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Substance Use Disorder Substance Use Disorder Peer Supervision Peer Supervision Competencies Competencies (2017)
Very little has been written about SUD (Substance Use Disorder) Peer Supervision Competencies. In remedy, this competency analysis is offered, using a series of investigative protocols, including a systematic review of the literature, DACUM (Developing A Curriculum) workgroup, quantitative peer and supervisor validation survey, and a managerial and administrative validation review. This competency analysis is specifically designed for training purposes. Competencies with specific KSA’s (Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes) are described in checkboxes for classroom participant self-assessment.
The Regional Facilitation Center DACUM Facilitators/Authors: Eric Martin, MAC, CADC III, PRC, CPS & Anthony Jordan, MPA, CADC II, CRM.
(Qualitative Review by William White)