Oluwatosin Adekeye (PhD) is a Clinical Psychologist by training although holds a diploma in Law from the Ahmadu Bello University Zaria and is passionate about “why we do what we do” examining the dimensions of human action from the three dimensions of the person: the spirit, the soul and the body.
He obtained a PhD from the University of Ibadan and is currently an Assistant Director Clinical Psychology with the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital Shika Zaria where he has served for over 23 years now.
In 2016 he graduated from the Kenneth Hagin Rhema Bible Training Centre (Kaduna campus), in 2020 he also completed the Dominion Bible Institute (John G Lake Ministries) Intensive Divine Healing Technicians Course (IDHT), and Basic Bible Doctrine.
He was recently (2020) appointed to the board of the Kaduna State Bureau for substance Abuse and has been involved in working with individuals and families of people struggling with substance abuse.
He has also been involved in various aspects of research some of which have resulted in publications available in local and international journals. He has collaborated with institutions such as the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Sightsavers, World Health Organization, and the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime.
Apart from earned degrees he has also attended various short courses on Bereavement of sudden loss and counter transference by the Ife Centre for Psychological Studies & University of Cape Coast Ghana, Certificate in Drug Dependence and Treatment 2015 United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime, Certificate in Critical Thinking August 2020 (International Network for Advancing Science and Policy) and Certificate in Psychological First Aid September 2020 Johns Hopkins University.
He is a member of both local and international associations including the International Association of Positive Psychology. An ordained priest in the Diocese of Kaduna Anglican Communion, his research interest recently began to bud in the area of wellbeing particularly for people affected by stigmatizing conditions, disability including trauma and abuse on all spheres particularly spiritual abuse and the need for health and wellbeing for the total person.