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Peer Recovery Center of Excellence - Communities of Practice

The Peer Recovery Center of Excellence hosts monthly communities of practice, a type of affinity call, as spaces for peer recovery support specialists and those who supervise them to network, learn, share, practice, and grow together. The goal of these calls is to bring together a variety of diverse perspectives from across the country to share in mutual learning that is centered on topics relevant to the peer workforce.

Previous topics for Peer Recovery Support Specialists have included:

Previous topics for supervisors of Peer Recovery Support Specialists have included:

Peer Recovery Support Specialists and supervisors who attend and participate in these communities of practice will receive a certificate of attendance. Due to the varying ways in which peer recovery support specialist recertification works, it is the responsibility of individual peer recovery support specialists to ensure these communities of practice meet their state’s recertification requirements.

Please join us:

October Community of Practice for Peer Support Recovery Specialists: Moral Injury

This CoP session for PRSS will focus on defining the concept of “moral injury,” why it’s important for peer workers to understand, and what separates it from burnout or compassion fatigue. It will touch on examples of how moral injury can occur in behavioral healthcare settings for peers and clinical staff alike and will share strategies for navigating its impact.

Date / Time: October 20, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Eastern (1pm Central / 12pm Mountain / 11am Pacific)
Registration URL: https://umsystem.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xzjCqNzTQHmzCX9SrduCFA
Meet our Facilitator, Brittyn Calyx

October Community of Practice for Peer Supervisors: Reflective Supervision

This CoP session for Peer Supervisors will focus on the supervision framework known as Reflective Supervision. It will include an overview of the practice, discuss how it utilizes peer values to create a more mutual supervisory structure, and demonstrate how it can lend itself to supporting staff effectively.

Date / Time: October 27, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Eastern (1pm Central / 12pm Mountain / 11am Pacific)
Registration URL: https://umsystem.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__gQgDRFWT8Kj5Du40t65pA.
Meet our facilitator, Monica Caldwell and Paula Buege

For information on upcoming topics and session registration please click below: