Chris Malcolm

Lecturer - Diploma Applied Practice and Addiction Studies


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Areas of Teaching

Social and Community Services, Mental Health Support, Addiction Studies and Health and Wellbeing Applied Practices


Mth (Oxford), MHSc (EIT), BTheol (Auck), BA (Vic), Cert Supervision (WelTec)


Chris is a Wellingtonian with family roots in Hawke’s Bay. He has spent many years working in mental health support work and management. Recently Chris joined the staff of EIT as a lecturer in the Mental Health Support Work Diploma Course. This is a course designed for those with some experience in the mental health field and who are developing a higher level of competence in mental health support work than is covered by the National Certificate in Mental Health.

In addition Chris is part of a team of volunteer Chaplains here on campus available for all students and staff, regardless of their faith or spirituality. Email:

His interests in spirituality and applied theology, cycling and travel) resulted in an enjoyable time, in 1997, studying for a Masters degree through Oxford University (UK) and in between studying cycling around different parts of Europe. When not at work he enjoys spending time with his partner and two gorgeous and energetic young children.

Research Outputs

Research outputs 2020

Research outputs 2019