Seminar I: Developing a Wellness Recovery Action Plan®

Course description: WRAP Seminar I (16+ hours) is for anyone who wants to learn about WRAP® and begin to incorporate it into their life to improve personal wellness and achieve an improved quality of life. The course is designed to be highly interactive and encourage participation and sharing from all present. The course also lays a broad foundation for building a peer workforce.  Successful completion of this course fulfills the prerequisites for being trained as a WRAP Facilitator. WRAP Seminar I is offered in a variety of in-person formats - weekly, half days, full days. The Copeland Center is the exclusive licsensed provider of WRAP Seminar I online.

Learning objectives

Following successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
• Apply the Five Key Concepts of Recovery to their everyday life to improve their quality of life.
• Identify tools and action plans to counter the negative effects of life challenges and improve responses to disturbing thoughts and feelings to achieve improved states of wellness.
• Describe the history, foundations and structure of the Wellness Recovery Action Plan®.

Available Sessions

10/23/2023 - 1:00pm
Seminar I: Developing a Wellness Recovery Action Plan®
Recent testimonials:

“I really enjoyed the three days and it was great to meet so many people who have benefited so much from WRAP and hear about how others are delivering WRAP.”
Nicola Gray, Scotland

"I took the WRAP for Health workshop by Gina Calhoun and Scott Heller. It was wonderful. I was really impressed by their ability to integrate everyone into the facilitation. It's interesting how people with different issues and from different places in life can attend a "standardized" WRAP training and come out at the end with a personalized WRAP plan. Usually, standard practice is to fit people into categories (this workshop is for a person with this or that) and prescribe specific remedies based upon that categorization. WRAP it seems can address specific needs of specific individuals--yet do so as a group! Powerful."