Boundaries for Peers and Other Lived-Experience Professionals

Green Clock Hours: 0.50

Peer support specialists and other lived-experience professionals provide a unique and invaluable service to health and human services settings. These individuals can draw on their own experiences with recovery from behavioral health challenges to inspire others, model effective coping, and support engagement in services. Although boundaries remain a key element of a safe treatment relationship, the nature of boundaries differs for peer support specialists compared to licensed clinicians. This course will discuss ways that you, as a peer support specialist or other lived-experience professional, can keep effective boundaries with those you serve.

The goal of this course is to assist non-licensed direct care staff in behavioral health settings with establishing and maintaining boundaries with clients.



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Course Description

Peer support specialists and other lived-experience professionals provide a unique and invaluable service to health and human services settings. These individuals can draw on their own experiences with recovery from behavioral health challenges to inspire others, model effective coping, and support engagement in services. Although boundaries remain a key element of a safe treatment relationship, the nature of boundaries differs for peer support specialists compared to licensed clinicians. This course will discuss ways that you, as a peer support specialist or other lived-experience professional, can keep effective boundaries with those you serve.

The goal of this course is to assist non-licensed direct care staff in behavioral health settings with establishing and maintaining boundaries with clients.



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