Cheryl S. Sharp, MSW, MWT, CPSST
Cheryl Sharp is Copeland Center Certified Advanced Level WRAP Facilitator works exclusively with the Copeland Center to co-faciliate the Advanced Level WRAP Facilitators Course as well as to provide mentorship for WRAP Facilitators. She is also the Special Advisor for Trauma-Informed for the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare. She received her degrees from East Carolina University. She practices as a life coach/mentor and is an ordained minister. Cheryl serves on the Board of Directors of Pocket Sanctuary at Kenyon Ranch, a psycho-educational and spiritual retreat center and non-medical model alternative healing center located in Tubac, Arizona. She was a leader/facilitator for the STAR Process, an intensive process that focuses on healing from trauma, grief and loss. She holds the unique perspective of a person with lived experience both as a family member and as an ex-consumer of services as well as a provider of services. She is an Advanced Level WRAP Facilitator and serves as a trainer/consultant (WRAP®) for the Copeland Center for Wellness & Recovery, a Mental Health First Aid Trainer® and a trainer of Intentional Peer Support (Shery Mead). She recently received the Lou Ann Townsend Courage Award for her contributions on behalf of those with psychiatric disabilities. Her work with the National Council has been to bring a wellness and recovery focus to trauma-informed practices for community behavioral healthcare through consultation with SAMHSA’s National Center for Trauma-Informed Care and SAMHSA’s Promoting Alternatives to Seclusion and Restraint.
If you are interested in having Cheryl facilitate WRAP workshops or provide presentations contact the Copeland Center.