Presentations

NCPS 2016 Conference Presentations

Sessions: A

A1: PSACC Update on Peer Supporter and Peer Support Mentor Certification

A2: Integrating Peer Support onto Alberta Health Services (AHS) Clinical Teams

A4:  Le Baramètre, vers l’amélioration de ma qualité de vie

A5: Pieces to Pathways LGBTTQQ2SIA Peer Substance Use Support for Youth

 
Sessions: B

B1: Participatory Video Approaches to Mental Health

B2: Peer Support for Psychosis: Support, Engagement and Connection

B3: Addictions and Substance Abuse Roundtable: A Collaborative Peer Support Discussion

B4: The Power of Collaboration | Star Learning Centre

B5: Building a Network to Provide Community Peer Support

B6: Peer Debriefing: An Essential Strategy for Reducing Seclusion and Restraint

 
Sessions: C

C1: Mothers Offering Mutual Support in Sudbury, Ontario: Growth and Evaluation

C2: Does It Matter Who Supervises Peer Support Workers?

C3: Leadership Training: Peer Training Using the Voices from the Street Model

C4: Transitional Discharge Model for Successful Re-Integration from Hospital to Community

C5: Guidelines for Recovery-Oriented Practice: Promoting Hope, Dignity & Inclusion in Peer-Based Organizations

C6: Operational Stress Injury Social Support (OSISS)

 
Sessions: D

D1: Freedom Fighters

D2: Beyond Head Counts: Recovery-Based Evaluation Strategies for Peer-Run Organizations

D3: By Families, for Families: Engaging and Collaborating with Youth, Families and Community

D4: Virtual Peer Support: Reach your most vulnerable clients

D5: Enhancing Peer Support Services at the Provincial Level

 
Sessions: E

E1: Innovative Strategies to Advance Recovery-Oriented Mental Health Care in Clinical Settings

E2: Aller mieux a ma faison: Outil personnalis de soutien l’autogestion

E3: Co-creating, Co-Designing, Co-Delivering: Stella’s Place Peer Support Training Program

E4: Peer Support – Community of Practice

E5: Integrating Harm Reduction into Peer Support Groups

E6: Providing Trauma-Informed Support

 
Sessions: F

F1: Self Help Resource Centre: Engaging the Community in Personal and Professional Peer Development

F3: York Regional Police Peer Support Team: Lessons Learned in the First Year

F4: Lighting the Way Forward: Peer Support for Those with Eating Disorders

F5: Breaking Ground at Edmond Place: There Is a Place in This World for You

F6: Introducing Inpatient Peer Support Workers: Successes and Challenges

 
Sessions: G

G1: Profiling the OPP’s Commitment to a Healthy Workforce

G2: Developing the PSACC Standard of Practice

G3: Making Peer Support Fit

G4: Implantation d’un programme innovant et efficient : la stratégie Québécoise

G5: The Art of Building a Thriving Peer Supporter Community of Practice

G6: Age of Recovery: Developing Transitional-Aged Youth Peer Recovery Programming

 
Sessions: H

H1: The Evolution of Youth Peer Support: Engaging the Champlain LHIN on an Unmet Need

H3: Caregivers Rediscovering Wellness: Reconnecting after Trauma and the Strength of Community

H4: Focusing Skills to Support Clear Communication

H5: The Role of Veteran Peer Support Specialists in Recovery

H6: What Kind of System Can Peer Support Thrive in?

 
Caucus Sessions

The Role of Technology for Peer Support on University Campuses

Creating Mentally Healthy Workplaces


A1
PSACC Update on Peer Supporter and Peer Support Mentor Certification | PSACC

Kim Sunderland, Andy Cox, Tracey Mitchell, Debbie Sesula


 

A2
Integrating Peer Support Workers onto Alberta Health Services (AHS) Clinical Teams | Alberta Health Services
Sheri Schmidt, Jennevieve O’Hare, Pamela Spurvey, and Keith Lang
 
 

A4
Le Baramètre, vers l’amélioration de ma qualité de vie | Institute Universitaire de premiere ligne de snate et de services sociaux, ciuss de l’estrie chus
Annie Bossé, Pierre-Luc Bossé, Paul Morin and Myriam Anouk Augereau
 

A5
Pieces to Pathways LGBTTQQ2SIA Peer Substance Use Support for Youth | Pieces to Pathways
Geoffrey Wilson, Tim McConnell

B1
Participatory Video Approaches to Mental Health | Rada Mental Health Recovery, Advocacy and Documentary Action Research
Stephanie Young, Rick Miller, Robert Whitley
 

B2
Peer Support for Psychosis: Support, Engagement and Connection | Psychiatric Survivors of Ottawa
Tyrone Gamble, Nicola Wright
 

B3
Addictions and Substance Abuse Roundtable: A Collaborative Peer Support Discussion | PSACC

Karen Henze


B4
The Power of Collaboration | Star Learning Centre/ Urban Angel Fun/St. Michaels Hospital
Anne Borrelly, Samuel Gruszecki

B5
Building a Network to Provide Community Peer Support | Peer Support South East Ontario (PSSEO)
Matt McDonald, Michelle Way
B6
Peer Debriefing: An Essential Strategy for Reducing Seclusion and Restraint | St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton

Sarah Moir, Fiona Wilson


C1
Mothers Offering Mutual Support in Sudbury, Ontario: Growth and Evaluation | NISA – Northern Initiative for Social Action

Kaarina Ranta, Jennifer L. Johnson


C2
Does It Matter Who Supervises Peer Support Workers? | Self-help Peer Support Program of CMHA Waterloo Wellington Dufferin
Allan Strong, Washington Silk

C3
Leadership Training: Peer Training Using the Voices from the Street Model | Working for Change
Dawnmarie Harriott, Theresa Green

C4
Transitional Discharge Model for Successful Re-Integration from Hospital to Community | Lawson Health Research Institute
Deborrah Sherman, Cheryl Forchuk

C5
Guidelines for Recovery-Oriented Practice: Promoting Hope, Dignity & Inclusion in Peer-Based Organizations
Bonita Vargal, Shana Calixte, Sylvain D’Auteuil
English
French

C6
Operational Stress Injury Social Support (OSISS) | Operational Stress Injury Social Support
Johane Verville, Douglas Brown

D1
Freedom Fighters | John Howard Society of Toronto
Lindsay Jennings, Barry Corbitt, Amber Kellen

D2
Beyond Head Counts: Recovery-Based Evaluation Strategies for Peer-Run Organizations | NISA, Research & Evaluation Consultant
Shana Calixte, Jay Harrison

D3
By Families, for Families: Engaging and Collaborating with Youth, Families and Community | Family Navigation Project

Staci Weingust


D4
Virtual Peer Support: Reach your most vulnerable clients | Mood Disorders Association of Ontario (MDAO)
Ann Marie MacDonald

D5
Enhancing Peer Support Services at the Provincial Level | Mental Health Innovations/Children’s Services and Addiction Branch Dept of Health & Wellness
Stephane Grenier, Leslie Bennett

 E1
Innovative Strategies to Advance Recovery-Oriented Mental Health Care in Clinical Settings | Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Services
Ian Dawe, Sanaz Riahi

 E2
Aller mieux a ma faison: Outil personnalis de soutien l’autogestion | U of Quebec

 Annie Beaudin, Stephanie Radziszowski


E3
Co-creating, Co-Designing, Co-Delivering: Stella’s Place Peer Support Training Program | Stella’s Place
Christine Grace McMulkin, Sarah Alvo, Rachel Cooper, Carol Krause

 E4
Peer Support: Community of Practice | Coast Mental Health
 Fraser Mackenzie and Michael Faithful


E5
Integrating Harm Reduction into Peer Support Groups | George Spady Clinical Access Team
 Rosemary Fayant
 

E6
Providing Trauma-Informed Support | St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton
Fiona Wilson 

F1
Self Help Resource Centre: Engaging the Community in Personal and Professional Peer Development | Self Help Resource Centre
Melisssa Corcoran, Althea Knight

F3
York Regional Police Peer Support Team: Lessons Learned in the First Year | York Regional Police
Beth Milliard, Jennifer Thompson

F4
Lighting the Way Forward: Peer Support for Those with Eating Disorders

Shaleen Jones


 

F5
Breaking Ground at Edmond Place: There Is a Place in This World for You | Parkdale Activity – Recreation Centre
Julie Warren, Monica Melanson, Bob Rose

F6
Introducing Inpatient Peer Support Workers: Successes and Challenges | St. Michael’s Hospital
Ken Balderson, Karina Shalvardijan, Gordon Signer, Sarah Beneteau

G1
Profiling the OPP’s Commitment to a Healthy Workforce | Ontario Provincial Police
Karen Meyer, Michelle McRae, Audrey Costello, Tara Sutherland

G2
Developing the PSACC Standard of Practice | University of Windsor & PSACC
Jill Grant, Mindy Hartleib, Amy Alberton
 

G3
Making Peer Support Fit | Self-Help – Peer Support Program of CMHA Waterloo Wellington Dufferin
Allan Strong, Washington Silk

G4
Implantation d’un programme innovant et efficient : la stratégie Québécoise | Association Québécoise pour la réadaptation psychosociale
Sandrine Rousseau, Guylaine Cloutier

G5
The Art of Building a Thriving Peer Supporter Community of Practice | CMHA Calgary
Debbie Wiebe, Beth Henry
 

G6
Age of Recovery: Developing Transitional-Aged Youth Peer Recovery Programming | Psychiatric Survivors of Ottawa
Amy Klassen, Andrew Grant

 H1
The Evolution of Youth Peer Support: Engaging the Champlain LHIN on an Unmet Need | Champlain Pathays to Better Care: Regional Capacity Building Program
Alice Hutton
 

H3
Caregivers Rediscovering Wellness: Reconnecting after Trauma and the Strength of Community | Psychiatric Survivors of Ottawa
Nathalie Cote

H4
Focusing Skills to Support Clear Communication | CMHA Vancouver Fraser
Jael Emberley
 

H5
The Role of Veteran Peer Support Specialists in Recovery | American Legion
John Harris, Kimberly Tran
 
 

H6
What Kind of System Can Peer Support Thrive In? | O’Hagan and McCookweird Consulting
Mary O’Hagan

 


 

Caucus Sessions

The Role of Technology for Peer Support on University Campuses | University of Waterloo
John Lam
 

Creating Mentally Healthy Workplaces | Excellence Canada

Karen Jackson