Who We Are

Total Life Enhancement Centre

This organisation function both as a Non-governmental organisation (NGO) and a health service provider in the areas of Psychological/mental health and other health related services.

The organisation is guided by the biopsychosocial(s) model of health delivery.  Biopsychosocial (s) health services model consist of the following;

  1. Bio – Physical well-being managed with drugs/medicine.
  2. Psycho – Psychological/mental well-being managed with psychotherapy.
  3. Social – Social well-being managed with psychotherapy.
  4. Spiritual – Spiritual well-being connection with the Supreme Being/Meditation.

Our Mission

To be a Centre aimed at advocating and providing holistic health through localized and external competent approaches to our clients for a better psychosocial well-being to improve productivity and development.

Our Vision

To be centre that utilizes the Biopsychosocial(s) and scientist practitioner approaches to provide appropriate assessment and holistic healthcare promotion and delivery.

Our Objective

To help in improving the quality of life of individuals through the provision of holistic healthcare services delivery and advocacy.

Our Core Value

  1. Client centeredness
  2. Holistic health services and early intervention.
  3. Maximizing human potential.
  4. Love
  5. Collaboration and Team work
  6. Integrity
  7. Excellence

Our Services

Services we provide include but not limited to;

  • Awareness creation/advocacy
  • Psychotherapy
  • Counselling
  • Psychological assessment
  • Other interventions


Total Life Enhancement Centre

The organisational development concept was conceived on the 15/5/16. This was with the aim to talk to people about mental health and the need to understand health beyond the physical concept of health that most Ghanaians experience (holistic health). As a health professional I have noticed that that the Ghanaian health system had not received much investment into mental health leaving many to understand health as only physical health. Preparing to begin my studies as a student of clinical health psychology in one of the universities in Ghana, I felt challenged after several readings and listening to news across the country to put to use the understanding of health in totality as it is captured in the world health organisation’s (WHO) definition of health in 1948.

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