Reflecting as a group

Group reflection is essential for your team and organisation to learn from your experiences as peer navigators.

Group reflection is an opportunity to share the challenges and issues you have encountered during client sessions. You can get input from peer colleagues on how they have approached these issues in their own practice.

If these conversations are captured in some way (e.g. minutes or notes, leaving out identifying details), or shared with other staff and programs, it can help the organisation learn about changing needs, identities, and experiences among people living with HIV. This is particularly important when you are working with clients who are not very engaged with your own organisation and other services, as this group is often under-represented in social research studies.

Exercise

Please check the workbook for an exercise related to this topic.

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