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Central Florida Behavioral Health Network, Inc. has developed four (4) two-hour and one (1) one-hour, web-based training modules that meet some of the requirements to become a Certified Recovery Peer Specialists. These trainings enable individuals to earn Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) for obtaining or maintaining their certification through the Florida Certification Board (FCB).

The process is simple. Click on the link, connect to CFBHN, and register for the webinar of your choice. Once CFBHN receives your registration you will be sent a pretest to complete. Return the pretest to receive a password to login and begin viewing the webinar. The password will only be good for three (3) days then it will expire – so please complete your viewing within the three (3) day window. When you have finished the webinar, contact CFBHN and you will be sent a post test. Return the posttest to CFBHN and your Certificate will be issued. This Certificate can be used to meet some of your requirements to become a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist or used to maintain an already existing certification. You should consult with the Florida Certification Board to determine current certification requirements. You can access FCB at https://flcertificationboard.org/

The five (5) Webinars currently available are:

  • Culturally appropriate oral and written language services
  • Bilingual/bicultural training
  • Cultural Competence – personal and organizational
  • Diversity – knowledge and assessment
  • Cross-cultural Framework
  • Federal, state & other governing laws and regulations
  • Ethics, values and professional Conduct/Codes of Conduct
  • Philosophy of peer support
  • Boundary issues
  • Confidentiality
  • Documentation
  • Using supervision/consultation
  • Stigma
  • Social injustice issues relating to factors such as race, culture, sexual orientation, class, disability
  • Protecting rights
  • Advocacy strategies to support peers
  • Influencing & negotiation
  • Empowerment strategies
  • Fostering self‐advocacy skills among persons served
  • Concept of self‐determination & how to support it
  • Establishing & terminating the peer relationship
  • Effective methods to tell personal recovery story
  • Building supportive relationships
  • Role-modeling
  • Group process & facilitation
  • Educational methods
  • Interpersonal communication principles & methods
  • Use of person-first language
  • Teaching practical living skills, personal care, etc.
  • Recognizing & fostering resilience
  • Compassion fatigue
  • Developing a self-care strategy
  • Secondary traumatization
  • Victimization/secondary victimization
  • Countertransference
Central Florida Behavioral Health Network, Inc. has developed four (4) two-hour and one (1) one-hour, web-based training modules that meet some of the requirements to become a Certified Recovery Peer Specialists. These trainings enable individuals to earn Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) for obtaining or maintaining their certification through the Florida Certification Board (FCB).

The process is simple. Click on the link, connect to CFBHN, and register for the webinar of your choice. Once CFBHN receives your registration you will be sent a pretest to complete. Return the pretest to receive a password to login and begin viewing the webinar. The password will only be good for three (3) days then it will expire – so please complete your viewing within the three (3) day window. When you have finished the webinar, contact CFBHN and you will be sent a post test. Return the posttest to CFBHN and your Certificate will be issued. This Certificate can be used to meet some of your requirements to become a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist or used to maintain an already existing certification. You should consult with the Florida Certification Board to determine current certification requirements. You can access FCB at https://flcertificationboard.org/

The five (5) Webinars currently available are:

  • Culturally appropriate oral and written language services
  • Bilingual/bicultural training
  • Cultural Competence – personal and organizational
  • Diversity – knowledge and assessment
  • Cross-cultural Framework
  • Federal, state & other governing laws and regulations
  • Ethics, values and professional Conduct/Codes of Conduct
  • Philosophy of peer support
  • Boundary issues
  • Confidentiality
  • Documentation
  • Using supervision/consultation
  • Stigma
  • Social injustice issues relating to factors such as race, culture, sexual orientation, class, disability
  • Protecting rights
  • Advocacy strategies to support peers
  • Influencing & negotiation
  • Empowerment strategies
  • Fostering self‐advocacy skills among persons served
  • Concept of self‐determination & how to support it
  • Establishing & terminating the peer relationship
  • Effective methods to tell personal recovery story
  • Building supportive relationships
  • Role-modeling
  • Group process & facilitation
  • Educational methods
  • Interpersonal communication principles & methods
  • Use of person-first language
  • Teaching practical living skills, personal care, etc.
  • Recognizing & fostering resilience
  • Compassion fatigue
  • Developing a self-care strategy
  • Secondary traumatization
  • Victimization/secondary victimization
  • Countertransference

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