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Join us for the first Peer Leadership Institute Webinar for Supervisors:

Creating a welcoming environment for Peer Staff: Information and Resources for Supervisors and Administrators

on Wednesday, December 2 from Noon to 1:30 pm

Supervisors and administrators are invited to join us for this webinar as we discuss job descriptions, interview questions, ADA accommodations, training and tools, and so much more for peer staff. Peer Support Workers are a promising new addition to the evolving integrated care workforce and studies suggest that adding peer support staff can improve patient outcomes and help reduce overall costs. As with any new type of position or staff, supervisors and administrators may have questions about how best to hire, train, supervise, utilize, and bill for this new role.

 

Meeting location:

Solano County Events Center
601 Texas Street, Conference Room A
Fairfield, CA 94533 

Sign up for the next Peer Leadership Institute In-Person Training: Motivational Interviewing (MI): The Skills Peer Providers Need to Know!

Motivational Interviewing (MI) for Peers is a six-hour training designed to teach the fundamental concepts of MI specific to the needs of peer workers. Using examples from jobs familiar to peer workers – navigation, welcoming, linkage and advocacy – the training will address the primary philosophy and approach to the practice.  Concepts and skills covered include: understanding the necessary attitude and approach for successful engagement; processes of MI; and the core interaction techniques. Additionally, peer workers will receive skills on recognizing, eliciting and working with “change talk” and how to use “change talk” for better patient/consumer outcomes.

Documents available for download:

Meeting location:

North Coast Builder’s Exchange 1030 Apollo Way
Santa Rosa, CA 95407 

Sign up for the next Peer Leadership Institute In-Person Training: Motivational Interviewing (MI): The Skills Peer Providers Need to Know!

Motivational Interviewing (MI) for Peers is a six-hour training designed to teach the fundamental concepts of MI specific to the needs of peer workers. Using examples from jobs familiar to peer workers – navigation, welcoming, linkage and advocacy – the training will address the primary philosophy and approach to the practice.  Concepts and skills covered include: understanding the necessary attitude and approach for successful engagement; processes of MI; and the core interaction techniques. Additionally, peer workers will receive skills on recognizing, eliciting and working with “change talk” and how to use “change talk” for better patient/consumer outcomes.

 

 

 

Documents available for download:

Peer Certification Overview (Webinar#3)

https://youtu.be/xNoErMPL8cg

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