This is a recording of the webinar: Introduction to Peer Support in the Era of COVID-19, featuring Talor Gray, MPH, which took place on May 13, 2020.
In this webinar, you will learn strategies for peer support and how to make this work while social distancing.
Talor Gray earned her BS from Drake University in 2014, majoring in Psychology with a research focus in Behavioral Neuroscience. With a passion for translating health behavior research into practice, she later received her MPH from the University of Iowa in Community and Behavioral Health. Talor has been involved in the mental health field for the past 10 years, working and volunteering at various non-profit, education, and public health agencies. Her experience ranges from providing individual peer support and systems navigation to public health program development and evaluation. Talor is a certified NAMI Provider and In Our Own Voice speaker, and has provided trainings in population mental health, disability sensitivity, and building self-advocacy skillsets. She currently works at Olmsted County Public Health in Rochester, MN as a Community Health Specialist focused on mental health and substance use topics.