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Trauma Informed Peer Support

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N. Central/Moses Lake The Trauma-Informed Peer Support Workshop explores the elements of safety, transparency, reciprocal and collaborative relationships, cultural considerations and personal exploration to find the meaning each of us attach to our experiences of trauma and loss. It explains how the peer relationship is key to recovery from trauma and challenges in each of us to discover our own Next Steps. The training is interactive, engaging and a critical tool for peer support specialists. It Is based on real…

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Ethics & Boundaries for Peer Support Counselors

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Keys to Success: Ethics and Boundaries for Peer Support Counselors is a free, dynamic, interactive workshop designed for Peer Support Counselors in any role. The content is largely based on the International Association of Peer Specialists document, National Ethical Guidelines and Practice Standards. Participants will come away with a clear understanding of the ethics, guidelines, and boundaries that are essential to their profession. For more information or to register, please CLICK HERE.

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Documentation for Peer Support Counselors

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Certified Peer Counselors must document their work, but that documentation must be done in a way that is consistent with their unique role. This workshop helps peer support workers understand requirements of Medicaid and the Washington Administrative Codes, focusing on the type of documentations most often required by CPCs. Expect a simple but thorough method, with lots of practice. For more information or to register, please CLICK HERE.

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Trauma-Informed Peer Support

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Place: Lewis County The Trauma-Informed Peer Support Workshop explores the elements of safety, transparency, reciprocal and collaborative relationships, cultural considerations and personal exploration to find the meaning each of us attach to our experiences of trauma and loss. It explains how the peer relationship is key to recovery from trauma and challenges in each of us to discover our own Next Steps. The training is interactive, engaging and a critical tool for peer support specialists. It Is based on real…

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De-escalation skills for CPCs *NEW*

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Place: Spokane County The De-Escalation curriculum is founded upon the fundamental concepts of respect, support, prevention, and the mutual relationship. Peers will be provided with an array of effective non-violent skills that are designed to promote person-centered and recovery-based approaches. Peers will leave the workshop with skills and strategies for supporting someone whose behavior may escalate, while preserving the helping alliance. For more information or to register, CLICK HERE. For a full schedule of Holding the Hope 2018 Certified Peer Counselor Training…

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Documentation for Peer Support Counselors

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N. King County Certified Peer Counselors must document their work, but that documentation must be done in a way that is consistent with their unique role. This workshop helps peer support workers understand requirements of Medicaid and the Washington Administrative Codes, focusing on the type of documentations most often required by CPCs. Expect a simple but thorough method, with lots of practice. For more information, please CLICK HERE. For a full schedule of Holding the Hope 2018 Certified Peer Counselor Training Opportunities,…

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Co-occurring Disorders Training for Peer Support Counselors

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Co-occurring Disorders Training for Peer Support Counselors is interactive and provides useful tools for Peer Counselors working with people who experience co-occurring disorders – the coexistence of both a mental health and a substance use disorder. Seating is limited, pre-registration is required. Employed certified peer specialists will be given first priority. For more information, click here.

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