This webinar was presented by Julie A. Tippens, DrPH, Assistant Professor of Child, Youth, and Family Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Peggy Fulda, MSW, LCSW, MPH, Clinician Lead at Lutheran Community Services Northwest; and Mahad Hassan, BA, Culturally Specific Certified Peer Specialist and Program Coordinator, Peer Training Program at Lutheran Community Services Northwest.
By the end of this 90-minute session, you will be able to:
- Define key concepts related to strengths-based service delivery and resilience;
- Recognize individual, family, community, and cultural strengths and assets in the resettlement context;
- Describe how a peer support model can promote resilience and wellbeing; and
- Name evidence-informed strategies you can use to build on the strengths of clients and communities.
Navigate this webinar with the timestamps listed below:
0:00 – Introduction to Switchboard
1:58 – Introduction to Speaker and Objectives
7:13 – Strengths-Based Approach
24:08 – Strengths-Based Practices
49:11 – Program Spotlight: Culturally-Specific Peer Support Specialists
1:09:34 – Q&A Panel
Topic(s): Case Management, Health, Mental Health and Wellness, Organizational Development
Subtopic(s): Behavioral Healthcare
Resource Type: Archived Webinar
Date: August 21, 2019
Target Audience(s): Service Provider
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