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Peer Support Works

A Step by Step Guide to Long Term Success

by Netta Cartwright

  • 122 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Network Continuum Education .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organization & management of education,
  • General,
  • Experimental Methods,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11999633M
    ISBN 10185539166X
    ISBN 109781855391666
    OCLC/WorldCa76365427

    different. People working in peer roles also have their own career ladder. There are peer support group facilitators, peer mentors, Certified Peer Specialists, community bridgers, Peer specialist trainers, directors of recovery, and so on. 2. Peer work is a type of vocational rehabilitation for File Size: 1MB. Peer-to-peer support works well when it is driven by what participants want and need (i.e. practical support). As well as the people in the group being treated as equals. It is a successful type of support because it recognises people’s resources and the positives in people and their situation.

    Although peer support specialists may not have the same legal duties as social workers with regard to the careful management of clients' private and confidential information, social workers who oversee these programs should ensure that peer support specialists understand prevailing standards with regard to clients' right to privacy and. One of the major “recovery tools” that peer support providers bring to mental health services is sharing their own recovery story. The major reason why the recovery story is such a powerful tool is that it is your own personal story shared just the way it happened. In your peer support work, the Veterans you are supporting can beFile Size: KB.

    Defining Peer Support. 2. Models of Peer Support. 3. What Support Looks Like. Models of Peer Support. Who is a peer supporter? A peer supporter is a person who has knowledge from their own experiences with a condition, or of the circumstances of those they help, or has received training to be empathic and understanding in helping. sing: Peer Support Works.


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Home > Peer Support Works. Peer Support Works A step Peer Support Works book step guide to long term success By: Netta Cartwright. See larger image.

Published: Format: EPUB/MOBI eBook (Watermarked) Tell others about this book. Table of contents. Peer supports really work: they're a great, efficient way to help all students learn, make the most of teacher/ paraprofessional time, and increase the achievement level of challenging by: Walk the Talk - First Responder Peer Support: A Boots-On-the-Ground Peer And Trauma Support Systems Guide by Sylvio A.

Gravel and Brad McKay out of 5 stars 3. Participant Workbook. The purpose of the Recovery to Practice Next Steps training is to bring together peer support providers from a variety of places (geography, philosophy, training, lived experiences, educational backgrounds, and perspectives) to share the richness of their lived experiences as peer providers, learn with and from each other, and come to a common understanding of how to support.

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The WRAP and Peer Support Handbook: Working Together to Reclaim our Lives describes the evidence-based practice of WRAP and the evidence-based practice of peer support, demonstrating how the two work together to enhance wellness and Peer Support Works book. This book supports the effective implementation of peer support and the evidence-based WRAP peer group intervention.

By Shery Mead, MSW / Updated / pages Intentional Peer Support: An Alternative Approach is an innovative curriculum that explores ways to create mutually supportive relationships where both parties learn and grow together. A central part of the IPS Core Training, it includes appendices for peer support warmlines, peer-run respite programs, and resources for peers wo/5(12).

Advanced Certified Peer Support Specialist Training (Advanced CPSS)is a dynamic 3-day training program which will prepare a peer to move up to an advanced level of providing recovery services.

The course and text material were compiled as a result of many interviews of peers and peer supervisors. Peer support book recommendations. What book(s) would you recommend I read if I'm working on becoming a Certified Peer Specialist.

So far I've read The Peer Specialist Pocket Resource for Mental Health & Substance Use Services by Charles Drebing and was looking at purchasing Behavioral Health Mentor: A Recovery Coach Model for Peer Recovery.

Peer support workers can help break down. barriers of experience and understanding, as. well as power dynamics that may get in the way of working with other members of the treatment team.

The peer support worker’s role is to assist people with finding and following their own recovery paths, without judgment, expectation, rules, or requirements. Peer support is support provided between one or more people who have similar or shared experiences, and who recognise each other as peers.

These similar or shared experiences provide conditions for mutuality, trust, equality, respect and understanding. This can be offered professionally (Peer Support Work), or informally (such as through friendships and support groups).

Peer Support Works. A growing body of research demonstrates the impact of peer support. Learn More. Join the NAPS Community. NAPS is a community where peer supporters work together to learn, grow, and advocate for the profession.

Join Today. Learn and Grow. WRAP and Peer Support is not about being given answers, but rather about finding answers that work for each of us as individuals. Therefore, this book contains many, many discussion topics, suggestions for role plays, and even walks you step-by-step through the process of developing a WRAP using Peer Support strategies.

Peer Support is a rapidly growing workforce. This evidence-based practice improves outcomes and quality of life and reduces hospitalizations and cost of services for consumers. Through its focus on empowerment, mutuality, and the whole person, it has the power to fundamentally change how we approach and engage people around their mental health and wellbeing.

Peer Specialist Toolkit Implementing Peer Support Services in VHA This document is a collaborative project between the VISN 1 New England MIRECC Peer Education Center, and the VISN 4 MIRECC Peer Resource Center.

Contributing authors: Matthew Chinman, Kevin Henze, and Patricia Sweeney. Edited by Sharon McCarthyFile Size: 1MB. the Peer Support Programme, the model developed at TCD is based on inclusiveness. Unlike other peer support programmes that offer training to prepare selected individuals to act as peer mentors, the TCD model works in reverse.

Recognising the importance of basic counselling skills and the benefitsFile Size: 1MB. The Charter of Peer Support was developed to ensure that peer support services are available to consumers and carers when and where it was needed.

Written by people with a lived experience of mental distress and recovery, the Charter outlines the growing evidence base for peer work, and calls for continued recognition and development of peer. r/Peer_Support_Work: A place to discuss Peer Support Work and Workers.

Posted by 2 months ago. Peer Support and Social Work "Ethics" I am a Certified Peer Support Specialist living in Western Pennsylvania. I have been working as a CPS for over 8 years.

I have been living with OCD for 40 years. Peer support might involve meeting in person or it might be something you access online – for example social media networks or communities dedicated to online support (such as Mind's Side by Side).

You might also use other ways of getting in touch, such as emails, phone calls or text messages. How does Peer-support work. Peer-support sessions are confidential, low-cost, low-commitment, educational conversations.

Peer-support is NOT therapy, I’m merely here as a friend and advisor. You lead the way. I will provide a safe-space for you to discuss your concerns, questions, or experiences. Welcome to the Peer Support Resources website!

This website was created as a way to share resources with those interested in understanding, implementing or working in peer-to-peer support roles (particularly those that exist within mental health services and/or that are intended for individuals who are or have experienced trauma, emotional distress, psychiatric diagnosis and other significant.Peer support workers may need to develop additional core competencies to provide services to specific groups who also share common experiences, such as family members.

The shared experience of being in recovery from a mental health and/or substance use condition or being a family member is the foundation on which the peer recovery support.Peer Respite Handbook: A Guide to Understanding, Supporting and Building Peer Respites. Understanding peer respite is the first key to ensuring that they are developed with integrity, well supported in the community, and accessible to all those who might want to use them.