From health care to emergency response, the taxing nature of delivering necessary services in demanding environments can sometimes lead to unhealthy amounts of stress and eventual burnout in the workforce. In worst-case scenarios, employees succumb to secondary traumatic experiences.

Peer support is an approach to workplace well-being that uses the nonclinical strengths and abilities of motivated staff to assist co-workers in times of need. Through guidance from a behavioral health expert, peer support can strengthen internal resources and sustain the resilience of your organization.

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