Wellness Recovery Action Planning
WORKSHOPS, COURSES AND PRESENTATIONS

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Training similar to and supportive of WRAP


We are here to match people who want to learn about Wellness Recovery Action Planning with those who want to share about WRAP.

 

If you'd like to learn about WRAP: Contact Becky

 

If you'd like to share your knowledge of WRAP: Contact Roger

 

Depiction of 5 WRAP Concepts created by 3 trainees:

Valued Lives

 

Who is WRAP for?
Wellness Recovery Action Planning is for anyone interested in planning for wellness or recovery.

WRAP is good for people who consider themselves 'in-recovery', 'fully recovered' or helping others to recover.

We can put you in touch with WRAP facilitators/trainers anywhere in the UK

By using WRAP individuals gain/regain the belief that they are the most important factor determining their wellness, ensuring more effective recovery from current and future crises.

Below is one of our facilitators with WRAP course participants.
WRAP training in Leicester, 2012
WRAP can boost understanding for healthy people, whilst helping to relate with friends, relatives and work colleagues who may be suffering.

Participants work together on the workshops and often continue to find out more about wellness and recovery together after the course.

Common benefits of WRAP for individuals such as increased happiness are difficult to measure, yet we do know participants who had been out of work have gained the confidence to become fully active again.

The one and two day courses are for people with; diagnosed health problems, excess stress but staying relatively well and those such as managers who may or may not be feeling much stress themselves but need a better understanding.

An introduction to the key concepts of Wellness Recovery & WRAP can be delivered as a talk, with some audience participation, in as little as 50 minutes. The maximum attending one of our WRAP talks has been 90. This has been in 2016 and 2017 for 'Think Ahead'.

We find groups of 12 work well together on the one day course. For people in recovery from severe psychological injuries, the two day version with two facilitators can be ideal.

Since 2008 we have been facilitating WRAP training for mixed groups of carers and people who are in-recovery.

The best known parts of WRAP are the seven steps. There is a lot more to WRAP than these 7 steps.


WRAP chart