What do you want to learn today?

  
Recently Viewed
Intentional Peer Support – A Different Kind of Relationship $20.00
Addiction
 

Intentional Peer Support – A Different Kind of Relationship

The goal of intentional peer support is to build mutually transformative relationships. The process starts with your first meeting, or “first contact.” A growing number of peer supporters are being hired today alongside traditional behavioral health providers, psychiatrists, social workers, and therapists. It is important to know what makes peer support relationships different from the relationships between clinicians and their clients. The objective of this course is to introduce you to the basic characteristics and tasks of intentional peer support, as well as to the practice of building intentional, mutual peer relationships.
ITEM: #178884
$20.00
Intentional Peer Support – A Different Kind of Relationship
VisaMasterCardDiscoverAmerican Express Seperator4 Seperator5 CEBroker
Copyright, Relias Learning LLC, All Rights Reserved