S48: FEATURED SYMPOSIUM: Innovations in Community Services

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Authors: Jemima Isbester

Year: 2019

Event: 2019 TheMHS Conference

Subject: FEATURED SYMPOSIUM: Innovations in Community Services

Type of resource: Conference Presentations and Papers

Abstract: Jemima Ibester is a Senior Peer Worker in the Sydney Local Health working in the Community Mental Health teams. As a Senior peer worker Jemima supports people with lived experience to maximize their abilities and create adaptive supportive relationships with leaders to ensure the success of her team. Jemima is a strong believer in leadership through lived experience and leads a committee of consumers and carers that directly influence service delivery in the LHD.
A self confessed self help addict Jemima is trained in hearing voices group facilitation, intentional peer support and purposeful self disclosure.
Jemima looks forward to a future in mental health centered around self determination and social justice.

Peer worker clinicians; people with lived experience working in community mental health and acute care. Presented by Jemima Ibester

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