An Advanced Level WRAP® Facilitator is an experienced WRAP Facilitator who has completed a Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery five-day Advanced Level WRAP Co-Facilitator course and mentoring requirements. The Copeland Center for Wellness and recovery is the sole provider of the Advanced Level WRAP® Co-Facilitator certification as a strategic partner of Advocates for Human Potential, the owners of the WRAP® curriculum.
Following is a list of Advanced Level WRAP Co-Facilitators who have been recently trained, demonstrated an ability to follow a core set of values and ethical practices, and have maintained their certification through required Copeland Center refresher courses. People who have not successfully completed a Copeland Center Advanced Level WRAP Co-Facilitator training are not recognized by the Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery to conduct the evidence-based in-person Seminar II WRAP Co-Facilitator course. Seminar II WRAP Co-Facilitator course is a five-day course that follows and standardized curriculum. If you are organizing a Seminar II WRAP Co-Facilitator course please contact us for verification of trainers. All Seminar II WRAP Facilitator courses must be co-facilitated by at least two certified Advanced Level Co-Facilitators.
If you are an Advanced Level WRAP® Co-Facilitator who was certified in the past two years or has met the refresher qualifications, please contact us at email@example.com and provide a copy of your certification or refresher documentation so we can include you on this list. If you are listed and your information has changed, please contact us with updates. (List current as of August 17, 2022).
Due to COVID Advanced Level Certification and recertification courses are starting back up. Co-Facilitator whose certifications that were current at the beginning of 2020 will be maintained throughout the year as we will offer several opportunities for recertifications.
|First Name||Last Name||City||State/Country|
|Sandra||McQueen Baker||Miami Gardens||FL|
|Jo Dee||Nicosia||Apollo Beach||FL|
|Kelly||Uhland||Egg Harbor Township||NJ|
|Inge||van den Anker||Netherlands|
|Dick||van der Vlugt||Netherlands|
Amey Dettmer is a Certified Peer Specialist and Advanced Level WRAP Facilitator, born and raised in rural Pennsylvania. Amey is currently the Program Manager of Doors to Wellbeing National Consumer Technical Assistance Center, a program of the Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery. Previously, Amey has been employed as a CPS supervisor and CPS providing direct peer support in her community. As a mental health advocate in her local area, she has been filmed for public service announcements and featured on the front page of her local newspaper, giving voice to the importance of peer support and the possibilities of recovery and wellness. Amey is a person who credits her own wellness to the connection, mutual learning, and understanding that began in her life once she was introduced to like-minded peer supporters, wanting to impact changes within our mental health system.
Lala Doost is from the beautiful Bay Area in California. Lala has gained many years of experience working with non-profit, peer-run or peer-focused agencies in California, and other states, that are focused on providing support and resources to community members wanting to enhance their wellness. Lala continues to collaborate with agencies to provide workshops that promote the exploration of approaches to stay well in various environments, including at work.
Rachelle Weiss, MS, has been a peer worker/supervisor/advocate for over 20 years. In 1995, following the closure of a state hospital she was recruited to be the director of a local Consumer Satisfaction Team. She was the first consumer program director in her region and one of the first mental health workers in her area who spoke openly about her personal mental health challenges. Rachelle was instrumental in bringing recovery education and reform to her local and state mental health systems.
Ryan Tempesco, CPS and Advanced Level WRAP Facilitator, is a transgender individual who has found peace and wellness through community support, connection and understanding. He is currently the Program Support Coordinator for Doors to Wellbeing National Consumer Technical Assistance Center. He is an advocate for wellness, as well as equal rights in his community, and always brings optimism with him wherever he goes. Ryan bring his experience as a board member of a consumer operated organization in VA, VOCAL, and in co-chairing the organizing committee of Alternatives 2018.
Chief Executive Officer, One New Heartbeat, Inc Waynette is an Advanced Level WRAP Facilitator and leads the organizational team which has created an outreach modality that encompasses a broad range of services, specifically targeting high risk individuals, as well as anyone who wants positive life changes. WRAP® is considered by us to be the most effective method for restoring the spirits of those seeking a greater sense of self to achieve a meaningful life. “Responding to life's challenges instead of reacting to situations are the principals upon which One New Heart Beat was developed.” Together we assist in the process of shifting toward self-reliance, shaping the way people think and react to varying situations – with selflessness and compassion.