The WRAP Co-Facilitator Directory offers a connection with locally trained and certified WRAP Co-Facilitators who can offer evidence-based practice WRAP workshops in your community. To be listed in this directory, you must have successfully completed the five-day in-person WRAP Co-Facilitator training offered by the Copeland Center or a current Advanced Level WRAP Co-Facilitator of the Copeland Center. Once listed, refresher training requirements must be met to maintain your listing in the directory. Due to COVID certification current as of January 1, 2020, will be maintained.
The directory is designed to fill a need for local resource availability for people seeking WRAP groups. The Copeland Center had to make a sizable investment in technology to get the registry up and running. It is primarily designed for Advanced Level WRAP Co-Facilitators to participate by purchasing bulk listings for their trainees. Because it takes investigation into each individual request that does not come directly through an Advanced Level WRAP Facilitator, the Copeland Center has to do detective work to ensure that individuals were properly trained by qualified trainers and this requires a fee. We encourage WRAP Co-Facilitators to request that their trainers contact the Copeland Center to purchase spaces in the registry and therefore eliminate the research required for an individual request and help make it as affordable as possible to both Advanced Level WRAP Co-Facilitators and WRAP Co-Facilitators. If you qualify to be listed in the directory, please contact the organization or Advanced Level WRAP Co-Facilitator who provided your training. Current Advanced Level WRAP® Co-Facilitators who want to list people they have trained and provided refresher courses should contact us for more information.
Brenda Dagestad has worked with Mental Health America of Abilene since 2015. Brenda has been a Mental Health Peer Specialist (MHPS) since 2016. Brenda Works not only on the local level as an advocate, but also on the federal level. Brenda first became a WRAP Facilitator in 2017 and has been facilitating WRAP ever since.
A peer councilor with a solid background whilst working with and amongst my peers.
My name is Cailyn Fleury and I currently work for Rutland Mental Health as a residential recovery specialist and at Howard Center for the Park Street program as a residential counselor. My husband and I live in Florence VT with our dog, cat, chickens and two ducks. I first learned about WRAP through Rutland Mental Health and sat in on a couple of the groups. In March 2017 I joined a three day WRAP group to gain more of an understanding about the program. Not only did the program help me to better understand the people I work with but I learned a lot about myself. I have started to implement the WRAP I made and it has been very helpful in my day to day life.
I stand by the power of WRAP and each individual to define their own recovery and achieve it. My own recovery has been a lifelong process I will continually work on, but the great strides I made from WRAP have given me so much insight and growth. My goal is to work with diverse populations and provide a supportive mutual learning environment so everyone can reach their full potential. My number one goal is to provide HOPE and to EMPOWER. My work has lead me to serve people with disabilities and those experiencing homelessness, and I have been called to work with those looking to improve their mental wellness.
I was introduced to the WRAP program in 2007 through my employer. WRAP has become a vital tool in my life, helping me gain control of my life challenges and allowing me to face them head on. Because of the benefits I've found with developing my own personal plan, I am passionate about the WRAP program, and want to share my experiences with others so that they can live their lives to the fullest. I consider this program to be my “playbook,” and would like to help others find the value of WRAP for themselves. I am an Occupational Therapy Assistant working in a mental health setting, with 10 year experience.
I am a FULL TIME single mother of 4 young adults. Jasmine 25, Jada 20, Juwan 20 and Juvante' 18. The greatest job I will ever have is being their mother, their guide, their friend their peer supporter. I have been in recovery since 2004. I Retired as a MSgt E-7 from the United States Air Force on Dec 2012 at Patrick AFB, FL after serving 24 years. My military experience is in the area of Logistics and Education and Training. I currently work with victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. My purpose in life is to leave a place better than when I first arrived. I am thankful to God for the opportunity to serve as a WRAP Facilitator and Peer Supporter to others in recovery.
My name is Caroline Boylan. I work as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in South Cavan South Monaghan Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. I work with young people aged between 0 - 18 years and their families.
Since completing WRAP I have incorporated it into all aspects of my personal and professional life. WRAP has provided me with the skills to manage challenges and make the most of everyday.
I look forward to facilitating Youth WRAP to the young people attending CAMHS and WRAP for their family members and supporters.
I am a native of Mississippi currently working and living in South Louisiana. I am a Certified Peer Support Specialist and a Peer Recovery Coach. Through my personal experiences, I understand that living a wholehearted life can be very challenging while managing mental health issues. I believe that recovery is a journey and it can be a fulfilling one at that. Let’s journey together!
Catherine Scott is a Certified Peer Support Specialist in Durham, NC. She has not only been a survivor of mental health issues, substance, and alcohol use but is also an overcomer of childhood trauma. Catherine has a passion for helping others to not only get the physical help that they need but to address their mental health as well. She is currently a CPSS at RI in Durham, NC. She has volunteered with Durham Crisis Response Center and is an active part of The Fayetteville Street Corridor organization, where she helps marginalized individuals find and express their voices. "Your current situation does not have to be your destination," is a motto that Catherine uses daily to remind herself and help others to understand that tomorrow is another day to make a positive change in your life.