Recordings and Slides Library

2021 Training Recordings and Slides

Primer on Strengths Assessments with Jeff Krolick from OCEACT

Date: Apr 13, 2021 10am & 3pm Pacific Time

Aid and Assist Training with Brenda Dennis, ACT Program Coordinator and Cody Gabel, Forensic Diversion Coordinator, Aid and Assist, Jail Diversion, and PSRB from the Oregon Health Authority

Date: Apr 15, 2021 09:59 AM Pacific Time

      Common Ground Consultations 2021

      Consultations with Pat Deegan and Associates (PDA)

      As a part of the OCEACT and OSECE’s subscription to the CommonGround Academy + Library, ACT and Supported Employment have access to several consultation calls with Pat Deegan and Associates (PDA).

            • 1st Consultation Call: March 30, 2021 –Using Recovery Library to Create Synergy Between the Work of Peer Specialists and Clinicians
              • Patricia Deegan, PhD  explored the role of peer specialists working on clinical teams. She described some of the differences between the peer support role and the clinical role and demonstrated how specific tools in Recovery Library help peer supporters and clinicians work together, especially around supporting people in their use of psychiatric medications. If you missed this call or would like to re-watch, please follow the link below for the recording.
              • Meeting Recording Link (see required passcode below): https://zoom.us/rec/share/ydaPFEL5IKgRe40XTHZ_VBVbkBEwMMFt0kX6bd8hdo3kH1P3ss1snx_rB7TTRNZR.jEra83-VEI7nZNsY
                • Access Passcode: Deegan3.30
              • 2nd Consultation Call: April 26th, 2021 & Repeated on May 18th, 2021 – Recovery Library to Create Synergy Between the Work of Peer Specialists and Clinicians
                • Patricia E. Deegan PhD explored the role of peer specialists working on clinical teams. She described some of the differences between the peer support role and the clinical role. Then, she demonstrated how specific tools in Recovery Library help peer supporters and clinicians work together, especially around supporting people in their use of psychiatric medications.
                • Presentation Slides