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DATE

2019-01

AUTHORS

Eleanor Hodgson, Jenny Ruth Stuart, Charlotte Train, Michael Foster, Leon Lloyd

ABSTRACT

The use of peer intervention schemes is increasingly popular within services for offending groups and there is growing evidence of their benefit for peers delivering the interventions. The current study explores staff and peer experiences of an employment scheme for peer mentors within a community project for young people involved in offending. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with full time staff (n=4) and peer mentors employed on the scheme (n=2). Thematic analysis revealed three themes of "Opportunity and Empowerment", "Supportive Processes" and "Role Definition and Structure". The results suggest that meaningful employment opportunities, with holistic support and processes for reflection and mentalisation of self and others, contribute to the personal and professional development of ex-offenders in peer mentoring roles. More... »

PAGES

140-150

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2007-05. Developing Strategies to Integrate Peer Providers into the Staff of Mental Health Agencies in ADMINISTRATION AND POLICY IN MENTAL HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH
  • 1998-11. Consumers as mental health providers: First‐person accounts of benefits and limitations in THE JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES & RESEARCH
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