Recovery Through Peer Support Curriculum
By Daniel Fisher, MD, PhD,
Training for peer coaches, family members and providers.
"Recovery through Peer Support" is a curriculum for consumers in training to become peer coaches, for consumers wishing to further their own recovery, for family members, and those wanting to assist another person in their development as a whole human being while learning new skills for promoting recovery. The curriculum describes the evolution of peer support by mental health consumers, gives concrete suggestions of ways to facilitate recovery by using the 10 major principles of recovery developed by NEC, and contains interviews with peer coaches describing their experiences. Written by authors with decades of experience in peer support and consumer movement.
This curriculum is part of NEC's PACE/Recovery Program. The curriculum contains:
- 38-page manual
- Two, 1-hour videos or DVD's
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