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Accompanying recovery is supporting forces, empowerment and self-determination

Description: This French webinar allows participants to better appreciate and understand some key principles of coaching someone toward recovery. After talking about hope in the first webinar, we will now talk about the importance of self-determination and about walking the fine line between taking charge and laissez-faire as peer helpers.
Guest Speakers:
• Patricia Bougie, Trainer and clinical director. SIV, TM, Crise et Post crise (PECH)
• Bruno Collard, Clinical director (Revivre)
• Sandrine Rousseau, Project lead, Réseau des entendeurs de voix québecois, recovery trainer and network peer helper (AQRP)
• Laurence Caron,Chargé de projet, lutte contre la stigmatisation, AQPS

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