When and where did peer support begin?
How did it develop in the U.S.?
These are just two of the many questions that will be addressed by Larry Davidson, Ph.D., Director of the Program for Recovery and Community Health at Yale University. Davidson, a person with lived experience, is more than a casual historian and his presentations on this topic have captured the attention of audiences throughout the U.S. and abroad
This is a presentation no one in the mental health or addictions fields will want to miss! Davidson’s presentations are never “dry” and his expert knowledge brings to life important aspects of peer support. You will be able to use the “chat” function during the webinar to ask questions of the presenter or share your thoughts with other participants.
Date: Friday, March 20, 2015
Time: Noon to 1 p.m. Eastern
(starts at 11 a.m. Central, 10 a.m. Mountain, 9 a.m. Pacific)
To join the online meeting (Now from mobile devices!):
- Go to: https://optum.webex.com/optum/j.php?MTID=m22433639368fa45e56ad0d33bd0be3b8
- If requested, enter your name and email address.
- When the “Join” button turns green, click on it.
(Note, you may have to refresh your screen a few minutes if you try to access it before the scheduled webinar.)
- When requested, enter your phone number (a single line phone without an extension). You will receive an immediate call back with instructions about how to join the audio portion of the webinar.
- Follow all screen and telephone instructions.
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This series of free webinars is made possible by Optum Behavioral Health Solutions, which provides technology and technical assistance.
Thank you Optum for your ongoing support of peer supporters!
Did you miss any of the previous webinars?
You can access the recordings or view the slides for early webinars (before they were recorded) by clicking PAST WEBINARS.