Free AMA Webinar w/ Peer Support Expert Amy Pierce – February 13th, 2023
January 5, 2023
Ask Me Anything: Supervising the Peer Workforce in Behavioral Health Settings
You’re invited to ask an expert about another interesting topic related to employment! This free event is not a presentation, but rather an interactive question & answer webinar. And YOU provide the questions.
Save the Date: Monday, February 13th at 12:00 – 1:00 PM (Eastern)
Ask Me Anything About …
Supervising the Peer Workforce in Behavioral Health Settings with guest expert Amy Pierce
Amy Pierce, MHPS, PSS, ALF
Amy has been working in the peer movement in the State of Texas for almost two decades and now serves as the Recovery Institute Deputy Director. Previously, she was the CEO of Resiliency Unleashed, an international training and consulting company focusing on the development and implementation of peer services. She started the first peer support program in the Texas State hospital system, was a peer support worker in a community mental health agency and served as the Program Coordinator for a transitional peer residential housing project funded through the 1115 waiver program. Amy has held supervisory roles within these programs, developing training for providers across Texas and beyond. Amy is a Mental Health Peer Specialist, a Certified Peer Specialist Supervisor, and trainer/facilitator (Advanced Level Wrap facilitator, ASIST trainer, WHAM facilitator). Amy is a previous chair of the PAIMI council and is a current board member for Disability Rights Texas.
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