Wellness Recovery Action Plan® (WRAP®)

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WRAP – Wellness Recovery Action Plan is your “Go To” Recovery Book

WRAP – Wellness Recovery Action Plan by Mary Ellen Copeland, PhD has broad usability across many wellness issues and is used world-wide as a foundation for developing a recovery strategy. This is the “go to” book for people seeking a recovery resource and is the building block for individuals who are starting their own WRAP program. WRAP is an easy, self-designed that anybody can use.

What is WRAP or Wellness Recovery Action Plan? WRAP is a wellness process that can be used to address all kinds of physical, mental health and life issues.

WRAP – Wellness Recovery Action Plan is the foundation for any WRAP program and is an excellent starting place for you to begin your recovery process. It describes the program and explains the benefits of WRAP in addition to guiding you through developing own WRAP plan. You will also find supplemental resources which cover many helpful, important topics such as exchange listening, sleeping tips, relaxation exercises, pointers for developing a strong support system and much more.

The book will help you:

WRAP has been studied extensively in rigorous research projects and is listed in the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices. It can help you in your recovery process.

WRAP is for anyone, any time. It is used by people in all kinds of circumstances, and by health care and mental health systems all over the world. WRAP will help you get well and stay well and make your life the way you want it to be. WRAP works!

WRAP – Wellness Recovery Action Plan (or the “Red WRAP”)is the original WRAP book and is part of a series of many great WRAP books written by Mary Ellen Copeland. Other WRAP books include: WRAP for Addictions, WRAP Plus,Youth WRAP, A WRAP Workbook for Kids, WRAP for Veterans and People in the Military, WRAP for the Effects of Trauma,Family WRAP and Spanish WRAP.

Agencies often purchase this well-known book for distribution to people working with a care provider or for those working in WRAP groups.

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