Wellbeing plans (WRAPS) can help with mental health recovery - workshop
Wellbeing plans (WRAPS) can help with mental health recovery - workshop

About the session

In this workshop students will learn about wellbeing (WRAP) plans and how they can be used to support mental wellbeing and personal recovery. There will be an opportunity for students to start their wellbeing plans and to consider how these and other tools can empower them to take ownership of their personal recovery.

Learning objectives

  • To understand the key concepts of wellbeing plans (WRAP) and how to use one to support personal recovery
  • To have an opportunity to begin a wellbeing plan to help personal empowerment

This course takes place over two hours in one session.

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Upcoming course dates

Each course is 1 x 2 hours – 2 hours in total (over one day)
Wellbeing plans(WRAPs) can help with mental health recovery - workshop
14th December
1:30pm - 3:30pm
Oxford House, Bishop Stortford

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An introduction to wellbeing plans

Students will learn about the key concept of Wellbeing plans (Wellness Recovery Action Plan) and how to use one to support themselves in their own recovery. Experts by experience lead this session and share why they have a wellbeing plan and what tools they have to support their mental wellbeing and personal recovery.

No upcoming dates?

Our courses are regularly reviewed and may not appear available every term. If you've just missed the last session or you're waiting for a new release, you can still register your interest in this course. The more interest we receive the greater the chance of the course returning!

About recovery

What does personal recovery mean, and why is it so important?

Read about recovery, why it’s important and how a recovery college can help you with your mental wellbeing.

Further help and support

If you want some help to book this course, or would like to put your name down for a course that's not currently running, please get in touch with us.

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