There will be more than 70 workshops on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. the workshoPS and presenters are listed as scheduled: (The conference program will have Workshop descriptions and bios of all presenters)

    • Alternatives to 911: Responding to Scary Situations Without the Use of ForceCalvin Moen, Kate DeWolfe
    • Transformation without Re-traumatization: The Power of a Collaborative Group Process: Noelle Pollet, Rita Cronise
    • Community-based Peer Support Groups: “Hope Through Acceptance” David Son, Michael Nelson
    • Emotional CPR (eCPR) for Disaster Relief (Aplicación de Emocional CPR (eCPR) en desastres naturales y en comunidades afectadas emocionalmente): Maria Ostheimer, Lois Brooks, Edna Tirado (Bilingual presentation)
    • Growing into Leadership: Facilitation Skills for PeersShawna Sanchagrin, Jamie Works-Wright, Kimberly Marquez-Cortes
    • Music - The Sound of RecoveryAndy Goldenson, Sabrina Schram
    • Off the Beaten Path: Utah's Rural Communities Joining the Nation Through Live Interactive Broadcast Peer Support TrainingsGinger Phillips, Susan Mansfield, Brian Neilson
    • Rights for a New PlanetAmy Funk
    • Beyond Disorder: Plural Pride in Multiples MovementsThe Redwoods
    • Street Cred to Incredible: Understanding and Supporting MillennialsDesire Johnson-Forte, Anastasia Walton, Calvin (Joseph) Forte
    • Walking the Walk From 12-Steps to Harm ReductionJason Stevens, Jessica Nagel
    • Mad Studies and Survivor-Controlled Research in the US: Where Have We Been? Where Might We Go? Nev Jones, Emily Sheera Cutler
    • Ableism on Campus: Supporting College Students with Psychiatric Diagnoses and NeurodivergenceMolly Hawes, Matthew Flathers
    • Peer Support in the Independent Living MovementCara Liebowitz
    • Become a Leader in a Global Human Connection Movement: Learn Empatiko’s Mutual Support Model and Play Together as Fellow Beings! Meg Mateer, Oryx Cohen
    • Bridging the Diaspora: Trauma and Mental Health within Queer/Trans CommunitiesVesper Moore, Khalil Power
    • Caught in the Safety Net: The Gatekeeping of Survival Resources Through Psychiatric CoercionConor Cash, Kate DeWolfe, Calvin Moen
    • Cultivating Recovery Through Organizational Change: The Recovery-oriented Organizational Assessment ToolStephanie Jamison
    • Hearing Voices Movement as Human Rights Movement:  Moving from Addressing “Chemical Imbalances” to “Power Imbalances” Caroline Mazel-Carlton, Marty Hadge
    • Lessons from the SHARE! Recovery Retreat to Help You Start Your Own Peer Run RespiteJason Robison
    • Peer Organizations:  Nothing About Us Without....Which Ones of Us? Jacek/Jack Haciak
    • “Gender Madness”- Advocating for Transgender and Gender Non-conforming People to be able to Access Trauma-sensitive and Trans-competent Mental Health ServicesMarty Hadge, Sera Davidow
    • Co-occurring Disorders, Integrative Care, and (TEAM) Collaboration Vision Board Building, Rhonda L. Johnson, Denise McNeal
    • Community Inclusion: Supporting Increased Community ParticipationMatthew Federici
    • Educating the Peer Educator:  Lessons Learned from Training and Supervising Boston University Photovoice Peer LeadersLyn Legere, Debbie Nicolellis
    • Grounding Peer Work in Human Rights and Independent LivingSarah Knutson
    • New Hampshire Peer Voice - How We BeganMartha Jo Hewitt, Laura Mekinova, Dee Prescott
    •  Seeking JusticeJennifer Chambers
    • Supervision and Successful Employment: Overview of the National Peer Worker Supervision SurveyDana Foglesong, Jessica Wolf
    • Twitter 101: Learn to Tweet and Change Your Life! Susan Rogers
    • Utilizing Free/ Low-cost Technology to Demystify Myths about Mental Illness and RecoveryMelinda Hasbrouck, Grace Odrick
    • Finding our Voice, Sandra McQueen-Baker, Elvin Blanco
    • Supervision and Peers: Preserving Our Values, Defining Our PracticeJonathan Edwards, Gita Enders
    • Reclaiming Descriptive Agency: Moving from Victim to ExpertRosie, Dr. Joel Glenn Wixson
    • Beyond the Mental Health Bubble: How We Can Unite Social Justice Movements to Create Positive ChangeOryx Cohen, Rhoda Gibson, Richie Tannerhill, Karen Goss
    • How to Write Cuil, Michón Neal
    • Peers Co-opting the Future of ServicesPatrick Hendry, Kelly Davis
    • Recovery During the Transition to Adulthood: A Developmental Perspective on Mindfulness for Healthy TransitionsMichaela Fissel
    • Spirituality Through a Trauma-informed Care LensRuth Gonzales, Patricia Blum
    • Veterans Shaping the Future of Peer Support in the VAClifford Wright
    • Wellness and Expression of Yourself through the Therapeutic Arts, Jenevieve Sullivan, Robert Ortiz
    • When Conversation Turns to Suicide: The Power and Potential of Peer-to-Peer DialogueCaroline Mazel-Carlton, Marty Hadge
    • Implementing the Trauma-informed Principle of Peer Support in a Crisis Service SettingMertice Gitane Williams, Ron Cordy, Patricia Blum
    • Harm Reduction: The Philosophy Informs the PracticeJessica Nagel, Jason Stevens
    • Innovation in Telephonic Peer Support: Developing and Growing Integrated Peer Support and Crisis ServicesJess Stohlmann-Rainey, Carolyn Hall, Heidi Lightenburger
    • Leadership Development for Peer Support Specialists: BoundariesTrey Jenkins, Abby Henderson, Nicole Janich
    • Not Broken Biology: Getting Beyond the Disease Model Paradigm of Mental Illness, John Herold, Sarah Knutson, Ronda Richardson,
    • Shamanic Healing: A Pathway for Reconnection and RecoveryBeth Terrence
    • Reducing Hospitalization by Using eCPR in Communicating with People in Altered StatesDan Fisher, Oryx Cohen
    • WRAP Around New Hampshire Transformations, Tom Doucette, Jude Grophear
    • Peer Supports in Integrated Health Teams: The Possibilities and the ChallengesRobert Rousseau
    • From Madness to Celebration: How Art, Poetry, and Memoir Saved My Life and Sanity (and How They Can Save Yours Too,  Pamela Spiro Wagner
    • Beyond Recovery: The Indispensable Role of Peer Employees in the Journey to Wellbeing, Jacquelyn Pettis, Tyneikia DeJesus
    • The New Frontier: Peer Specialists Working in Criminal Justice SettingsLaVerne Miller
    • Beyond Recovery: Sharing Our Recovery Message in Diverse Communities, Wes Rider, Ken Schuesselin
    • Challenging the Status Quo: Breaking the Mold in the 21st CenturyClarence Jordan, Lisa Kugler
    • Creative Journaling for Self-DiscoveryMalaina Poore
    • Listening to the MarginalizedRev. Barbara F. Meyers
    • Lived Experience Monologues: A Playwright’s Approach to Telling Your StoryMatthew Ratz
    • Outcomes Measurement with Wordpress and Survey Monkey, Paul Komarek
    • Smashing Paternalism: Intersections Between the Consumer/Survivor/Ex-patient Movement and the Fat Acceptance MovementEmily Sheera Cutler
    • Trauma to Treasure in the Eye of the Emotional StormFlora Releford
    • Paint, Then CreateDeAnna Atkins, Ashlee Jemmott
    • Anonymous Open Mic: Building Community Narratives Through Storytelling and PerformanceAlyssa Cypher
    • Real Diversity, Real Outreach: Overcoming Barriers to Inclusive Communities, Calendria Jones, Malaina Poore
    • Being Part of a Social Media Community Fostering Connectedness and RecoveryPhillippe Bloch, Vasudha Gidugu, David Blair, Marianne Farkas
    • The Power of Intentional Friendship with Compeer: Creating Inclusive Communities and Tearing Down the Walls of Stigma, Donald Altemus
    • I Want to Hear the Music--The Healing Power of Music and DanceSheilah Hill
    • Spreading the Contagion of Hope to Child Survivors of a Suicide AttemptCarol Coussons de Reyes, Gabriel
    • The Feldenkrais Method®: A Tool for Recovery? Sharon MacDougall, Alexandra Devlin
    • Trauma Informing the 12 Steps: Empowerment in Substance Misuse and Addiction RecoveryEryca Kasse
    • Introduction to Intentional Peer Support (IPS)Lisa Forestall
    • Kindness and Responsibility: A New Attitude for Peer AdvocacyDelphine Brody, Pamela Inaba, Andrew Phelps