Peer Supervision Training within the Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) /Behavioral Health Field
This 2-day (12 Hour) course provides a comprehensive protocol for Peer Supervision standards which emphasize 20 Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Peer Supervisory Competencies. Trainees will develop an understanding of the role of Peer Recovery professionals, the responsibilities of a supervisor, and effective supervision strategies.
This training will be hosted by an agency in Levittown, NY, conveniently located in Nassau County (Long Island). Professionals from Nassau County, Suffolk County, Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, the Bronx, and Westchester County are invited to attend. Certificates of completion with re-credentialing hours for both CASAC (OASAS) and CRPA/CARC (NYCB) will be provided.
As a current or future supervisor of Recovery Peers, you want trainings where you’ll learn practical skills— not just theories. We’ve packed our trainings with skill-building information and exercises to help you learn how to create a work environment in which your staff are empowered and motivated.
Whether you’re introducing recovery concepts to your staff for the first time, or you’re a seasoned supervisor of Recovery Peers, this training is designed with you in mind.
RecoveryTech and TRB Connections are pleased to offer this 12 hour (2-Day) Peer Supervision training to Behavioral Health clinicians and Peer Recovery support supervisors/staff. This training is designed for professionals who will be supervising Recovery Coaches, Certified Recovery Peer Advocates, and Certified Addiction Recovery Coaches.
This course provides a comprehensive protocol for Peer Supervision standards which emphasize 20 Substance Use Disorder Peer Supervisory Core Competencies. Trainees will develop an understanding of the role of peer recovery professionals, the responsibilities of a supervisor, and effective supervision strategies.
• Introduction to Peer Recovery Support
• Ethics and Boundaries for Peer Recovery Supervisors
• Helpful Tips for Peer Recovery Supporters Entering the Workforce
• Health and Wellness in Peer Recovery Supervision
• Role Clarity - The Lane of the Peer Recovery Professional
• Theories and Models of Supervision
• The Supervisory Alliance
• Modalities, Methods and Techniques of Supervision
• Differences in Clinical Supervision vs. Peer Supervision
• Practice Dimensions of Peer Recovery Coaching
• Supporting the Creation of Basic Coaching Skills
• Potential Ethical Issues specific to Peer Recovery Specialists
- Tawana Rowser-Brown or Toby Haskins
- 516-847-4710 or 917-319-4117