(This is an example only, you can feel free to create your own plan.)
How much time is needed to complete this module: 2.5 hours
- You will be able to recognize the difference between boundaries and ethics (including Peer Support Canada’s Code of Conduct)
- You will be able to integrate a mindset of mutuality in the co-creation of boundaries with the people you support.
- You will recognize the importance of, and be able to integrate, boundary creation into your personal self-nourishment practice.
Previous knowledge we want to tap into:
We will tap into what we covered regarding self-determination theory and implicit biases. We will take a culturally humble approach to creating boundaries. We will reference the Core Values.
Resources & Materials Needed:
Core Values handout. Handout of the module, or access to a digital copy. Have participants read the module ahead of time.
Assessment (How will we know that learning objectives have been met?):
I will assess based on the small group presentations.
|Content/Key Points: Facilitator Notes and Activities
|Fundamental Principles within Peer Support
|Large group dialogue.
|Clarity on Boundaries
|Large group dialogue questions: Some people find conversations around boundaries difficult. What challenges can you see happening in the relationship if this dialogue never happens?
Why do you think some people struggle with boundary creation?
Small group work:
Social Media: Break into small groups. Have each group read the social media section together and process the reflection question. Then bring them back to the larger group to discuss together.
|Communicating our Boundaries section of the module
|Core Values Review
|Small group work: