Substance Use Disorder Peer Supervision Competencies

Substance Use Disorder Peer Supervision Competencies

Martin, Jordan, Razavi, Burnham, Linfoot, Knudson, DeVet, Hudson, & Dumas (2017). Substance Use Disorder Peer Supervision Competencies, The Regional Facilitation Center, Portland, Oregon.

Posted in: Peer Recovery Support Services
Very little has been written about SUD (Substance Use Disorder) Peer Supervision Competencies. In remedy, this competency analysis is offered, using a series of investigative protocols, including: a systematic review of the literature, DACUM (Developing A Curriculum) workgroup, quantitative peer and supervisor validation survey, and a managerial and administrative validation review. This competency analysis is specifically designed for training purposes. Competencies with specific KSA’s (Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes) are described in checkboxes for classroom participant self-assessment.