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Faq For Online Meetings

Victoria University FAQ for using Zoom shared by Male Survivor Aotearoa Trustee Louise Dixon Louise Dixon,Director of Forensic Programmes, School of Psychology, Victoria University of…

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Get Peer Support During Covid-19 Self Isolation

Phone or email any of our peer support facilitators for peer support by phone or text during the Covid-19 self-isolation. Peer support groups that are…

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Intentional Peer Support: A Personal Retrospective by Shery Mead

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Peer support groups show promise in helping men facing mental health problems

Q: You’ve said that men will go to therapy but they tend to only stay with it for a session or two. Why? A: The…

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Evaluating a sustainable model of peer mentoring in traumatic brain injury

https://cpcr.aut.ac.nz/our-research/peer-support-after-brain-injury The burden of traumatic brain injury (TBI) on the individual, their whānau, and society is significant and enduring. We have found that existing service…

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AUT Centre for Person Centred Research

AUT Centre for Person Centred Research is setting up a peer support service in Gisborne (and Auckland) to explore if peer mentoring is helpful for…

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Peer support workers: mothers can get the mental health help they need

Peer support workers are a new—but growing—way mothers can get the mental health help they need https://t.co/JLr6Aa1DKE — Better Blokes (@BetterBlokesNZ) March 18, 2020 Peer…

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Can peer support programs help those living with HIV?

Can peer support programs help those living with HIV? https://t.co/2aXvFFhFwO — Better Blokes (@BetterBlokesNZ) March 15, 2020 Scott-Walker, now 40, attributes the group’s success to…

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SWOP-Kenya derives its peer educators from the community it serves

PrEP is an HIV prevention strategy where HIV negative individuals take anti HIV medications before coming into contact with HIV to reduce the risk of…

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A more nuanced concept of privilege: the term “intersectionality”

Explaining White Privilege To A Broke White Person https://t.co/NfXZVCzYqG via @HuffPostImpact — Better Blokes (@BetterBlokesNZ) March 8, 2020 I, maybe more than most people, can…

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