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Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP®): Seminar II Facilitator Training
January 23 @ 9:00 am – January 27 @ 5:00 pm
Location: Hyatt Place Austin/Round Rock
420 Sundance Pkwy
Round Rock, TX 78681
Via Hope invites you to join a 5-day, in-person gathering for a Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP®) Seminar II. This event is the second in a series of WRAP® offerings by Via Hope, including opportunities for WRAP® refreshers and facilitator coaching in the coming year.
32 CEUs will be provided for MHPS, RSPS, RPS, and PSS.
Fee: $1,100 per person (does not include lodging or travel)
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Who should attend WRAP® Seminar II?
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.
Attendees are expected to have a solid working knowledge of WRAP® and share their experiential knowledge of how WRAP® can work.
The WRAP® Facilitator training provides an experiential learning environment based on mutuality. Participants in this training will be asked to participate in interactive learning activities, demonstrate their own experience with WRAP®, and demonstrate the ability to effectively facilitate others in creating a WRAP® through practice sessions.
To attend this training, it is expected that you have familiarity with the different parts of WRAP® through completion of one of the following prerequisites (which must be conducted by a WRAP® Facilitator):
- Copeland Center Correspondence Course;
- 2 or 3 day Seminar I course or workshop; or
- 8 or 12 week Seminar I group or workshop
Additionally, it is expected that you will also have developed and used your own WRAP® plan.
What is WRAP®?
The Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP®) is a personalized wellness and recovery system born out of and rooted in the principle of self-determination. WRAP® is a wellness and recovery approach that helps people to: 1) decrease and prevent intrusive or troubling feelings and behaviors; 2) increase personal empowerment; 3) improve quality of life; and 4) achieve their own life goals and dreams. Working with a WRAP® can help individuals to monitor uncomfortable and distressing feelings and behaviors and, through planned responses, reduce, modify, or eliminate those feelings. (source: Copeland Center)
What is included?
- WRAP® workbook and materials
- 32 CEU’s for certified peer professional and peer specialist supervisors
- Experienced facilitators working to create an honest, safe environment for exploration & healing
- Refreshments and lunch provided each day
More about the WRAP® evidence-base
In 2010, WRAP® was recognized by the United States Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) as an evidence-based practice and listed in the National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices. (source: Copeland Center).
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About our facilitators
Amy Pierce, MHPS, PSS, WRAP® ALF
Amy has been working in the peer movement in the State of Texas for almost two decades and now serves as the Recovery Institute Deputy Director at Via Hope. Amy has been an Advanced Level WRAP® facilitator since 2016 and has been utilizing WRAP® in her life for almost 18 years. She has had the privilege of being able to bring WRAP® to many organizations across the US. Amy is a Mental Health Peer Specialist, a Certified Peer Specialist Supervisor, and trainer/facilitator (Advanced Level WRAP® facilitator, ASIST trainer, WHAM facilitator). Amy is a previous chair of the PAIMI council and is a current board member for Disability Rights Texas. Being able to support and train new WRAP® facilitators brings such joy to her life. It is her desire to bring WRAP® into a large variety of organizations and communities as all persons should have the opportunity to increase their wellbeing should they choose.
Stephanie Jack, MHPS, PSS, WRAP® ALF
Stephanie Jack is an Advanced Level WRAP® Facilitator and Program Manager of the PEERS for Hope House, a peer-run crisis respite in Houston, Texas. Stephanie is a Mental Health Peer Specialist (MHPS) and Peer Specialist Supervisor (PSS) and has been living different versions of her WRAP® since 2014. She is passionate about wellness and people discovering all the tools and strategies they need to live the kind of life they desire and deserve.