Facilitator - MH101® and Addiction 101
Tony is a critical care and trauma nurse, now working in the mental health and addiction field.
He is from the Philippines where he finished his bachelor’s and master’s degree in Nursing. Tony then emigrated to Australia and worked in six different countries before moving to Aotearoa New Zealand.
He completed his postgraduate degree in mental health at AUT, certificate degree in criminal justice at University of Canterbury and diploma in psychology from Open Polytechnic of NZ. He is doing his doctoral degree with mental health as the core focus of his research and started his Rongoā studies under Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.
Tony is part of Te Tumu Waiora, a national initiative by the government and Ministry of Health, using an innovative new model of care for general practice, giving people easy, equitable and prompt access to local mental health and well-being support.
As a Behavioural Health Consultant/Health Improvement Practitioner, Tony is in general practice to see all patients’ presentation, including physical health, and all ages.
Addiction 101Understanding addiction and recovery.
Leading Wellbeing at Work WebinarRecognise, understand and support staff experiencing mental health challenges in the workplace.
MH101®Giving people the confidence to recognise, relate and respond to people experiencing mental health challenges.
Rural MH101® WebinarDevelop confidence to recognise, relate and respond to people experiencing mental health challenges.