About Us

Dr Harun Issack Hassan PhD, MA, MCP, DCM. Chief Executive Officer and Founder

Mind Vision Psychological and Counselling Centre (MVC)

Professional Member of International Association for Counselling

Professional Member Kenya Counselling and Psychological Association.


Dr. Harun Issack Hassan is the founder of Mind Vision Psychological and Counselling Centre (MVC), and currently serves as its Chief Executive Officer and Consultant psychotherapist. He specialises in Personality Traits and Personality Disorders and work with children, adolescents and adults on various issues such as emotion regulation (anxiety, depression, etc.), stress management, depression and relationship issues, while his experience as a practitioner spans clients ranging from senior executives to palliative patients. Dr Harun clinical interests include mood disorders, personality disorders, couple therapy, as well as career transition and management. As every client is unique, Dr Harun strongly believes in tailoring his therapy approach to suit their individual needs. He prefers a collaborative approach with his clients and employs a blend of cognitive-behavioural, mindfulness and emotion-focused frameworks during therapy. His approach is collaborative, and uses different psychotherapy frameworks – sometimes in combination – depending on each client’s needs.

Work in the therapy room aside, Dr Harun also conducts talks and webinars on mental health and mental wellness issues for the general public as well as various corporate organisations and government-related bodies.



Mind Vision Psychological Counselling Centre is to provide comprehensive mental health care and prevention services to every person in need.



Our vision is to create a mental healthcare system that is capable of upholding, supporting, and maintaining recovery of our patients.



Mind Vision Psychological Counselling Centre work with adults, couples, children and families and provides ranges of psychotherapy services including assessment, diagnosis, and psychological treatment for psychological and emotional difficulties including:

  • Depression and low mood
  • Anxiety and anxiety-based disorders (including general anxiety, panic attacks, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Phobias, social anxiety)
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Difficulties adjusting to life changes and transitions
  • Relationship issues; couple therapy, general problems in relating to others, intimacy and commitment issues, parenting problems 
  • Eating disorders
  • Childhood problems – separation anxiety, school problems, self-esteem issues, friendship issues, bullying problems, wetting (enuresis), and soiling problems (encopresis), depression, and dealing with parental separation and divorce
  • Anger management
  • Stress management
  • Sleeping problems 
  • Loss, bereavement and grief
  • Self-esteem and confidence issues
  • Medical diagnoses with psychological components, e.g. cancer, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, abdominal pain and pain management.