Many of you have written back that the links that have been providedhaven’t worked.
Here’s the official announcement from DSG, the group that operates the
Recovery to Practice initiative:
Please use this link to register for the Webinar:
Register for the RTP Webinar
Understanding and Building on Culture and Spirituality in
The next RTP Webinar will describe three components of culture and
spirituality in recovery-oriented care: cultural and spiritual
assessments, culturally appropriate interventions, and ways in which
spirituality and culture can shape an individual’s recovery journey. Our
presenters will introduce a range of strategies that ensure care is
responsive to a person’s cultural identity and discuss approaches for
fostering cultural strengths and spirituality in care planning and
recovery practices. An important facet of culture and spirituality in
recovery-oriented care addresses the aging process-how can practitioners
be cognizant of person- and family-centered culturally specific needs?
Date: April 4, 2012
Time: 3-4:30 p.m. EST
Three multidisciplinary specialists will share their perspectives.
Reverend Laura Mancuso, M.S., CRC/CPRP, will describe practical tools
for making assessment culturally and spiritually oriented. Dee Bigfoot,
Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Oklahoma
Health Sciences Center, will discuss recovery-oriented interventions
that have spiritual and cultural components. Finally, National
Association of Peer Specialists President Gladys Christian will address
how spirituality and culture have affected her recovery journey.
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