Peer Support Programme
The PSA’s Peer Support Programme is available for all current members.
Association members have volunteered to become trained in skills to provide help and guidance to colleagues on a range of issues, acting as a critical friend to peers needing independent support.
New members who join the association will be proactively contacted with the offer of personal support around career development or wellbeing needs and where appropriate, paired with a peer who will provide this help based on their training and experience.
Current members who are experiencing issues with which they would benefit from peer support can also contact the national office to be partnered with a colleague who can provide this objective help.
Any member who would like to access a trained peer should email paul.f[email protected] or [email protected].
If you would like to volunteer your time to become a trained peer supporter, short one-day courses are available, supplied by Oscar Kilo.
Forthcoming dates are:
Friday 27th May
The course runs from 0900-1500. To secure a place, email [email protected]
Third party support is available for members on a range of health and wellbeing issues. If you are in need of wellbeing support that is not addressed here, or through the National Police Wellbeing Service, please contact us.