TAPS Talks Video: The Power of Peer Mentoring
Presenter: Kellie Hazlett
A mentor is defined as a knowledgeable and experienced guide, a trusted ally and advocate, and a caring role model. An effective mentor is respectful, reliable, patient, trustworthy, and a very good listener and communicator. Peer Mentors are those who understand their interactions with survivors as not simply a volunteer experience but as opportunities to help others discover the potential within themselves to heal. We will have a live discussion surrounding the Peer Mentors' program and the ability for peers to help to nurture this potential in others.
This live connection is recorded by the TAPS Institute for Hope and Healing.®
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