My research centers around ensuring the mental health and addiction workforce in Aotearoa New Zealand are supported to perform exceptionally in their roles. Identifying ways this workforce can be encouraged into effective, sustainable practice motivates me. I believe that a well supported, well equipped workforce is a critical factor in the provision of quality services for the people we care about and our wider communities.
Phillips, L.J. (2018). How the wellbeing of addiction practitioners is affected by their professional practice. Wellington, New Zealand.
Phillips, L.J. (2018). The People We Become. Cutting Edge, Rotorua, New Zealand.
Daly, G & Phillips, L.J. (2018). Redefining Professional Practice. Careerforce publication, Wellington, New Zealand.
Phillips, L.J. (2018). Ensuring Healthy Futures for Addiction and Mental Health personnel in Aotearoa New Zealand. Emerge Aotearoa.
Phillips, L.J. (2018). How well are addiction practitioners in New Zealand? Addiction Standard Magazine, DAPAANZ, New Zealand.
http://www.communityresearch.org.nz/research/how- the-wellbeing-of-addiction-practitioners-is-affected-by- their-professional-practice/
- Location: Wellington
- Qualifications: Masters Degree, Other Qualification, Post-Graduate Diploma
- Ethnic Groups: Other
- Area of Expertise: Research and Evaluation, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender, LGBT – Lesbian, Drugs & Alcohol, Family Violence & Abuse, Gambling, Community Development, Education & Training, LGBT – Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender, Health & Wellbeing, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Law & Justice, Mental Health, Non-profit Sector, Social Services, Women / Wāhine
- Professional Memberships: DAPPANZ - Addiction Practitioners’ Association Aotearoa New Zealand. NZTC - New Zealand Teachers Council
- Phone: 02102766760
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org