WRAP One on One

WRAP One on One 

This course, by Mary Ellen Copeland, PhD, is an overview of the Wellness Recovery Action Plan or WRAP. The Wellness Recovery Action Plan was developed in 1997 by a group of people who were experiencing mental health challenges. WRAP One on One is designed for people who are supporting others as they develop their WRAP plans. Through interactive lessons, personalized planning tools, and descriptive examples, you will learn step-by-step guidelines for providing support to other people as they develop their WRAP plans. In this course, you will learn about the sections of WRAP which are: the Wellness Toolbox, the Daily Maintenance Plan, Triggers Identification and Action Plan, Early Warning Signs Identification and Action Plan, When Things Are Breaking Down Identification and Action Plan, A Crisis Plan or Advance Directive, and the Post Crisis Plan. You will learn about what each of these sections entails, how you can support another person in developing each section of their WRAP, and some essential dos and don'ts of WRAP. While WRAP is a simple system, its use and the Values and Ethics that surround it are far-reaching and complex. This course explains the Values and Ethics, and how they are applied in helping someone develop a WRAP. The course includes numerous interactive exercises and case studies to help reinforce your learning. This course is designed to teach you only how to support another individual in developing their WRAP. If you plan to lead a WRAP group, or develop a WRAP program in your agency or organization, you will need further information and training. The specific training protocol for how to facilitate WRAP groups, which is a more complex process than supporting individuals in developing a WRAP plan, is beyond the scope of this course. Contact the Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery (www.CopelandCenter.com) for further information on becoming a WRAP group facilitator and/ or integrating this evidence-based program into your agency or organization. You will find the list of WRAP and Mental Health Recovery resources, including information on becoming a WRAP facilitator, in the References section of this course.


Hours: 1.50


Certificates provided by accrediting body (1 Match)

Oregon Traditional Health Worker


Course Details

Course Code: REL-HHS-MEC-W1ON1
Hours: 1.5
Type: Online Course
Content Expiration Date: 10/31/2022
Learning Objectives:
Cite the Values and Ethics involved in the use of the WRAP.
Identify the steps involved in developing an effective WRAP.
Explain how to guide and support a person in developing her/his individual WRAP.

Section 1: Introduction A. Course Contributors B. About This Course C. Learning Objectives Section 2: Overview of WRAP A. WRAP Is a Unique process B. Lets Review C. WRAP Values and Ethics D. Lets Review E. Values and Ethics: Self-Determination F. Values and Ethics: Equality and Mutual Respect G. Values and Ethics: Unconditional Acceptance H. Values and Ethics: No Limits I. Values and Ethics: Its Up to the Individual J. Review K. Values and Ethics: The Individual Is the Expert L. Values and Ethics: Scenarios M. Values and Ethics: Focus on Strengths N. Values and Ethics: Avoid Clinical Language O. Values and Ethics: Mutuality P. Information Q. Values and Ethics: Validating Difficult Feelings R. Things for the Supporter to Think About S. Things for the Person Developing a WRAP to Think About Section 3: The Wellness Toolbox A. Getting Started with WRAP B. Getting Started with WRAP, continued C. Getting Started: Preliminary Tasks D. The Sections of WRAP E. The Wellness Toolbox F. Review G. Ideas for the Wellness Toolbox H. More about the Wellness Toolbox I. Review Section 4: Daily Maintenance Plan A. The Next Step: Daily Maintenance Plan B. Daily Maintenance Plan: Feeling Well C. Daily Maintenance Plan: Tools to Use Every Day D. Wellness Tools for Every Day E. Review F. Things You Might Need to Do on Any Day Section 5: Triggers A. Triggers B. Action Plan for Dealing with Triggers C. Review D. Section 6: Early Warning Signs E. Early Warning Signs F. Review G. Early Warning Signs: Action Plan H. Review Section 7: When Things Are Breaking Down A. When Things Are Breaking Down B. When Things Are Breaking Down, continued C. When Things Are Breaking Down, continued D. Review E. Review Section 8: The Crisis Plan or Advance Directive A. The Crisis Plan or Advance Directive B. Crisis Plan: Exercise C. Crisis Plan: Exercise - continued D. Review E. What Goes Into a Crisis Plan or Advance Directive? F. The Crisis Plan or Advance Directive - Section 1 G. Review H. The Crisis Plan or Advance Directive - Section 2 I. Review J. Section 3 of the Crisis Plan: Who Takes Over and Who Doesn't K. Supporters L. The Crisis Plan or Advance Directive - Health Care Providers M. Review N. The Crisis Plan or Advance Directive - Treatments O. The Crisis Plan or Advance Directive - Hospitals and Treatment Facilities P. Review Q. The Crisis Plan or Advance Directive - Home/Community/Respite Plan R. Review S. The Crisis Plan or Advance Directive - What Helps and What Doesn't T. The Crisis Plan or Advance Directive - Recognizing Recovery U. Completing and Using the Crisis Plan or Advance Directive V. Review Section 9: Post Crisis Plan A. Post Crisis Plan B. Key points Section 10: Using Your Wrap A. Using WRAP B. Case Study Section 11: Conclusion A. Summary B. References and Resources C. References and Resources - continued D. References and Resources - continued E. References and Resources - continued F. Copeland Center Training Programs G. Copeland Center Training Programs, continued H. E-Learning Programs

Instructor: Mary Ellen Copeland, Ph.D.
This course was written by Mary Ellen Copeland, PhD. Dr. Copeland is an author, educator, and mental health recovery advocate. Her work is based on the study of the day-to-day coping and wellness strategies of people who have experienced and recovered from mental health challenges. Dr. Copeland is known nationally and internationally and is recognized for her work in studying how people recover from mental health challenges. Her focus is on shifting the system of mental health care toward prevention and recovery through education, training, and research. WRAP® and Wellness Recovery Action Plan® are registered trademarks belonging to Mary Ellen Copeland. Disclosure: Mary Ellen Copeland, Ph.D. has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.
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