Recovery-oriented Behavioral Healthcare Webinar Series
July 27, - September 3, 2015
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) RTP initiative has collaborated with professional organizations in addiction counseling, peer support, psychiatric nursing, psychiatry, psychology, and social work to develop six discipline-focused curricula on recovery-oriented practices. This webinar series will draw from these exciting materials, making the RTP principles accessible to all behavioral and general health practitioners working in multidisciplinary and integrated practice settings.
Speakers from multiple disciplines will present an interdisciplinary introduction to recovery-oriented practice. The introduction will deliver pragmatic content to supervisors, decision makers, educators, researchers, practitioners, and students across disciplines in behavioral and primary health settings. Register now to explore how recovery oriented practice can enhance both the delivery and the experience of quality care.
- July 27 - Recovery and Recovery-Oriented Care: Foundations and Future Considerations
- July 29 - Healthcare Reform and Recovery
- August 3 - Culturally Competent Care in Recovery-oriented Settings
- August 5 - Including Family and Community in the Recovery Process
- August 10 - Peer Services: Creating an Environment for Success
- August 12 - Evidence-based Practice and Recovery-oriented Care
- August 17 - Building Recovery-oriented Systems
- August 19 - Whole Health and Recovery
- August 26 - The Role of Medication and Shared Decision Making in Recovery
- August 31 - Partnership, Engagement and Person-Centered Care
- September 2 - RTP Applications: Incorporating Recovery-oriented Practice Competencies in Practitioner Training
- September 3 - Integration of Medical and Recovery Models
Recovery to Practice: http://www.samhsa.gov/recovery-to-practice
The Pennsylvania Peer Support Coalition is a statewide network of people who use their own experiences with mental health to support others. All Coalition members are people who use peer support skills to inspire hope that recovery from mental illness is possible.
We believe that everyone who offers peer support to others deserves support too. The Coalition offers this support. We provide trainings and education about peer support and recovery, and we help create peer support networking groups. We also advocate for the needs of people who provide peer support.
Many of our members are Certified Peer Specialists who provide peer support professionally in mental health agencies. However, it is not necessary to be a Certified Peer Specialist to join the Coalition. We welcome anyone who uses their own mental health recovery experiences to support others.
Become a Member
To learn more about becoming a member of the Coalition, visit our Coalition Membership page.