D2W Regional Consumer Leadership Training Convergence
June 24th- 29th
Doors To Wellbeing is hosting a training educational peer convergence. This unique concept will create a regional mental health consumer education network for all current and future peer specialists. The convergence will hold distinct training tracks. The results will create a large group of peer specialists who will have areas of expertise which they, in turn, can share with other peer specialists in their regions. All participants will come together daily to share what they have learned and to develop strategies to bring their knowledge and skills to their colleagues.
There are currently no more seats available for the D2W Regional Consumer Leadership Training Convergence. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
WRAP Seminar II: WRAP Facilitator Training (must have completed Sem I before attending) No More Seats Available
WRAP Seminar III: Advance Level Facilitator Training (Must meet all required requirements) No More Seats Available
WRAP Seminar II Refresher: WRAP Facilitator Training Refresher No More Seats Available
WE- Wellness Engagement Training No More Seats Available
Facilitating Community Inclusion & Peer Support Training No More Seats Available
Registration is free (Supported under grant number SM062557 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.) Space is limited in every training.
Room occupancy cost varies by length of training days and by Single or Double Room Occupancy. Room Occupancy is all inclusive, includes all your meals.
Lodging check-in for all trainings is June 24th, 2018 at 3pm. Note some trainings will begin on June 24th. Full training attendance is necessary to receive certificate for the training chosen to attend. Some training require prerequisite make sure you read carefully before reserving lodging.
D2W Regional Consumer Leadership Training Convergence is ONLY open to our assigned SAMHSA regions, 3 & 7. Region 3: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia. Region 7: Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska
Mark Salzer, PhD is a psychologist, widely published researcher, and globally recognized thought leader and pioneer in the role of Community Inclusion in Mental Health Recovery.
A professor and founding Chair of Rehabilitation Sciences at Temple University. Dr. Salzer is also the Principal Investigator and Director of the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with mental health challenges (tucollaborative.org).
At the convergence, Dr. Salzer will be giving Monday’s opening Keynote address, “Promoting Community Inclusion and Participation”
Dr. Salzer will discuss community inclusion for individuals in mental health recovery as a rights issue comprising of two societal commitments. First, to ensure that all individuals have an equal opportunity to fully participate in the community. Second, to establish communities that actively seek out and welcome the participation of everyone. Basic essentials for promoting community inclusion and participation will be offered.