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Online Co-Reflection Guides in Intentional Peer Support

This is an opportunity to practice IPS Co-Reflection with Chris Hansen. Your registration for this co-reflection is for one person and for the date & time you choose. Each Co-Reflection runs for 90 minutes.

Intentional Peer Support Website

Peer support groups help men facing mental health problems
The men who come in this door are starved to get better. They’re experiencing depression, anxiety, a lot of hospitalizations and suicide attempts. They’re 40, 50, 60 years old, finally revealing secrets they’ve carried their whole lives, including sexual and physical abuse. They’ve been medicating with alcohol, drugs, gambling. Many no longer have relationships with their partners or kids. They’re alone.

 
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