Supervision and Support of Youth and Parent Peer Support Providers – Best Practices and Lessons from the Field
Source: National TTA Center for Child, Youth, and Family Mental Health (NTTAC)
Resource Type: Video or Webinar
Transformation Team Subjects: Community Wellness & Peer Supports
Key Topics: Peer Support, Program Development, Wraparound Supports, Youth Voice & Engagement
This is a recording of an interactive presentation and discussion about effective supervision and support for the youth-peer and parent-peer workforce. Presenters shared models of supervision, best practices in supervisory approaches, and strategies to use when youth peer support providers and parent peer support providers are working with the same families. Participants received tools and templates used in the field, as well as additional helpful resources.
- Learn about the scope of activities and roles for this unique workforce of youth and parent peer support providers.
- Gain a greater understanding of best practices in supervising youth and parent peer support providers, including effective supervisor approaches and coaching structures.
- Learn strategies from the field on how youth and parent peer support providers can work together to honor both the youth and parent voices within the family unit.