Iowa Peer Network - Virtual

Event Series Study Group

Study Group

Iowa Peer Network - Virtual through Zoom

Are you studying for the Peer Recovery Specialist certification exam? Curious and want to keep your skills sharp?  Join our study group!

Event Series Supervision

Meeting of Peer Supervisors

Iowa Peer Network - Virtual through Zoom

This group is for supervisors of Peer Support, Family  Peers, and Recovery Coaches to support each other.  It meets every other month on the first Thursday.

Monthly Workshop – Peer Support in Emergency Response

Iowa Peer Network - Virtual through Zoom

Join our conversation with Tamara Nuñez and Rod Courtney as they describe their work to integrate peer support with emergency services in their local areas.

Monthly Workshop – Ethics

Iowa Peer Network - Virtual through Zoom

Ethics is not just about rules, but thinking through the consequences and alternatives so that we can create the safest and most equitable environment we can.

Monthly Workshop – Trauma-Informed Care

Iowa Peer Network - Virtual through Zoom

Trauma-informed care challenges the way systems are set up in order to create safety through empowerment, trust, and personal choice.  What do we notice about the mental health system that we would like to see change?  How can we be the first steps of that change?

Supervision

Iowa Peer Network - Virtual through Zoom

Monthly Workshop - Supervision We found at the Peer Support Summit that 45% of the supervisors in attendance were also Peer Support or Recovery Coaches themselves.  That means we are moving up in career building!  It also means we need to talk about how to best supervise a team of Peer Support Specialists.  How is supervising Peer Support different than…

Borderline Personality, AKA Emotional Intensity Disorder

Iowa Peer Network - Virtual through Zoom

Monthly Workshop - Borderline Personality, AKA Emotional Intensity Disorder Many Peer Support ask about borderline personality. What is it? It is also sometimes referred to as emotional intensity disorder, because people with this diagnosis often have big emotions. Sometimes those big emotions come through as anger at the helper, which can lead us to be unsure what to do to…

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