CPS & CPPS Community of Practice

August 2022 CPS & CPPS Community of Practice

PART 2 with Vic Welle: “Putting Peer Support Values into Practice in Documentation

August 23rd, 2022 from 1:30pm-3pm CT

Description:

Part 2 with Vic Welle on documentation. How do we complete this required task while holding true to our peer support values?

On a tan background, written in a navy blue headline "August 2022 CPS & CPPS Community of Practice" is centered at the top. The title "Putting Peer Support Values into Pactice in Documentaion: Part 2 with Vic Welle" written in brown cursive letters is. On the left is a navy blue box with white text showing: "Join us: Tuesday, August 23rd at 1:30pm - 3:00pm; Register here: https://bit.ly/3oC3YRj. On the right, there is a smiling picture of Vic Welle, who is a white, non-binary person with black short hair, black framed black glasses and a black shirt sitting in front of a cream colored wall. On the bottom of the page is wicps.org/communities-of-practice and the WIPSEI logo.

Facilitator: Vic Welle (they/them) is a CPS, State of WI CPS Trainer, National IPS Trainer and Consultant

Victoria (Vic) Welle is peer support trainer who brings many years of experience providing peer support in diverse settings. Vic’s work experience includes community-based peer support, supervising peer supporters in a peer respite program, and working within the Comprehensive Community Services program in Wisconsin. Vic is a statewide trainer for the Wisconsin Peer Specialist Employment Initiative, a national trainer for Intentional Peer Support, and serves on the board of the peer-run organization Wisconsin Milkweed Alliance (WIMA).

 

Register here:

Putting Peer Support Values into Practice in Documentation” with Victoria (Vic) Welle

 

This Community of Practice is for people who can say both of the following:

1. I am a Certified Peer Specialist or Certified Parent Peer Specialist in Wisconsin.

2. I want to engage in a supportive, collaborative learning-based Community of Practice with other CPS and CPPS in Wisconsin.

 

Supervisors of CPS & CPPS Community of Practice

July 2022 – Supervisors of CPS & CPPS Community of Practice

“Peer Support Values and Documentation”

July 28, 2022 from 1:30 – 3:00 pm CT

On a blue background, written in a red headline "July 2022 Supervisors of CPS & CPPS Community of Practice" is centered at the top. The title "Peer Support Values & Documentation" written in cream cursive letters is splashed diagonally over two information boxes below them. On the right, mid-center, there is a golden box with blue text showing: "Join us: Thursday, July 28th at 1:30pm - 3:00 & Register here: http://bit.ly/3AHnnaN. On the left of the gold box, there is a smiling picture of Vic Welle, who is a white, non-binary person with black short hair, black framed black glasses and a black shirt sitting in front of a cream colored wall.

Facilitator: Vic Welle (they/them) is a CPS, State of WI CPS Trainer, National IPS Trainer and Consultant

Victoria (Vic) Welle is peer support trainer who brings many years of experience providing peer support in diverse settings. Vic’s work experience includes community-based peer support, supervising peer supporters in a peer respite program, and working within the Comprehensive Community Services program in Wisconsin. Vic is a statewide trainer for the Wisconsin Peer Specialist Employment Initiative, a national trainer for Intentional Peer Support, and serves on the board of the peer-run organization Wisconsin Milkweed Alliance (WIMA).

 

Description:

Documentation, how do we complete this required task while holding true to our peer support values? We invite you to join us for a conversation facilitated by our Guest Facilitator, Vic Welle who will explore the topics, “Peer Support Values and Documentation,” with hope to engage in a broader conversation about values and advocacy around documentation on Thursday, July 28th, 2022. The Wisconsin Peer Specialist Employment Initiative’s goal is to continue to provide mutually collaborative spaces where we all learn together to deepen our values in peer support while holding fidelity to the peer support framework.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Click here to view: “Peer Support Values and Documentation” with Vic Welle

The Supervisors of CPS & CPPS Community of Practice is for people who can say both of the following:

1. I have worked as a Certified Peer Specialist, Certified Parent Peer Specialist, or in a similar peer role and have my own relevant lived experience.

2. I also supervise other Certified Peer Specialists or Certified Parent Peer Specialists in Wisconsin or am looking to develop supervisory/organizational leadership skills.

Click Here for the Guidelines/Community Agreements for the Supervisors of CPS & CPPS Community of Practice

 

Continuing Education Hours and Recordings

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Note: Starting with Community of Practice gatherings from September 2021 and beyond, you will be able to watch the recording and fill out an evaluation link for continuing education hours (CEUs) if you do so within two weeks of the recorded community of practice date.

Accessibility Note:

Starting in August 2021, we strive to ensure each Community of Practice gathering has ASL interpretation and live captioning. If you have reasonable accommodations requests regarding our Communities of Practice, click here to submit reasonable accommodations requests at least a week before the gathering.

 

More Information

Privacy note: Community of Practice gatherings may be recorded for later on-demand viewing.

CEHs: Attendance at the CPS & CPPS Community of Practice and some Supervisors of CPS & CPPS Community of Practice gatherings and completion of post-gathering evaluations will earn you 1.5 hours of continuing education credit good for recertification purposes in Wisconsin. The evaluation will be sent to the email with which you register to attend a Community of Practice gathering.

 

Like the community of practice gatherings in Wisconsin? Want to expand your learning in a national context? Please check out the communities of practice hosted by the Peer Recovery Center of Excellence (click here), which are structured very similarly to the ones in Wisconsin.

 

This website is managed and maintained by staff at Access to Independence working on the Wisconsin Peer Specialist Employment Initiative. The words, views, and values presented herein are not necessarily representative of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

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