Listen to the recording of our first members only webinar with Jane Winterling on Creating Wellness Support Groups.
Thousands of people across the United States and around the world use WRAP to deal with difficult feelings and behaviors, enhance their wellness and meet their goals. Join Advanced Level WRAP Facilitator, Jawanza Hadley, as he takes us through a basic overview of WRAP® with a special focus on employment.
The Copeland Center celebrated National Wellness Week with three webinars designed to encourage individuals, families, and communities across the country to improve their health behaviors. This webinar by Advanced Level WRAP Facilitator Eric Larson, focused on using WRAP for use in helping to manage diabetes.
In this webinar, Sherri Rushman, Advanced Level WRAP Facilitator, will guide attendees through the process of identifying support related Wellness Tools and then using those tools to build a powerful WRAP. "Everyone needs friends we can talk to, pals to share activities with, and people we can depend on. This training is based on Mary Ellen Copeland's "The Loneliness Workbook" and we will explore: definitions of loneliness, images of loneliness, what loneliness means to you, why people may avoid you, how to use wellness tools to relieve loneliness, how to enjoy time alone, looking at your strengths, and how to have mutual relationships."
WRAP Facilitator, Dawn Heffernan, explored how WRAP has helped her create the plan that works for her around food. As Dawn says: "I struggled with issues around food, why did I eat ALL the cookies or chocolate, why did I have so little self-control around certain foods. I would like to share my journey with you and together we may shine some light on this difficult subject. I make no promises but developing your own WRAP around food is possible and achieving your goal is not as impossible as you might think."
For large numbers of people in Vermont the only access to Mental Health Services is through their primary care provider in community clinics. This workshop tells about how a small rural hospital which is also a Patient-Centered Medical Home in Vermont, received a grant to improve access to Mental Health for persons served. They chose WRAP as the way to reach the largest number of people. In this workshop participants will learn the process Mt. Ascutney Hospital & Health Center used to contract with Advanced level WRAP Facilitators to develop a successful, sustainable WRAP Program as part of their ongoing education/prevention workshop offerings.
"WRAP for Everyday Lives", a webinar based on the Wellness Recovery Action Plan, introduces the infinitely do-able structure of WRAP for adults with distinct learning needs. Through the experience and expertise of several people with various intellectual abilities, we have developed a language for describing the parts of WRAP that accepts each person, as they are, unique, special individuals. We recognize that based on self-determination, all people can write a WRAP to move toward a happier, healthier life. The webinar was presented by Dina McFalls and Gina Calhoun.