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Tetteh B. Lomotey



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$673.26 USD


As a co-founder of Nas, Tetteh B. Lomotey is a dedicated social justice advocate and clinician with a strong background in mental health and forensic psychology. With over a decade of experience in the field, Tetteh’s worked in various capacities, including low and medium secure inpatient forensic hospitals, forensic outpatient community services, and consultations with the National Probation Service (NPS).
Tetteh’s expertise extends beyond clinical work. As the founder and director of Anansi Consulting, a mental health consultancy based in Aotearoa (i.e., New Zealand), Tetteh provides individual and group well-being and mental health support to individuals, artists, companies and organizations. His notable collaborations include consultations with the Salvation Army’s Addiction Services (Bridge Programme), Toi Whakaari Drama School, and training in partnership with RespectEd for groups such as BCITO and ministerial services staff in Aotearoa. 

In addition to his consultancy work, Tetteh is involved in teaching and training. He has served as a lecturer in mental health and criminal justice at universities in both the United Kingdom and the United States – including Rutgers University’s School of Criminal Justice. Tetteh's passion lies in addressing the multisystemic impacts of colonialism, particularly within the criminal justice system. He has previously engaged in s27 cultural report writing to combat racial and cultural disparities in criminal sentencing in Aotearoa, and his consultancy work also extends to conflict mediation within organizations as well as providing supervision to professionals and clinicians.

With Tetteh's experience and commitment to social justice, he plays a crucial role in the organization's mission to create positive change in the community.