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Learning self help skills for dealing with physical and emotional symptoms can be simple...but it's a much greater challenge using self help methods during the most difficult times-when they can help the most-and incorporating them into daily life. This book presents a system developed and used successfully by people with a variety of physical and emotional symptoms. It ha Learning self help skills for dealing with physical and emotional symptoms can be simple...but it's a much greater challenge using self help methods during the most difficult times-when they can help the most-and incorporating them into daily life. This book presents a system developed and used successfully by people with a variety of physical and emotional symptoms. It has helped them use self care skills more easily to monitor their symptoms, decrease the severity and frequency of symptoms, and improve the quality of their lives.


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Learning self help skills for dealing with physical and emotional symptoms can be simple...but it's a much greater challenge using self help methods during the most difficult times-when they can help the most-and incorporating them into daily life. This book presents a system developed and used successfully by people with a variety of physical and emotional symptoms. It ha Learning self help skills for dealing with physical and emotional symptoms can be simple...but it's a much greater challenge using self help methods during the most difficult times-when they can help the most-and incorporating them into daily life. This book presents a system developed and used successfully by people with a variety of physical and emotional symptoms. It has helped them use self care skills more easily to monitor their symptoms, decrease the severity and frequency of symptoms, and improve the quality of their lives.

30 review for Wellness Recovery Action Plan

  1. 5 out of 5

    Hope Elizabeth Anderson (HopelessBookAddict)

    Loved this book. It is a great resource!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sammie

    This booklet is a great toolkit for those who are working towards living a healthier life. I started doing the exercises in this book, and reading the chapters, for my Community Mental Health Class, but then I really got into and figured that I would take the exercises seriously and to do what Marry Copeland suggests because it is something that is going to help me to become a healthier person and to be aware of when certain things in life become stressful and what to do. I recommend this for ev This booklet is a great toolkit for those who are working towards living a healthier life. I started doing the exercises in this book, and reading the chapters, for my Community Mental Health Class, but then I really got into and figured that I would take the exercises seriously and to do what Marry Copeland suggests because it is something that is going to help me to become a healthier person and to be aware of when certain things in life become stressful and what to do. I recommend this for everyone to read. It may seem simple to many people, or something that they may not be able to relate to in some ways, but it is beneficial for anyone who wants to take their life seriously.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    LOVE this empowering approach to wellness.

  4. 5 out of 5

    B. D. Satterfield

    I found the particle www.SAMHSA.gov evidence-based concepts to greatly evolve my recovery. Recovery, being a lifestyle positively moving away from co-occurring disorders of bad mental health and ritual addictive tendencies while positively addressing my habitual chronic pain. Developing then learning to apply the simple concepts of a mental toolbox, time management, triggers, early warning signs, listing medicines and listing peers was metaphorical eye-opening for me. Just as important as the co I found the particle www.SAMHSA.gov evidence-based concepts to greatly evolve my recovery. Recovery, being a lifestyle positively moving away from co-occurring disorders of bad mental health and ritual addictive tendencies while positively addressing my habitual chronic pain. Developing then learning to apply the simple concepts of a mental toolbox, time management, triggers, early warning signs, listing medicines and listing peers was metaphorical eye-opening for me. Just as important as the concepts I mentioned - addressing our individualized treatment plans past failures and successes along with listing mentally toxic people, places, and things. Specifically, addressing and in my situation writing out all my known triggers was a clarifying moment of insight for me in 2009. I've found the terms to be very clinical in nature, though I myself am clinical based recovery. WRAP helped my self-esteem develop then blossom having failed in trying to address all my chronic medical conditions in 1:1 therapy and group 12 step support groups while under ARD. I write this article in 2018, as a "WRAP facilitator" since 2012.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Edith

    Things I Learned: I need to RELAX and recovery is hard work. Comments: I would have to put this method into practice to find out how truly helpful it is. The method is detailed and has the potential to get you to dig deep into your issues. There are appendices at the end of the book with helpful exercises. I found I use some of them already, but I could probably use more of them more frequently. The WRAP was developed to help people with physical and emotional challenges to control their symptom Things I Learned: I need to RELAX and recovery is hard work. Comments: I would have to put this method into practice to find out how truly helpful it is. The method is detailed and has the potential to get you to dig deep into your issues. There are appendices at the end of the book with helpful exercises. I found I use some of them already, but I could probably use more of them more frequently. The WRAP was developed to help people with physical and emotional challenges to control their symptoms. It's a technique of wellness self-management using focusing, relaxation and stress reduction and peer support. I believe this would be helpful to anyone.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Wildmaven

    I bought this to help treat my PTSD and from it I made a lot of progress. It enabled me to put into words what I was feeling, to create an action plan, and even to help my husband understand how he can help and when to give me space. Awesome book!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Howard Little

    Excellent and wonderful read for those searching for wellness and how to maintain a crisis plan or simply a toolbox of skills necessary in moments of need.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tlingit

    Honestly, this book is good for people who experience mental illness symptoms but are in a place at the moment where they are not experiencing an episode at the time. Otherwise make it a point to find a support group to work on the different parts of the WRAP. It is not suppose to be static like homework but more adaptive and conscious of where you are at when you are experiencing symptoms and how you are when you are not. It is a tool that can be used for just about any illness, physical or men Honestly, this book is good for people who experience mental illness symptoms but are in a place at the moment where they are not experiencing an episode at the time. Otherwise make it a point to find a support group to work on the different parts of the WRAP. It is not suppose to be static like homework but more adaptive and conscious of where you are at when you are experiencing symptoms and how you are when you are not. It is a tool that can be used for just about any illness, physical or mental and can almost be considered to be a part of a journal. It is more than that though. This review may sound touchy feely but because this is a guide and full of suggestions rather than a program (like a 12 step program,) that gives you defined parameters, you are more involved with making the changes and creatively thinking your way through managing your own reactions and symptoms. It is not easy. I have started this plan 2 different times, one with a group and one on my own. It really helps to find peers who can identify with your own personal work than it is to do it with a bunch of disparate people or own your own. Being in therapy may help (I really don't know since most therapy never worked for me.) DBT a type of cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy, really helped and I know for me gave me the ability to think a certain way so that I could manage using the tools in this book. Mary Ellen Copeland is active in updating her website for WRAP. She has other books that deal with different issues with the WRAP for addictions, Families, Youth, Veterans and People in the Military as well as trauma. I finished a WRAP as a part of a WRAP class. It's much better to do it this way.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    What a wonderful guild in personal Mental Health Recovery & Wellness, WRAP! A great point of reference in developing and appreciating self development. I utilize many points of reference and believe this is also helpful for individuals that need a step by step process to develop reference points never before instilled in childhood foundations, or severed as a result of PTSD. I will mention it is very detailed and requires a tremendous investment in developing disciplines. An excellent secular rea What a wonderful guild in personal Mental Health Recovery & Wellness, WRAP! A great point of reference in developing and appreciating self development. I utilize many points of reference and believe this is also helpful for individuals that need a step by step process to develop reference points never before instilled in childhood foundations, or severed as a result of PTSD. I will mention it is very detailed and requires a tremendous investment in developing disciplines. An excellent secular read that is wonderful in adding to enhancing the spiritual aspects of self renewal, and self care.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rusty Shumaker

    My copy is an older edition, I have seen copies of newer edition which include added work spaces. The added work spaces increase page volume. But make notes much easier. A good resource for wellness planning when you are well and possibly expecting not to be anytime in the future.

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    Livvy

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    Mary Jane

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    Deb Eastwood

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    Laurita

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    Linda Maxwell

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    Jordan Dodson

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    TERRY SCOTT

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    Melissa Newcomb

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    Eve

  28. 5 out of 5

    Judith Mayne

  29. 5 out of 5

    Pasha Tanriverdi

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kristina Reese-williams

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