Peer Recovery Support Series, Part 4: Peer Supervision: Leadership and Lived Experience
THIS EVENT IS HOSTED BY: NAADAC
The approach to supervising peer support workers is, to say the least, inconsistent across the country. Peer Support services are provided from the perspective of shared experience and mutual understanding. However, oftentimes we lose the spirit of equality and mutuality at the level of supervision. Lived experience, supervision, and leadership should be connected when developing and implementing the supervision of peer workers. In this presentation, participants will be introduced to peer supervision, supervisor ethics, and the role that lived experience plays in supervision, workforce development, and program implementation.