10 Session Online Course (twice a week for 5 weeks)
$375.00 plus gst/hst
February 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, March 1, 2, 8, 9
Time 4:30pm - 6:30pm CST
Family Recovery Definition
“The idea of recovery is approached from a slightly different perspective. The family member strives to recover from the emotional turmoil, grief and/or fatigue that may result from caring for someone with a mental health challenge or illness. The family member’s path to their own mental wellness or recovery is likely to be enhanced by a better understanding of their loved one’s illness and through the development of more effective coping skills. Greater confidence, accepting the situation, and having hope for their loved one will help them to be more effective caregivers and supporters, while also helping them to sustain their own wellbeing. We refer to this as having achieved a level of readiness.”
MHCC Guidelines for the Practice and Training of Peer Support
The training is a comprehensive, interactive and practical training program for partners, parents, siblings, caregivers and peer supporters who want to be facilitators of peer support groups for supporters, caregivers, family members (whatever your preference of calling it is).
We have designed the training to maximize your learning through the use of many teaching modalities.
We will be using videos, slides, dialogue, interactive exercises and breakout rooms to fully equip you to provide valuable peer support group facilitation after this training.
Our job is to provide the opportunity for you to become great facilitator both online and in person.
It is up to you how you walk into that opportunity.
Recovery and Wellbeing
Peer Support Fundamentals
Self-Care for Facilitators
Supporting with Understanding
Community of Practice
Topics for Support Groups and Workshops
Pulling it all together