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January 01, 2020

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Wellness Recovery Action Plan Seminar 1

WRAP Seminar I is offered as a 2 -day or 16 hour workshop.  It 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. Upon successful completion of the 16 hour curriculum, individuals are awarded a WRAP Seminar 1 Certificate.

Thousands of people across the United States and around the world have trained as WRAP® Facilitators. These people are changing the mental health system to honor people’s recovery journeys. This course models the behavior of a facilitator in a WRAP class and stresses authenticity and unconditional high regard, as well as a strong set of values and ethics to guide your work.  This 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. Upon successful completion individuals are awarded a WRAP Seminar II Certificate.

Requirements:

1) Mental Health Recovery and WRAP Seminar 1 Certificate OR Copeland Center Correspondence Course Certificate.

2)Have and use your own WRAP

Intentional Peer Support (IPS), 5-Day

Introduction Core Training! In this highly interactive environment, participants learn the tasks and principles of IPS, examine assumptions about who they are, and explore ways to create relationships in which power is negotiated, co-learning is possible, and support goes beyond traditional notions of “service.” IPS is all about opening up new ways of seeing, thinking, and doing.

Hearing Voices Facilitator Training, 3-Day

Hearing Voices Movement started in the Netherlands in the late 1980’s promoting a new way of understanding the voice hearing experience.  This new way of approaching living with a hearing voices experience is widely accepted. The Hearing Voices Movement and the representing networks are committed to providing spaces where voice hearers can feel safe to talk about and find meaning in their experience.  Today, there are hundreds of hearing voices support groups throughout the world.

 

The training seeks candidates who:

  1. Self-identify a lived experience of hearing voices – hearing, seeing or sensing things that others don’t.

  2. Have experience participating in and/or facilitating a mutual aid group or other group that promotes wellness and recovery.

  3. Have knowledge of the Hearing Voices Movement and learned that hearing voices is a common human experience, for example:

    1. having attended a training on hearing voices,

    2. having attended hearing voices peer support groups

    3. self-learning through internet, peers, personal stories or any other sources

  4. Have intentions to facilitate a hearing voices support group.

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