Category: Peer

Recovery is a Privilege

Slowly, I learned not everyone shared in my philosophy of recovery.

Dignity in Risk & Risk of Harm

Unquestionably, the spectrum between negligence and overprotection carries with it serious implications in clinical & peer professional practice in mental health. Even in our personal lives, we have friends and family we care for and we wonder where the line is drawn when it comes to caregiving or […]

Navigating Interpersonal Relationships with Mental Health Symptoms: Coping Strategies and Supportive Allies

Mental health diagnoses are complex and varied and can significantly impact our social lives. Some diagnoses have symptoms that make socialization difficult or even impossible. However, with the proper support and coping skills, people with mental health diagnoses can cultivate meaningful friendships and engage in pro-social behaviors. Many […]