Peer Support & Recovery Coaching

Proven tools for mutual aid

 

 

Audience

Anyone with lived experience of struggle or supporting others through it who want to get better at it

NB an extended (five day) version of this course (“Evidence Based Peer Support”) has been piloted within the NHS with great feedback

 

 

What will you get out of it?

  • Skills for looking after your own health that you can use to help others
  • Compassionate ways to help people find out what matters and how they can move towards it
  • Creative solutions to help people recognise ‘stuckness’ and consider engaging in behavioural change
  • Enhancing Social Capital and Ways to Wellbeing
  • Facilitating post-traumatic growth and scaling up confidence and motivation
  • Sustainable reinforcement and appreciative inquiry for moving on with hope

 

Feedback

It was great, two fabulous tutors – bring them back please!

Thanks this has been really great: informative, challenging, and really useful in both professional and personal development

Found it very useful – we used the techniques and helped eachother

Humour great – helped to embed points made

Workshop helped me to clarify my own values

Really enjoyable 2 days with lots of good exercises

Very interesting and well delivered. All questions were answered.

Overall very good – confirmed and enhanced the practices I already employ

Very well facilitated

I thoroughly enjoyed this workshop. The tools and skills will definitely be of use

Workshop leaders were very good at what they do and knew their stuff

Training was really good – I really liked that lots of different techniques were covered – it was as useful for me [clinical supervisor] as it was for PSWs

9/10

Trainer was very good at talking through things as we went along

I feel I got a lot from this training, I found it useful both professionally and personally

Most things had a practical exercise attached to them – it helped me to apply things better

Thought Mat got all his points across in a very clear manner

Helped me think about the other ways I could work with young people

You will receive:

• Access to demonstrations of the specific clinical techniques that make up the approach, and the chance to practice them yourselves

• Learn via a wide range of experiential exercises, clinical role plays, group discussions, guided practice and video demonstration

• Action planning: resources for making use of techniques in your work including client worksheets

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Upcoming Events

When: Tuesday, 21 November 2017 from 09:30 to 16:00 (GMT) Where: A G Palmer HouseMorrell CrescentLittlemoreOX4 4SU OxfordUnited Kingdom Hosted By: Recovery Research Network http://www.researchintorecovery.com/rrn Register for this event now at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/recovery-research-network-autumn-2017-tickets-36276872101?aff=rss Event Details: Theme: Poverty and Social Inequality  0930 Re [...]