WRAP FACILITATOR TRAINING IS BACK FOR FALL 2021!
WRAP Facilitator Training is appropriate for anyone who would like to lead WRAP groups, work with others to develop their own WRAP and give presentations on mental health recovery related issues to groups or organizations. Attendees are ex
Congratulations to Waynette Brock, Copeland Center National Director of Training. Waynette received the 2021 San Mateo County Mental Health & Substance Abuse Recovery Commission George Culores Hall of Fame Award.
We all have stories to tell - about our wellness, lives, community inclusion, your challenges, your victories, etc. Share your stories, get supportive ideas and maybe get posted on the Copeland Website.
The Copeland Center is now an approved CPS training vendor by the Pennsylvania Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) and the Pennsylvania Certification Board (PCB).
The Copeland Center is proud to bring its unique peer-run recovery trainings around the world. With trained Wellness Ambassadors and facilitators in France, the Netherlands, Ireland, Scotland, Hong Kong, Japan and more, we now have the opportunity to support Recovery and Wellness in Ghana and Nigeria.
This members-only webinar with Executive Director Matthew Federici will be an interactive session exploring the research, best practices and personal applications of key wellness concepts we can chose to bring into our leadersh
by Crystal Brinkley
The Community Inclusion course was extremely refreshing to me personally as a consumer as well as professionally. I am very eager to see and be a part of the growth of this movement! It was invigorating to learn of an even greater holistic model for health and wellness. I thoroughly enjoyed the three day process including all the materials, the presenters and the diversity of interactive modalities used. The surveys and breakout groups were so helpful each in their own unique ways! Even having to present my wellness story in terms of impactful domains of participation was rewarding, especially after doing the exercise linking experiences back to childhood. By reframing my experiences in this way, I felt an even greater purpose and value in not just what I'm doing but why - it's given me even more meaning and empowerment for the domains I'm currently active in.
by Linda Meyer
As I continue with my own wellness transformation journey, I realize more and more each day how I have really become a different person. I am breaking the chain from my past struggles and triggers that try to challenge me today and I am accomplishing this because of the important life changing concept of WRAP that came into my life 6 years ago.