The PEER Center is excited to offer five more opportunities to get your ethics training hours for recertification ” Ethics & Boundaries While Delivering Peer Services” Thanks to a partnership with OhioMHAS
Our mission is to increase the skills, knowledge, and attitudes of Peer Recovery Supporters in Ohio, and beyond by providing thoughtfully investigated information; skill building opportunities in a safe, engaging, virtual environment that lends to direct and indirect learning to increase development as professionals.
Ethics & Boundaries While Delivering Peer Support
Click on the link to register. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining.
We suggest saving this information in your calendar so that you will only have to click on the link the day of training.
There are five opportunities to participate. Each occurrence will have the same information during each symposium.
It is not necessary to attend multiple classes.
Dates are as follows:
April 22, 2022
May 20, 2022
June 17, 2022
July 15, 2022
A certificate of attendance will be offered 3-5 business days after submittal of the evaluation for those who attend the full session.
Please note: Per our funding guidance, you will need to be visible for the duration of the symposium. We will not break for lunch. Plan accordingly.
The P.E.E.R. Center is excited to partner with Catholic Charities Diocese of Cleveland to bring a workshop that focuses on advancing Peer Recovery Support skills for multiple workplace settings.
The MAX Peer Recovery Supporter Workforce Development
2-day workshop will be held April 7th & 8th 9:45-2:30
(May include a working lunch and small breaks).
This is a free event, but you must register.
It will be held at the Whitehall Library
4445 E Broad St, Columbus, OH 43213
Trainer: David Monter, LSW, CPRS-S of Catholic Charities Diocese of Cleveland will be providing the education for the session. Topics covered over the two days include:
· Working in Hospital ED, Courts and other non-traditional settings
· Professionalism and working on an integrated healthcare team
· Engaging Clients: Rapport Building, Active Listening, telling your story
· Client Motivation for Recovery
· Crisis, Trauma and Mental Health
· Initial Engagement and Follow-Up
· Planning and Documentation
· Safety, Boundaries & Self-Care
Click the link below to register. Consider canceling if you find that you cannot attend so that another can attend.
Each day provides 4 hours of training totaling 8 (CEU’s). To receive all available CEU’s, plan to stay for the entire training. Space is limited. Only 20 slots are available for this in person workshop. If you have questions, contact Jackie Doodley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614.453.4831