Put it in your pocket, your purse or your backpack. It’s a great, handy way to keep your WRAP (either a synopsis or a full version) with you wherever you go. You can add ideas you have, update information or share it with someone easily and conveniently.
If you would like extra copies, you can order in specific quantities through the website,
Both Peer Support and WRAP are about living and doing things that promote growth, recovery and wellness. By combining the two, the strategies that we discover in peer support become part of our WRAP, and the skills and strategies we discover as we learn about and use WRAP, assist us in peer support.
I have always suspected that the mental health challenges I have faced in my life, and those that affect so many other people, were actually caused by the “bad things”, or trauma, that they had experienced. This book is an adaptation of the basic WRAP program for people who recognize trauma as the cause of their mental health difficulties. It contains information and examples that are specific to addressing issues related to trauma, along with information from people like you, who are working on their wellness and recovery.
Upcoming Webinars: WRAP Overview with Mary Ellen Copeland Thursday, April 26, 2012, 2-3 pm EDT
Join author, educator and mental health advocate, Mary Ellen Copeland, PhD, as she takes us through a basic overview of WRAP®. She will describe the five key concepts: hope, education, personal responsibility, self-advocacy, and support. Mary Ellen will go through the sections of WRAP: Wellness Tools, the Daily Maintenance Plan, Triggers and Triggers Action Plan, Early Warning Signs and Action Plan, When Things are Breaking Down, Crisis Planning/Advance Directive, and Post Crisis planning. She will also talk about the Values and Ethics that are fundamental to WRAP. The presentation will be followed by a live question and answer session.
In this webinar, Mary Ellen Copeland, PhD, will explore how people use WRAP daily as their guide to recovery and wellness. She will talk about the importance of hope, personal responsibility, education, self- advocacy, support, and problem solving in using WRAP. In addition she will share ideas for enhancing each section of WRAP so that it becomes a truly powerful personal guide. Her presentation will include stories that she has gathered from people around the world who use WRAP; stories that illustrate the challenges of using WRAP, and the power of WRAP in helping people to improve the quality of their daily lives and going on to meet their own goals and dreams.
The Wellness Retreat is open to anyone; from WRAP® beginners to Advanced Level WRAP Facilitators. Attending the Wellness Retreat will qualify participants for WRAP Facilitator Training.
Join experienced recovery educators for a week of activities, workshops, and fun while expanding your Wellness Toolbox, trying new things, and focusing on your personal wellness. Recovery educators will be on hand to support participants in writing and expanding their WRAPsand Mary Ellen Copeland will be presenting as well.