The use of peer support for people who suffer from serious mental illness has become more popular in recent years. In Texas, peer specialist training includes topics such as effective listening, ethics, and how to use your own story as a recovery tool for others. Studies in recent years have found that peer services can be powerful and effective. Read more.
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