Tag: IPS

Posted in Psychiatry

Psychosis as a process that has an ecological purpose

Steven Morgan, a leader in Intentional Peer Support, talks about psychosis as a process that has an ecological purpose and value: https://t.co/X8TEPfKYeI — Mary O'Hagan…

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Posted in Peer Support

Intentional Peer Support

⁦@TePouNZ⁩ ⁦@MatuaRaki⁩ ⁦@PlatformTrust⁩ ⁦@dapaanz⁩ – thanks to Suzy Stephens for sharing intentional peer support / nice definition! pic.twitter.com/uR9C7KndZ3 — Robyn shearer (@shearer_robyn) September 3, 2018

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Connection, Worldview, Mutuality, Moving Towards

http://www.balancewhanganui.org.nz/index.php/information/education-courses/intentional-peer-support IPS is seen as having four “tasks”: Connection, Worldview, Mutuality, Moving Towards and three principles: Moving from: Helping to Learning, Individual to Relationship, Fear…

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Interview with Shery Mead

http://bit.ly/2yO3MUV EM: Can you tell us a little bit about Intentional Peer Support, its philosophy and intentions? SM: IPS is a system for relational co-development….

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Intentional Peer Support (IPS) evolved out of the consumer activist movement in the States.

http://bit.ly/2YxoCr3 Intentional Peer Support (IPS) evolved out of the consumer activist movement in the States. The person most responsible for bringing Intentional Peer Support to…

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Co-Reflection in Intentional Peer Support

https://www.facebook.com/intentionalpeersupport.org/

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