Patricia Orlunwo Ikiriko is a trained counselor who has worked with different organizations involving young people for over 18 years. She is happily married to Hon. Hope Odhuluma Ikiriko and a mother blessed with two children Doxa and Chanan-Christie Ikiriko; two foster children Naomi Miriam and Timiadedike Seker and a granddaughter Sara-Louise Seker. She holds a Graduate Diploma in Psychology from the University Of East London, a Master’s degree in Education Guidance and Counselling from the University Of Port Harcourt Rivers State Nigeria, a B.Ed in Education and Guidance, Counselling and Psychology from University Of Ibadan Nigeria and a National Certificate in Education from the University Of Ibadan Nigeria. She is a professional member of the British Psychology Society, the American Counselling Association, Counselling Association of Nigeria and a PhD student in Psychology at the University of Bedfordshire, UK. She is involved in various youth and correction programmes at the Redeemed Christian Church of God - Chapel of Glory International (RCCG-COGI), a non-profit organisation in Watford, Hertfordshire. Patricia has a passion in helping young people to discover their unique and hidden potential and encouraging them to fulfill their destiny in order to determine exactly who they are and what they want by setting clear, measurable, and achievable goals. She helps them to create a strategic plan as a sign-post to their desired destination, and develop confidence in themselves, along with the qualities of endurance, persistence and determination to remain focused to accomplish their dream. Her inspiration was developed through her wealth of experience of working with young people in schools and different organisations for over fifteen years. She is currently conducting a research on ‘How to Develop Good Study Habits’. In addition, she is working with academically underachieving students to investigate the attitudinal/psychological factors which result in poor academic performance.