The G.A.P. Network is happy to host the Peer Support Practice Model: Supervision Curriculum training. Facilitators from Prevention Action Alliance and Union County Mental Health and Recovery Board invite you to participate in this new and exciting training opportunity. The Peer Support Practice Model: Supervision Curriculum is a 3-day, eight-hour training for those in managerial roles. The purpose of this training is to address supervisory skills that will support the work of the Peer Support Professionals, including creating a supportive environment, maintaining fidelity and accountability to the PSP role, workplace wellness, and opportunities for growth and advancement. Supervision is a key component in the success of Peer Support Providers. Supervisors must employ a developmental approach that promotes the unique lived experience of the PSP and encourages ongoing professional development.
This training is only for those in leadership looking to support members of their team that have lived experiences and is limited to only 15 participants.