What is the
Peak Living Network?
Participate in Our Forum
This Forum has been created to facilitate communication between people who are either in the PLN network or are interested in discussing PLN principles and techniques.
You can also use this Forum as a way to find partners to split time with, whether in person or on the phone.
What a Local Peer Living Support Network Does
The core of what keeps a local PLN network strong is regular attendance at open support meetings and frequent splitting of time among participants outside of support meetings. If you want your network to thrive, and your own healing to shoot forward, build these practices into your regular routine with discipline and commitment.
Open Support Meetings
The open support meeting is a highly structured gathering, and both the facilitators and the participants are asked to follow the guidelines closely. The guidelines and the reasons for them are explained in “The Structure of a Peak Living Network Open Support Meeting.” By having a clear structure, we help to assure that everyone’s needs at the meeting are attended to and that the meeting has a positive effect, avoiding to the best extent we can triggering and re-injuring people.
Like open support meetings, support sessions are free. You can co-counsel as often as you choose to, based on your ability to find other participants who are open to doing sessions with you.
You do not need to split time with other people if you choose not to; many people will choose to just go to open support meetings. In other words, co-counseling is an additional healing approach available to those who choose to try it, not an obligation of participating in the Peak Living Network.