Join us for the September
Ongoing Employment Support & Education Meeting

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13th, 2019 4:30-5:30 PM
Hosted by Emily Vaianella, Outreach & Training Peer Specialist

"Putting 'Career' into Career Development"
As the Peer Workfoce continues to grow, attention to career development is essential. A core supervision component, career development includes increased compensation, career ladders, promotion, and advanced peer specialist training and certification.
Co-presenters, Liz Breier and Jeremy Reuling, will identify specific peer career development issues, then facilitate a group discussion on co-learning on current employer and supervisor career development practices.

This meeting will be open to Careers in Recovery and Wellness Graduates and Trainees.
IN ADDITION, we will be opening this meeting to all working or aspiring Peer Specialists in New York State!

This meeting is held
In-Person and Online
on the 2nd Wednesday of each month
939 Johnson Ave. Ronkonkoma
in the front conference room

** Please RSVP **
as seats are limited
Emily Vaianella, Outreach & Training Peer Specialist
631-471-7242 x 1341

If you are joining us Online on our ZOOM Platform, click the link below at the time of the meeting, and use the password "workingcrw"

Liz Breier
"Liz Breier holds a Master of Arts in Health Advocacy from Sarah Lawrence College and is a Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner from The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association. Liz has worked in the field of Behavioral Health in a variety of leadership and supervisory roles in the states of Florida, New Jersey, and New York. Since 2000 Liz has been actively involved in supporting individuals in creating and sustaining their personal vision of recovery as well as helping to create and shape a service system that is person centered, recovery focused and in line with the principles of psychiatric rehabilitation. Additionally, Liz uses her personal lived experience as a part of her advocacy and work around individual self-determination and healing from trauma. Using her expertise and knowledge, Liz regularly presents at conferences and workshops on the promotion of a recovery- oriented system as well as trains the social service workforce of NYC and Long Island on this best practice."

Jeremy Reuling
"Jeremy Reuling has more than fifteen years of experience working to support and empower people diagnosed with mental health conditions.   An advocate of peer-informed services, Jeremy approaches his work from a peer-professional viewpoint; currently he is the Director of the OnTrackNY Program at MHA of Westchester, an innovative program providing clinical and recovery supports for young adults having initial experiences with extreme states/psychosis. Jeremy presents regularly at conferences and training events regionally and nationally. He received his MSW from the Hunter College School of Social Work, is licensed in New York as a Clinical Social Worker, and is a New York Certified Peer Specialist."