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Conveying a Culture of Hope and Empowerment

Description: This webinar will discuss how to build respectful, person-centered relationships and convey a culture of hope and empowerment.
Starting with personal recovery and how it occurs in the context of one’s life, this webinar will tackle the six dimensions of Recovery-oriented practice.

Guest Speaker:

  • Neasa Martin, Mental Health and Recovery Consultant and co-author of the Guidelines for Recovery-Oriented Practice.
  • Tyrone Gamble, a mental health and addictions recovery specialist with education and experience as a consumer, peer supporter and a mental health worker.

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