Peer Supervision within the Recovery Oriented Services of Care (ROSC)/Behavioral Health Field
by Exponents and FOR-NY; Facilitated by Lori Drescher & Keith Greer
“Lori and Keith continue to highlight the needs for the specialized focus on quality peer supervision.”
- Paul J., Addiction Therapist
“Very Informative if you are looking for more insight on how to become a more confident Peer Supervisor. Lots of insight provided that you won’t find in a text book.”
- Leah M., Vocational Therapist
A comprehensive protocol for peer supervision and standards emphasizing 20 SUD Peer Supervisory Competencies.
The provision of excellent supervision is arguably the most important aspect of enhancing and sustaining your peer program, allowing for the most effective integration of Peer Recovery Professionals into your agency setting. Good supervision allows Peer Recovery Professionals to identify and grow their unique strengths, effectively address areas for improvement, and truly flourish in their professional lives. Research also suggests that it contributes to staff retention.
Utilizing a series of professionally accepted Core Competencies for both Peer Recovery Professionals and Peer Supervisors as an overarching instructional foundation, this highly interactive and skills based training will focus on:
Role Clarity - The Lane of the Peer Recovery Professional
Theories and Models of Supervision
The Supervisory Alliance
Modalities, Methods and Techniques of Supervision
Differences in Clinical Supervision vs. Peer Supervision
Practice Dimensions of Peer Recovery Coaching
Supporting the Creation of Basic Coaching Skills
Potential Ethical Issues specific to Peer Recovery Specialists
This training will equip you with the required skills to lead your agency in the successful integration and professional development of your Peer Recovery Professional staff!!
“People don't recover in treatment (though this is often where recovery is initiated); they recover in their communities.
Become a recovery warrior and help end the stigma of addiction
and shine the light on recovery!
People DO recover! Be part of the solution!”
2 Day (12 Hrs.) Peer Supervision Training Dates:
Rochester: July 22 & 23 (Mon-Tues)
Rochester: Oct. 1 & 2 (Tues-Wed)
Rochester: Dec. 16 & 17 (Mon-Tues)
Time: 9 - 4:00 pm
Cost: $350 /person
Hours: 12 (2 days)
Rochester Location: ArtisanWorks, Gallery Q; 565 Blossom Road, Rochester, NY 14610
Buffalo Location: Save the Michaels House of Hope, 737 Delaware Ave; Buffalo, 14209
Fee: Includes handouts and materials, certificate, and AM/PM snack; lunch is on your own.
CEUs: Approved by OASAS for CASAC Section (3); CPP (3); CPS (3) OR Renewal
PAYMENT IN FULL IS DUE IMMEDIATELY, please mail payment to:
22 Upton Park
Rochester, NY 14607
Or pay via PayPal - see registration form.
Your registration is guaranteed/confirmed once payment is received. Thank you!
Workshop Topics Included in the 30-hour RCA Program
Recovery - Core Values & Principles
Spectrum of Attitudes
Recovery Coach 'Lane' vs. Counselor & Sponsor
Stigmas & Labels
Story & Issues of Self Disclosure
Stages of Recovery
Pathways of Recovery
Stages of Change
Culture & Culture Competence
Power & Privilege
Recovery Capital - Resource Development
Spirituality vs. Religion
Ethics & Boundaries