Brought to You By:
The Advocacy Initiative Network of Maine,
The Consumer Council System of Maine, and
The Peer Support Specialists Network of Maine
The goal of this training is to provide peer supporters — both male and female — with the understanding, tools, and resources needed to engage in culturally responsive, trauma-informed peer support relationships with women.
Presented By: Mike Skinner and
Julia Tripp, NCTIC consultants
Download the guide as a single file (8MB) or chapter by chapter through the link below.
One Day Training Being Offered on Two Separate Days
At Club Calumet, Augusta, October 21 & 22, 2015
9:30 – 4:30
As space is limited, preference is given to:
- 1) Peer Support Specialists currently working in the field.
- 2) Peer Support Specialist, certified and seeking work.
- 3) Graduates of the CIP program seeking certification
Training will count as a CEU for the CIPS program.
There will be additional opportunities to attend a Trauma-Informed Peer Support Training in the coming year.
Complete your application on line and email to email@example.com, or mail your completed application to CCSM, 55 Middle St, Suite 2, Augusta, ME 04330 BY September 30th, 2015 !! A confirmation of your reservation will be emailed to you.
National Center for Trauma Informed Care (NCTIC)
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM DIRECTORS
AND A GRANT FROM