YOU MAY BE WONDERING HOW THIS HAPPENS FROM YOUR TABLET OR COMPUTER?
The meeting is in an online classroom that is complete with video, audio and texting features.
At registration you will choose a meeting day and time that will fit your schedule. Registration coming soon.
You will receive an email reminder on the day before your meeting.
On the day of your meeting you will receive an email 2 hours before the meeting. This email will contain a link that will take you to your meeting.
You become part of an ongoing Peer Supervision group that works together over time building a support system that you are looking for.
A typical session begins with a ‘check in' where group members identify themselves as Presenters for that meeting. Then the time is divided and an agenda set. Each group member then takes a turn to present their case, and the others can listen and offer their ideas. Each person get 18 minutes to present their case, and the meetings typically last for 1.5 hours. .
We look to offer the basic components of an effective group including: equality of members, supportive culture, structure, placing a high value on showing up, having members bring their best insights and suggestions to every session, confidentiality, self directed, and no discussion of the session after it has ended. The result is a respectful environment that ensures optimal value for your time spent in the group.
Group members need to display a considerable commitment to their group and make their meetings a high priority when organizing their time. Showing up, and showing up a few minutes early, is one of the keys to a group’s success, as it conveys respect to others.