Video Resources

This page contains video resources that may be used for training and inspiration.

A Definition of Peer Supporters

~DavidBarker

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wz1Dlzp8Dd0&feature=youtu.be

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A Certified Peer Specialist’s Story
(Gina Calhoun-Heller and Scott Heller)

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http://vimeo.com/92155934



Philadelphia Testimonials

The following videos were recorded during the 6th Annual National Peer Specialist Conference in Philadelphia in 2012.


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Kenya Howard, CPS

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– interviewed by Lori Ashcraft at the PRA Annual Conference 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6YNiDfcgUE&feature=youtu.be


 

RECOVERY TO PRACTICE

A Multidisciplinary Practice
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For more about Recovery to Practice, visit the Recovery to Practice main site:
For more about the International Association of Peer Supporters involvement, visit the Recovery to Practice for Peer Supporters section on this site.

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Testimonials of Hope
http://www.optum.com/landing/testimonial-video-directory.html

Video Stories of Hope

The power to change. To overcome problems. To find a better way. To live a happier life. Recovery and resiliency are series of small steps. Each one is part of a journey and each should be appreciated.

To help community support organizations and peer support groups address the stigma of mental health that can hinder people from seeking needed treatment, we offer the (linked) video testimonials by real consumers sharing their experiences in treatment and how they have benefited from peer support. These heart-felt stories offer encouragement and hope, and demonstrate that people in recovery can and do live fulfilling lives.

By downloading these video files for use on your websites, you can give your participants the opportunity to listen to, and draw strength and comfort from, these real stories from individuals in recovery that inspire hope.

Note: Please select the WMV files if you wish to download and view the videos using Windows Media Player. Please select the FLV files if you intend to embed the videos on your organization’s website.

These video clips are meant ONLY for community consumer support organizations and peer support groups for educational and non-commercial use. Optum will not be held liable for any errors, damage, or other unexpected events resulting from the use of this site or content.


Singing in the Key of Hope: featuring Antonio Lambert
http://thinkbeautifulminds.wordpress.com/2013/04/02/singing-in-the-key-of-hope

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The odds were stacked against Antonio Lambert from the start. As a child in Portsmouth, Virginia, he was sexually and emotionally abused. Neglected by his family, he grew into a street-toughened gang member with a driving need for drugs.

By the time he was 17, Antonio had been shot nine times and sentenced to 22 years in prison, where a doctor diagnosed him with depression. After 16 years of incarceration, he emerged feeling lost, hopeless, and desperate to find drugs. He found them—but the high never lasted long enough.

Antonio Lambert is a Recovery to Practice trainer, keynote presenter, and motivational speaker. To view his New York Times story and video, visit:  http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/science/lives-restored-series.html#/antonio-lambert


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DBSA Video Award winners can be found here: http://www.facingus.org/media


BeyondNuclear

Beyond Nuclear – Having a Bipolar Child (True Child Within)

Documentary Trailer


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