On December 15th the PSR/RPS Canada CEO, Vicky Huehn, and Board President, John Higenbottam, were guests on PSR Advanced Practice webinar, speaking about the PSR Practice Competencies.
This webinar production is brought to you in collaboration with PSR Canada. We will be sharing some new and exciting changes in mental health education and practice.
In September 2017, PSR Canada launched a revision of the Competencies of Practice for Canadian Recovery-Oriented Psychosocial Rehabilitation Practitioners. The Competencies are used to evaluate performance for organizations and staff practicing with a Recovery-Orientation. Read more about the Core Competencies HERE.
The new updated 2017 Core Competencies include the following:
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Professional Skills
- Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR), Supporting Practices and Recovery- Oriented Services
- Equity and Social Participation
- Facilitating Change and Providing Leadership
As with the previous edition of our competencies (2013) each competency has its own identified set of performance indicators.