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Peer Support Working in Mental Health programme

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If you currently work in a peer support worker role or a family peer support worker role in the area of mental health this course will help develop your knowledge and skills in order to develop yourDCU practice as peer support workers in mental health inpatient and community settings.

This Certificate will help you enhance your existing strengths and skills so you can make a greater impact in your role. On this course you will examine the latest trends and developments nationally and internationally in recovery orientated mental health practice, explore the historical, statutory and policy framework in which the Irish Mental Health Service operates within, understand the core principles, competencies and practices of peer support working and the principles of the individualised nature of recovery and a person centred approach, engage in reflective practice, supervision and support structures to maintain fidelity to the role of professional peer support working.

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