Title A ROUTE TO RECOVERY OF PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS THROUGH PEER SUPPORT TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT
Project Number 2013-1-ES1-LEO05-66277
Product DIDACTIC VIDEOS / DIDACTIC VIDEOS / VIDÉOS DIDACTIQUES
Title DIDACTIC VIDEOS / DIDACTIC VIDEOS / VIDÉOS DIDACTIQUES
Product Type Film
Documentary film on the experience of the first peer workers in Spain and Austria, including the training experience and how they feel about becoming a peer workers in a proffesional way.
Dokumentarfilm über die Erfahrungen der ersten Peer- Arbeiter in Spanien und Österreich , darunter die Ausbildung Erfahrung und wie sie zu einem Peer- Arbeiter in einer professionellen Art und Weise fühlen.
Film documentaire sur l'expérience des premiers travailleurs pairs en Espagne et en Autriche , y compris l'expérience de la formation et comment ils se sentent au sujet de devenir travailleurs pairs d'une manière proffesional.
Description Professional video dossier following the structure of the training materials developed on the basis of videos taped at the national training sessions, giving practical examples for other professionals to replicate the training. It is available on the project website, youtube and vimeo.
Target group Peer support workers are individuals with personal experience of mental health problems who are trained and employed to support others in their recovery. Individuals taking the course should have personal experience in dealing with mental health problems and be able to provide evidence of good written and oral communication skills through interview or by producing relevant qualifications. Given these requirements the Peer2Peer course is designed to build on individual’s personal experience and equip them with the knowledge, skills and values to carry out the role of Peer Support Worker.
Result Four films to raise interest on the p2p project, model and philosophy of this approach.
Area of application Educative, social, health and vocational: mental health institutions, social and health care bodies, rehabilitation institutions, residential care institutions, social services, vocational training institutions, regional administrations from disability/ dependency sectors, public authorities, etc.