Resources for Integrated Care Podcast: Integrated Care in Action | Ep. 1: Strategies for Effective Peer Supervision

September 13, 2018

Resources for Integrated Care's new podcast series features providers in the field discussing actionable strategies for improving the care of dually eligible beneficiaries. The first episode focuses on strategies for effective peer supervision.

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This podcast episode explores how The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc. restructured its peer supervision program by focusing their model on strength-based principles to better address the needs of peer staff and supervisors. The Council, a prevention, education, intervention, and recovery support organization, provides services to help reduce the impact of addiction and support individuals with mental health conditions and other related issues through their wellness journey. Featured speakers from The Council share practical tips to make peer supervision impactful for staff, and to build a supportive and strength-based culture.

Featured Speakers from The Council

  • Beverly Haberle, Executive Director
  • Lena Marder, Clinical Supervisor for Peer Specialists
  • Fred Shue, Certified Recovery Specialist

This podcast is intended for health plans, health systems, providers, peer support specialists, community-based organizations, and state and federal organizations that provide care to and support dually eligible beneficiaries with behavioral health conditions.



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Last modified on 09/13/2018


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