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Event Series Communities of Practice

Peer Supervisors: Centering Peer Values in Supervisory Practices

Description: In this community of practice, we’ll discuss the importance of supervising staff through the lens of peer values such as mutuality, leaning into discomfort, approaching with curiosity, and self-determination. We’ll talk about balancing these ideals with the reality of organizational policies and strategies for changing those policies. Facilitator: Elise Padilla from the Rebel Leadership […]

Event Series Communities of Practice

Community Dialogue: Adapt or Die? Exploring the Peer Workforce’s Reliance on Adapting Clinical Modalities

Description: In this community dialogue a panel of peer leaders will discuss the impact of and reasoning behind adapting clinical modalities for use by PRSS. The panel will discuss modalities such as motivational interviewing, safety planning, risk assessment and more. Additionally, the panel will discuss the tools and skills that can be used instead of […]

Event Series Communities of Practice

Peer Recovery Support Specialists: How Much is Too Much? Determining When and How Much We Self-Disclose

Description: In this community of practice, we’ll focus on how to decide when and what to share when providing peer support services. We’ll talk through the importance of centering mutuality and the relational aspect of peer support when deciding what to share. We’ll also discuss how to effectively identify personal boundaries around sharing experiences. Facilitator: […]

Event Series Communities of Practice

Peer Supervisors: Building Skills to Step into a Supervisory Position

Description: In this community of practice* we’ll discuss relevant skills that may be needed when moving into a supervisory role. We’ll talk about specific supervisory models, budget management, report writing, and staff management skills. Facilitator: To be announced *The intended audience of this community of practice is those who are not yet in supervisory roles, […]

Event Series Communities of Practice

Peer Recovery Support Specialists: Yours, Mine, or the System’s; Who gets to Own Our Lived Experience?

Description: In this community of practice, we’ll discuss the impact of sharing our lived experiences, particularly those that we share through an intersectional lens. We’ll talk about strategies to avoid systemic co-optation of our lived experiences. We’ll also discuss ways to identify our own boundaries in order to avoid exploitation. Facilitator: To Be Announced

Event Series Communities of Practice

Peer Supervisors: The Importance of Peer Recovery Support Specialists Supervising Peer Recovery Support Specialists

Description: In this community of practice, we’ll discuss the importance of having PRSS in supervisory positions and the research-backed benefits this leads to. We’ll also explore several examples of state training programs for peer supervisors and discuss relevant advocacy in order to address systemic barriers to peer supervision. Facilitator: To be Announced

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Funding for this initiative was made possible by grant no. 1H79TI083022 from SAMHSA. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.

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