6 edition of Peer programs found in the catalog.
Judith A. Tindall
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Judith A. Tindall and David Black.|
|Contributions||Black, David, 1947 Mar. 24-|
|LC Classifications||BF637.C6 T557 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008021685|
engage in culturally responsive, trauma-informed peer support relationships with women trauma survivors. As a peer supporter, you may work or participate in a variety of roles and settings. For example, you may offer peer support services as paid staff or as a volunteer in mainstream behavioral health programs, or in independent peer-run programs. Peer counselors help fill the gaps in the mental health system by leading peer support recovery groups. The peer counselor certification process varies by state. As of September , 36 states had training and certification programs for peer counselors, according to a .
Building Eff ective Peer Mentoring Programs in Schools 3 While other peer programs may include elements of mentoring, cross-age peer mentoring is most defined by the emphasis on the match. The relation-ship between mentor and mentee is the primary focus. The program’s goals, objectives, and desired outcomes are achieved through the. peer to peer free download - Peer, Peer to Peer Networking Tips and Tricks, Peer Organizer, and many more programs.
This book highlights a neglected area in the field of rehabilitation of female offenders with AIDS. It provides data to show how women, working as HIV peer educators in prison, utilize their peer experiences as a transition point for rehabilitation both inside and outside of the : Springer-Verlag New York. "This book fills a huge gap that hitherto existed in the examination of peer supervision and in that sense, it is long overdue and welcomed. It is a serious piece of work and comes with a sort of health warning: ‘we recommend this book as a resource for training programs and peer learning groups’.
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Developing Peer Support Protocols. Collaborating with Existing Peer Support Programs in the Community. Starting a peer support program involves thinking about the kinds of support that people need, and how your programs can address those needs.
Doing so requires attention to the needs and strengths of your organization, the target population. Phenomenal book, which describes incredible benefits of peer advisory groups as means of lifting leadership: how extraordinary people asking Peer programs book questions can produce extraordinary results.
The peer-to-peer advise is a mind opening ceremony not just at a CEO level but all levels of management/5(71). Arts Peer Academic Coaches (APAC) A team of upper-year Arts students who coach their peers on academic skills and tasks.
LFS Academic and Career Engagement (ACE) Team. Peer programs book 20 Best Peer to Peer (P2P) File Sharing Programs and. Such core values, the book suggests, distinguish peer-run programs from the professional services that have long dominated the mental health system.
In contrast to the dry, clinical reports that make up much of the current literature, this book is written "from the inside out" and, for the most part, by the people who developed the programs and Cited by: PEER — the one your peers say is “closest to the boards” If you want your practice and study experience to be like the real thing, PEER is the EM board prep resource you should trust.
Learn More Free Pretest. “Can I try it before I buy it?” Yes. Take the Pretest — it’s free. You’ll get. A peer support specialist has lived experience with mental health issues. They use that experience (and professional training) to guide others to recovery. Peer Mentor Component Beginning in FallPeer Mentoring became an integrated part of the program.
Peer Mentors facilitate student learning in their programs, and special training sessions are held for them before the academic year begins and during the year.
Research shows that peers play a crucial role in student success. Most interventions for at-risk youth are group based. Yet, research indicates that young people often learn to become deviant by interacting with deviant peers.
In this important volume, leading intervention and prevention experts from psychology, education, criminology, and related fields analyze how, and to what extent, programs that aggregate deviant youth actually promote problem behavior.
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UCLA PEERS® CLINIC. The Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills (PEERS®) is world-renowned for providing evidence-based social skills treatment to preschoolers, adolescents, and young adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, depression, and other socio-emotional problems.
PEER CERTIFICATION: W HAT ARE WE WAITING FOR. dvocacy Evaluation. nclusion. xamining the Opportunities, Barriers, and Precedents for the Officia l Recognition and Certification of Peer Specialists in California.
S PO Box Sacramento, CA fax F. ebruary Whether you are responsible for planning, implementing, and evaluating peer and prevention programs or simply an outside consultant or evaluator, this book will be an essential guide for your work.
This user-friendly training manual provides a Price: $ This book will help you learn to, or strengthen your ability to, arrange and implement mental health and whole health training, programs, seminars, workshops, and groups founded on peer support. It will also empower you as a participant in peer support, both individually and in groups.
Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills (PEERS ®) is a week evidence-based social skills intervention for motivated adolescents in middle school or high school who are interested in learning ways to help them make and keep friends. During each group session adolescents are taught important social skills and are given.
Peer Run Programs. History of Peer Services Peer services would not exist today without the efforts of Judi Chamberlain, who in began working for the rights This book became the text for the psychiatric survivor movement. History of Peer Services In File Size: KB.
Description of Resource: The Peer Mentoring Handbook, developed by the Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern Pennsylvania, gives the year old mentor an overview of what to expect when serving as a peer mentor to a younger student or Handbook also includes recommended practices for establishing and maintaining a quality, high impact peer mentoring relationship.
Access & Inclusion Peer Programs is a mentorship program for students from historically underrepresented and marginalized communities. We offer academic, career, wellness and social supports that foster a sense of belonging and community.
We also help students avoid and navigate barriers to access, inclusion and success at U of T. Purpose The purpose of the Recovery to Practice Next Steps training is to bring together peer support providers from a variety of places (geography, philosophy, training, lived experiences, educational backgrounds, and perspectives) to share the richness of their lived experiences as peer providers, learn with and from each other, and come to a common understanding.
Step by Step to Peer Health Education Programs book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for : Malcolm Goldsmith. "On Our Own, Together looks in depth at eight successful peer-run programs for adults with serious mental illness. The book grew out of a meeting that led off a nationwide study to assess not only the effectiveness of consumer-operated services programs but also their implications for the future of mental health care in the United States."--Jacket.Teaching Students to Be Peer Mediators David W.
Johnson, Roger T. Johnson, Bruce Dudley and Robert Burnett While traditional discipline procedures—from expulsion to scolding—teach students to depend on authority figures to resolve conflicts, the Peacemaker Program teaches children how to mediate disputes and negotiate solutions themselves.ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: Peer counseling.
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