2-DAY FREE VIRTUAL SUPERVISION SUMMIT
March 15 & March 22, 2024
9 am – 4 pm (Eastern)
The Peer Support Services Technical Assistance Center (PeerTAC) is excited to offer a free Virtual 2-Day Summit for Supervisors of Peer Support Services. Join us to learn more about approaches, tools, and strategies that can increase the effectiveness of your supervision of Peer Support Specialists/Advocates across the lifespan.
This Summit is intended for supervisors, non-peer co-workers, and leaders in the behavioral health peer workforce across New York state. You will gain wisdom from accomplished leaders and innovators in supervision grounded in practical wisdom and mutual peer support values. Be prepared to have frank supervisor-to-supervisor discussions on improving the practice of supervision of the peer support workforce.
If you are a CEO, Executive Director, or Organizational Business Leader, the morning of Day 1 (March 15) of the Summit offers a Leadership Forum designed specifically for you. Our opening keynote is a nationally recognized CEO and consultant in the inclusion of peer support services in a wide range of organizations. Following the keynote, the presenter will join two experienced colleagues in leading an interactive forum focused on how peer support offers unique opportunities for your business along with solutions to some of the most common challenges. It is a discussion you won’t want to miss!
A preliminary schedule is now available: Click here
(Click one or both dates below to register)
(Deadline to register 12:00 Noon on March 14)
(Deadline to register 12:00 Noon on March 21)
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- Deepen your knowledge of how to supervise billable Peer Support Services while upholding the core values and guiding principles of Peer Specialists/Advocates across the lifespan.
- Gain wisdom, guidance, and practical ideas from practitioners in the community of Supervisors of Peer Support Services.
- Join organizational leaders in listening forums and participatory workshops to identify and implement strategies for the successful supervision of Peer Support Services.
- Collaborate with program leaders and supervisors to find solutions to resolve supervision challenges.