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Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey Inc

11 Spring Street

Freehold, New Jersey 07728

United States

Company Description

Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey, Inc. (CSPNJ) is a private not-for-profit organization. The agency is directed, managed and staffed through the collaborative efforts of mental health consumers, survivors and non-consumers. CSPNJ strives to pr ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor

Rutgers University

Assistant Professor

Rutgers University

Occupational Therapist

Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital

Affiliations

Board Member
NJPRA Inc

Committee Member
National Wellness Pledge

Part Time Assistant Professor
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

Education

MA

MA

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

OTR/L PhD

Ph.D.

CSP-NJ Institute for Wellness

Ph.D.

Institute for Wellness

Ph.D.

University of Medicine and Dentistry

Ph.D.

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey School of Health-Related Professions

PhD

Rutgers University

PhD

University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ , School of Health Related Professions

PhD.

University of Illinois at Chicago

associates degree

Union County College

bachelor's degree

Kean University

doctorate

Occupational Therapy

New York University

Web References (189 Total References)


Peggy Swarbrick, PhD, OT, ...

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Peggy Swarbrick, PhD, OT, CPRP, FAOTA Director of the Institute for Wellness and Recovery Initiatives

Peggy Swarbrick has worked at Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey (CSPNJ) for 16 years. She currently coordinates activities for the Institute for Wellness and Recovery Initiatives. She is also currently a part time assistant professor in the Rutgers School of Health Related Professions, Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Counseling Professions. Peggy is actively involved in research, training and consultation activities focused on wellness and health promotion, employment and enhancing recovery through participation in valued occupations.


2014 Survey of Education, Compensation, and Satisfaction | interNational Association of Peer Specialists (iNAPS)

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The Agency version of the survey was adapted from a statewide survey of New Jersey peer/consumer providers and mental health agencies developed by Peggy Swarbrick of the Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey (CSPNJ) Wellness Institute for the Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) and CSPNJ. For copies of the original survey contact: pswarbrick@cspnj.org


This survey was adapted from a ...

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This survey was adapted from a statewide survey of New Jersey peer/consumer providers and mental health agencies developed by Peggy Swarbrick of the Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey (CSPNJ) Wellness Institute for the Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) and CSPNJ. For copies of the original survey contact: pswarbrick@cspnj.org


In an effort to help both ...

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In an effort to help both health care practitioners and people with mental health issues focus on their overall well-being, Dr. Peggy Swarbrick, PhD, Director, Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey (CSPNJ) Wellness Institute and Associate Professor, Rutgers University, developed a groundbreaking "holistic wellness dimension model", featuring eight overall dimensions and six physical domains which, as its name implies, may help individuals view themselves as whole, in "mind, body, and spirit". The eight dimensions Dr. Swarbrick identified are emotional, financial, social, spiritual, occupational, physical, intellectual, and environmental.

Since its development, many advocates and organizations are utilizing Dr. Swarbrick's model, including the SAMHSA Wellness Campaign.
In an article in Behavioral Health News, Dr. Swarbrick observed that "[w]ellness is a conscious, deliberate process that requires a person to become aware of and make choices that help promote a more satisfying lifestyle. The holistic wellness dimension model asks individuals to become aware of all of their lifestyle choices, each of which can impact a person's life, positively or negatively. So while a person may not have control over whether or not they have a mental illness, they do have the ability to stop smoking, to exercise, to eat well, and so forth.
Tools such as Dr. Swarbrick's holistic wellness dimension model are essential components in training to become a community mental health practitioner. The DirectCourse/College of Recovery and Community Inclusion course Introduction to Mental Health Recovery and Wellness, for which Dr. Swarbrick served as the National Editor, incorporates this focus on overall wellness, and examines in even greater detail these eight dimensions of wellness and SAMHSA's Wellness Initiative.


Focusing on the Whole Individual is One Key to Long-Term Health | DirectCourse

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In an effort to help both health care practitioners and people with mental health issues focus on their overall well-being, Dr. Peggy Swarbrick, PhD, Director, Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey (CSPNJ) Wellness Institute and Associate Professor, Rutgers University, developed a groundbreaking "holistic wellness dimension model", featuring eight overall dimensions and six physical domains which, as its name implies, may help individuals view themselves as whole, in "mind, body, and spirit". The eight dimensions Dr. Swarbrick identified are emotional, financial, social, spiritual, occupational, physical, intellectual, and environmental.

Since its development, many advocates and organizations are utilizing Dr. Swarbrick's model, including the SAMHSA Wellness Campaign.
In an article in Behavioral Health News, Dr. Swarbrick observed that "[w]ellness is a conscious, deliberate process that requires a person to become aware of and make choices that help promote a more satisfying lifestyle. The holistic wellness dimension model asks individuals to become aware of all of their lifestyle choices, each of which can impact a person's life, positively or negatively. So while a person may not have control over whether or not they have a mental illness, they do have the ability to stop smoking, to exercise, to eat well, and so forth.
Tools such as Dr. Swarbrick's holistic wellness dimension model are essential components in training to become a community mental health practitioner. The DirectCourse/College of Recovery and Community Inclusion course Introduction to Mental Health Recovery and Wellness, for which Dr. Swarbrick served as the National Editor, incorporates this focus on overall wellness, and examines in even greater detail these eight dimensions of wellness and SAMHSA's Wellness Initiative.

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