotherapy and Self-Regulation Training in the Reduction of Academic Procrastination among undergraduates in South-West, Nigeria.

c. Annual Conference, Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON) Oyo State Chapter (March, 2015)
Paper read: Counselling for the eradication of espoused-child abuse by caregivers in Ogun State, Nigeria.

d. Annual Conference, Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON) Oyo State Chapter (March, 2014)
Paper read: Mental Retardation Problems; Counselling as a tool for Reconstruction and Social re-orientation.

(i) Thesis/Dissertation
a. KOMOLAFE, B.I. (2015):Coherence Psychotherapy and Self-regulation Training in the reduction of Academic Procrastination and Maladaptive Perfectionism among Undergraduates in South-west, Nigeria. Unpublished Doctoral Thesis, Department of Guidance and Counselling, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria pp 1 –

b. KOMOLAFE, B.I. (2009):Roles of Self-efficacy, Emotional Intelligence, Social Support and Family Support on Academic Persistence and Adjustment of Fresh University Students. Unpublished Masters Dissertation, Department of Guidance and Counselling. University of Ibadan.Ibadan, Nigeria pp 1 –

c. KOMOLAFE, B.I. (2005): Problems and Counselling needs associated with Mentally Retarded Students as perceived by their Teachers in Kwara State School of Handicap, Ilorin. Unpublished Bachelors Degree Project.Department of Educational Guidance and Counselling, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria pp 1 –

(ii) Journal Articles in Print
a. Adeyemo, D.A. and Komolafe, B.I.(2013). The influence of Self-efficacy, Emotional Intelligence, Social Support and Family Involvement on Academic Persistence of Fresh University Students.Ibadan Journal of Educational Studies, 1&2, 39-50. Published by the Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.
ii. Ogundokun, M.O. and Komolafe, B.I. (2013). Career Aspiration, Job Demands and Social Interest as predictors of Job Satisfaction of Secondary School Teachers.Nigerian Journal of Social Work Education, 12, 23-35.Published by the Department of Social Work, Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan.Ibadan, Nigeria.

iii. Komolafe, B.I.(2015). Counselling for the Eradication of Espoused-child abuse by Caregivers in Ogun State, Nigeria.Counselling and Behavioural Studies Journal 5(2), 111-122.Published by Department of Guidance and Counselling, University of Ibadan for Counselling Association of Nigeria (Oyo State Chapter)

iv. Komolafe, B.I. (2016). Counselling for sustainable behaviour change: students awareness and utilisation of guidance and counselling services in ogun state tertiary institutions.Counselling and Behavioural Studies Journal. 6 (1), 345-406. Published by Department of Guidance and Counselling, University of Ibadan (Letter of acceptance dated March 15, 2016).

(iii) Journal Articles Accepted for Publications
a. Komolafe, B.I. and Adeyemo, D.A.:Clinical efficacy of two therapeutic models in the reduction of academic procrastination among college students in South-west, Nigeria.International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education (IJCDSE),7, Issue 3, ISSSN 2042 6364 (Online), http://infonomics-society.ie/ijcdse/.Published by Infonomics Society (Letter of acceptance dated November 15, 2015). United Kingdom.
b. Komolafe, B.I.and Adeyemo, D.A.: Coherence Therapy and Self-Regulation Training in the Reduction of Maladaptive Perfectionism among University Students in the South-West, Nigeria.Ago-Iwoye Departmental Journal of Educational Foundations and Counselling.Published by the Department of Educational Foundations and Counselling. Faculty of Education, OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ago Iwoye (Accepted September, 2015)
(iv) Book:Nil
(v) Book Article or Chapter: Nil
(vi) Edited Conference Proceedings:
a. Komolafe, B.I. and Adeyemo, D.A. (2015): Coherence Psychotherapy and Self-Regulation Training in the Reduction of Academic Procrastination among undergraduates in South-West, Nigeria. Proceedings of 2015 London International Conference on Education (LICE-2015), C. A. Shoniregun and G. A. Akmayeva (Eds.) 225-235. ISBN: 978-1-908320-55-1. Published by Infonomics Society.

(vii) Technical Reports:Nil

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