Seattle – DBHR –
E&B in Peer Support
August 14 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
CONTINUING EDUCATION WORKSHOP FOR PEER SUPPORT SPECIALISTS
: Ethics & Boundaries in Peer Support
Ethics & Boundaries in Peer Support is a dynamic, interactive workshop designed for Peer Counselors in any role. The content is largely based on the International Association of Peer Specialists document, National Ethical Guidelines and Practice Standards. Participants will come away with a clear understanding of the ethics, guidelines and boundaries that are essential to their profession.
- ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Beth Handewith Gould is a Life Coach, Professional Trainer and dynamic Public Speaker. As owner of Greater Vision Life Coaching, her personal growth workshops and individual coaching sessions are known for life-changing results. Beth has over 20 years of corporate supervisory and management experience. She earned a BA with honors from the University of Pittsburgh.
Beth also works as a trainer of Peer Counselors for the State of Washington, and serves on the board of directors for Consumer Voices are Born (CVAB), and for the Skagit County PACT Team. In addition, she is working on the steering committee for the Northwest Peer Recovery Action Network. Beth is grateful that her own battle with mental illness has had such a profound effect on her life and has dedicated herself to helping people open to the greatest vision for their lives. She lives in Mount Vernon WA with her husband; enjoys three adult children and is managed by a brown dog, an orange cat and a lovely lady llamas.
Date: Wednesday, August 14th, 2017
Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Workshop
King County-Chinook Building
401 5th Avenue, Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98104
**Public transportation options: http://www.kingcounty.gov/about/contact-us/locations/Chinook.aspx
*Lunch will not be provided.
Seating is limited, pre-registration is required. Employed certified peer specialists will be given first priority. Please send questions to Odie Dalton at (908)484-4968 or email@example.com
Brought to you by:
Washington State Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR) & Holding the Hope