Wellness Recovery Action Plan Seminar II Facilitator training
Jode Freyholtz-London and Yvonne Smith Copeland Center certified Advanced Level Facilitators of WRAP® will lead this one-week training on how to become a Facilitator of WRAP® Wellness Recovery Action Plan®. Before making a commitment to becoming a WRAP® Facilitator, you may want to know what our hope is for you as a WRAP® Facilitator… One of the best preparations for this course is to have developed a WRAP® for yourself and to have used it frequently (ideally for at least 6 or more months). When you accept the certificate that qualifies you as a WRAP® Facilitator, you will be making an explicit agreement to uphold a clear set of Values and Ethics. Mary Ellen Copeland has been clear on her position… “If you don’t want to, or cannot adhere to these Values and Ethics then you cannot work with my curriculum, nor even present yourself as a representative of WRAP®”. These Values and Ethics will be made much clearer when you go through your training.
To become a WRAP® Facilitator, you will demonstrate proficiency in 4 Practice Elements; acquire a definition of “What it means to Facilitate” and Peer Support. You will develop skills in recognizing The Power and Importance of Language, Facilitation Tips, and WRAP® expectations for facilitators. You will become familiar with The Values and Ethics of WRAP®, The Safe Learning Environment, and Remembering Kate: A Story of Hope.
Upon successful completion of the one-week WRAP® Facilitator’s Training, you will receive a Certificate of Completion, and you will be ready to independently coordinate and facilitate WRAP® I Seminars. You will be a qualified representative of WRAP® and ready to lead others through the process of developing a WRAP®.
This training is funded through a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration