Oni Uyì, Oni Èye (Ekiti Indigene of the Week) 20th – 25th September, 2021

September 20, 2021

Dr Gbonjubola Abiri 
Medical Director, Tranquil and Quest Behavioral Health
This week, we are pleased to feature an intelligent woman in the medical profession, Dr. Gbonjubola Abiri as our Oni Uyì, Oni Èye of the week. Dr. Gbonjubola  Abiri is a Consultant Psychiatrist, Managerial Psychologist, Professional Speaker and the Medical Director of Tranquil and Quest Behavioral Health, Lagos.

She is a co-author of the book ‘Mental Health in the Workplace’. She is a Fellow of the West Africa College of Physicians (WACP), a member of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), the Employee Assistance Professional Association (EAPA) and the American Psychiatric Association (APA). She has received training from King’s College London, the University of Washington and the prestigious Harvard University, Boston USA. Passionate about research in child and adolescent forensic, women’s mental health, and occupational mental health, Gbonjubola is a Mental Health advocate who is driven by the holistic view to health, and as such is a regular voice on various print and electronic media where she utilizes illustrations and indigenous language to reach her audience.

She also uses her knowledge in Psychiatry and Psychology to influence and maximize effectiveness and productivity in the workplace via the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). She serves as the Director of Women’s Mental Health at the ASIDO Foundation and is a member of the Global Advisory Council of Joy, Inc! She works with the THR media as a Consultant Psychiatrist and a Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Advocate. She currently volunteers with the Lagos State COVID-19 Psycho-Social Response Team as a means of contributing her quota to the fight against the pandemic.

Last modified: September 26, 2021

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