DR Caleb Armstrong

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My Background

I qualified as a consultant psychiatrist in 2012 whilst working in general adult psychiatry in Alice Springs, and returned to New Zealand to take up a job in the specialty of Youth Forensics. I hold Certificates of Advanced Training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatry, and Adult Psychiatry.

In addition to clinical work I am also an honorary senior lecturer at the University of Auckland’s Department of Psychological Medicine and a regular presenter at psychiatric conferences.

I am regularly called upon as an expert witness in a range of medico-legal issues, including reviewing cases for New Zealand’s Health and Disability Commission (HDC).

As a result of my experience and training I have developed a strong basis for practice across a range of areas in psychiatry, providing the basis for a flexible and nimble approach to solving problems presented by patients, their caregivers, GPs, lawyers, insurers and therapists.

I work on being open, friendly, ethical, accommodating and adaptable and I look forward to sharing my expertise and experience with you.


  • MMedSci(Hons) 1998
  • MBChB 2002 (Auckland)
  • Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (FRANZCP) 2012
  • Certificate of Advanced Training in Forensic Psychiatry, 2014
  • Certificate of Advanced Training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2016
  • Certificate of Advanced Training in Adult Psychiatry

Professional Affiliations

  • American Association of Psychiatry and the Law
  • RANZCP Section of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • American Psychiatric Association (International Fellow)

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Getting in touch

If there is anything that you are concerned about please visit your GP so they can organise a referral to see us at Anteris Tauranga.

If it's an emergency please contact local mental health services for crisis support.

Emergency Contact

  • Lifeline
    0800 543 354
  • Youthline
    0800 376 633
  • NZ Helpline Directory
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  • NZ Mental Health Crisis
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