After 42 years of service, Greg has recently retired from the Horizon Health Network as Area Manager, Addictions and Mental Health Services, Sussex, New Brunswick. Greg has presented at many national and international conferences throughout his career, including a paper titled, “The Development and Implementation of Suicide Prevention in New Brunswick” at the American Association of Suicidology Conference in 2007. He also holds the distinction as a Forensic Suicidologist and oversaw all programs dealing with Mental Health and the Law in Sussex. Greg is past president of the Schizophrenia Society of New Brunswick and Co-chair of the Rothesay Chapter of the Terry Fox Foundation Marathon. He is also past president of the Saint John Boys and Girls Club and Life Member.
Over the years, Greg has received several awards for both his professional and volunteer contributions, including the Dr. Michael J. Smith Award for outstanding professional in the field of Mental Health in Canada and the Queen’s Jubilee Medal. For his extensive community engagement, Greg is recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow, a distinction bestowed by the Rotary Club of Saint John. He continues to remain active in his community and his church as a Lay Minister.
Greg’s education includes a Master of Social Work and Health Administration from Dalhousie University.
He has recently established a private practice where he continues to present on Suicide Prevention , Mental Health and the Law, and other mental health topics.
Greg brings extensive knowledge , experience, and expertise to Worth Living Mental Health.