Individual Partner: Waldo Roeg, Peer Support Specialist/Peer Trainer, Recovery & Wellbeing College, CNWL  (Central and North West London) NHS Foundation Trust

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Key Words: Resident in: UK; Working in: UK Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Communications/Film, Education, Management, Policy/Commissioning, Publications/Recovery College’s, Research/philosophy, Research/Recovery College’s, Services/person-centered, Services/teamwork, Services/organizational change, Related Area(s) of Interest: Communication skills, Decision theory, Evidence-based practice, Ethics, Health economics, Medical humanities/art, literature, film; Professional bodies/Boundaries; Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Mental health/General, Mental health/ Recovery, Service user, Social care, Well-being. Metal Health/education/self-management
Brief Description of Work: Formerly a professional film maker, I am now a Peer Recovery Trainer and helped found CNWL’s Recovery & Wellbeing College. After several years of accessing secondary mental health services, I completed a User Employment Placement in Westminster Community Day Services where I was introduced to the concept of co-production. I played an active part in co-producing CNWL’s Health and Wellbeing plans and a key role in initiating the Trust’s Peer Support Worker program. I also work as a Peer consultant for ImROC, The Centre for Mental Health and the NHS Confederation where I facilitate Recovery training across the UK.
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