Supervision Videos and Resources

The following videos and resources are provided for continuing learning in the Academy of Peer Services series on Supervision of Peer Specialists.

Like us or post a comment in the Supervisor Forum at the bottom of the page if you find any or all of these resources helpful!


New York City Peer and Community Health Worker Workforce Consortium Resources


Toolkit for Supporting Peers and Community Health Workers in their Roles

— An Organizational Self-Assessment and Toolkit of Resources developed by the New York City Peer and Community Health Worker Workforce Consortium

To learn more about the New York City Peer and Community Health Worker Workforce Consortium and the toolkit, send email to academy.virtual.community@gmail.com


International Association of Peer Supporters Resources

To learn more about the International Association of Peer Supporters, visit their website or send email to info@inaops.org.


Ask the Supervisor
(2018 APS Virtual Community Webinar Series)

  • Ask the Supervisor Part 1, with Gita Enders, Jonathan Enders, and Yumi Ikuta – View Recording
  • Ask the Supervisor Part 2, with Tony Trahan, Gita Enders, Scott McDonald, and Celia Brown – View Recording

What Providers Want to Know about Peer Services
(2019 APS Virtual Community Webinar Series)

  • What Providers Want to Know Part 1, with Yumi Ikuta and Lori AshcraftView Recording
  • What Providers Want to Know Part 2, with Yumi Ikuta, Lori Ashcraft, Isaac Brown, and LaVerne MillerView Recording

Supervision Toolkit (BRSS TACS)

To access supervision guidelines developed by SAMHSA’s BRSS TACS Initiative, click here.

 


SUPERVISOR FORUM

Like or share your thoughts about the resources.
Add comments about the scenarios in the Supervision Track courses or just share your experiences with supervision below.

One thought on “Supervision Videos and Resources

  1. RitaC August 16, 2019 / 1:24 am

    SUPERVISOR FORUM – Like us or share your thoughts about the resources. If you’re taking courses in the Supervision Track, use this space to discuss the supervision scenarios.

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