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Recovery Training and Introduction to Peer Support Principles for Service Providers

April 27, 2018 at 10:10 AM

From Grow Event Partners

Recovery Training and Introduction to Peer Support Principles for Service Providers

This 5-day training will support you to work with individuals who face a variety of challenges in an engaging and hopeful manner. You will learn a variety of specific skills that will support increased hope among the people you serve. 

Additionally, this training will focus on building trusting relationships with your clients, as well as elsewhere in your life. You will expand your understanding of communication using the Empowerment Model. 

The most important tool for use in human services is being fully present with the people you serve. This training will refocus your self-belief, develop your person-centred skills, and help you develop relationship building skills that will transform the outcomes of your services. We will provide you with tools you can use and that have real world application. 

Who should attend

This training is for team members who may be new to recovery and peer support roles, and is designed to give them an understanding of the concepts, and provide them with the skills to enable them to be more effective in their roles. 

The training is not ‘sector specific’ so has equal application in mental health, disability, justice or wider social service roles.

Dates and Locations

Auckland - Monday 11th- Friday 15th June - CCS Disability Action Meeting Rooms, Yarnton House

Wellington & Christchurch dates – TBC

Click here for more information.

Category: Training