1.D.9. Role modeling

NARR Standard 3.0: 1.D.9. Staff model and teach recovery skills and behaviors

Protocols are in place that support staff in practicing self-care, both in and out of the organization. As staff model recovery skills (e.g. self-care, boundaries, support network) and demonstrate genuineness, empathy, respect, support, and unconditional positive regard, they become a recovery capital resource to residents and reinforce the social model (staff role; authority base; recovery orientation), thereby promoting positive recovery outcomes — NARR Standard 3.0 Compendium

The standard is upheld by the following rules:

  • 1.D.9.a. Evidence that management supports staff members maintaining self-care.
  • 1.D.9.b. Evidence that staff are supported in maintaining appropriateboundaries according to a code of conduct.
  • 1.D.9.c. Evidence that staff are encouraged to have a network of support.
  • 1.D.9.d. Evidence that staff are expected to model genuineness, empathy, respect, support and unconditional positive regard

Table of Contents

1.D.9.a. Self-care
1.D.9.b. Boundaries
1.D.9.c. Staff support
1.D.9.d. Positive regard

Course Syllabus

  • NARR 3.0 | 1.D.9. Role modeling