The Principle of Peership
A Gap in the Forest established the principle of Peership to capture the essence of the services we provide. We define Peership as a relationship between two or more people who, through lived experience, glean strength in shared challenges, and hope from each other's personal journeys.
We reinforce the importance of personal connection and finding community among like-minded individuals. Collaborating on creative projects and telling our individual and collective stories builds purpose and continues the important dialogue concerning mental health.
Conceptualized during the pandemic of 2020, AGITF was inspired by both the passion and unique experience of Insight Enrichment Group's team of peer mentors, and the inspiring talents of the clients they work with.
Our Peer Leaders
Adam has been working in education for the past three decades. He has developed numerous programs throughout his career for young adults living with mental health conditions. In 2004, Adam created Insight Enrichment Group, providing individualized and integrated psychosocial support, life skills education, executive functioning coaching, and case management to teens and adults living with mental health conditions. A passionate voice in mental health advocacy and education, Adam also maintains numerous speaking engagements and educational presentations. His continued collaboration with The National Alliance on Mental Illness includes volunteering as a lead presenter for their “Ending the Silence” program and facilitating family support groups.