Peer Support 102 contains 9 standalone training modules that are offered throughout the year online. Space is limited in each class, registration is required.

 

Peer Leadership(PAL Project Training)
Course is design for the development and enhancement of individual and network peer leadership and advocacy skills. How do we get a seat at the table, have our voice be heard and create real change.
1 CEU

Advance Psychiatric Directives (PAL Project Training)
APD’s are an effective recovery tool for those with mental health challenges. Training provides detailed instruction for developing and registering an APD.
1 CEU

While our trauma is neither our identity nor our destiny, we often become imprisoned in the past and immobilized in our present when our experience of pain overwhelms our ability to overcome, inevitably inhibiting our hope and the possibility of future opportunity.  This 2-hour training focuses on the tools, skills, and best practices that are instrumental to intervening amid another’s crisis experience.  We learn how to divert others away from distressed thinking, and redirect them into a space of acceptance, awareness, and reflection that ignites hope, motivates self-empowerment, and inspires self-directed healing.
2 CEU

 
4 CEU
 
8 CEU
 
4 CEU
 
Cultivating Workforce Integrity
Cultivating and maintaining personal and professional integrity is imperative to the success and sustainability of the peer workforce. This PS102 segment returns CBHPSS to the foundations of peer-to-peer work by combining a review of the Model for Peer Support, tips and tricks to providing effective and HIPAA-compliant virtual support services, and best practices for clinical supervision. Additionally, the Workforce Integrity module highlights the importance of cultivating and enforcing healthy boundaries and promotes adherence to ethical standards that model personal recovery and establish the credibility required to develop professional sustainability and maintain the integrity of the CBHPSS workforce.
4 CEU
 

eCPR
eCPR is based on the principles found to be shared by several support approaches: trauma-informed care, counseling after disasters, peer support, emotional intelligence, suicide prevention, and cultural attunement. It was developed with input from individuals across the U.S., who have learned how to recover and grow from emotional crises. They have wisdom by the grace of first-hand experience.
16 CEU