WRAP Seminar II
Apply to attend a FREE WRAP® Seminar II facilitator training through the WISE Program
This course is five intensive days of workshops that prepares participants to facilitate WRAP® classes and equips them with the skills and materials to facilitate classes in their community and organization. It is for people who have completed a Seminar I WRAP® course. The WRAP® Facilitator training provides an experiential learning environment based on mutuality and self-determination. Participants in this course will be expected to participate in interactive learning activities and demonstrate their own experience with WRAP®.
This training is appropriate for anyone who would like to lead WRAP® groups, work with others to develop their own WRAP® and give presentations on mental health recovery related issues to groups or organizations. Participants are expected to have a solid working knowledge of WRAP® and share their experiential knowledge of how WRAP® can work.
ABOUT THESE WISE-SPONSORED WORKSHOPS
WRAP® Seminar II/Facilitator Training is an intensive course that lasts five full days (Monday - Friday). Participants must attend all five days to become a certified WRAP® facilitator.
WISE will be hosting two WRAP® Seminar II/Facilitator Trainings in Sacramento, CA this summer. The dates for these trainings are:
July 17-21, 2017
All training details including times, locations, and logistics will be sent to successful applicants once they are officially enrolled.
Participants will be responsible for getting to and staying in Sacramento during the training week. Some participants may be eligible for WISE financial assistance to help offset the costs of attendance. We will provide more information about this assistance to applicants who are selected to attend.
To Be Eligibly, Applicants must:
- Work or volunteer in California's Public Mental Health System (PMHS). PMHS means publicly-funded mental health programs/services and entities that are administered, in whole or in part, by the State departments or county. It does not include programs and/or services administered, in whole or in part by federal, state, county or private correctional entities. Title 9, CCR, 3200.253
- Work or volunteer in designated peer position. Peer specialists, peer support specialists, peer partners, peer advocates, peer mentors, peer counselors, recovery coaches, parent partners, family advocates, family and friends coordinators, youth advocates, etc.
- Provide ongoing direct services to public mental health clients.
- Complete a WRAP® Seminar I workshop or other prerequisite course approved by the Copeland Center within the last three years.
Enrollment priority will be granted in the following order:
- Individuals who have already completed a WRAP® Seminar I workshop through NorCal MHA or WISE and are currently working or volunteering in a designated peer position in the PMHS
- Individuals working or volunteering in a designated peer position in the PMHS who provide direct peer support services to mental health clients/consumers (including Transition Age Youth)
- Individuals working or volunteering in a designated peer position in the PMHS who provide direct peer support services to either: (a) parents/caregivers of children and youth; or (b) family members of adult mental health clients/consumers
- Individuals with personal lived experience of recovery who want to work or volunteer in a designated peer position in the PMHS
Applications must be received by May 31, 2017. Please note that submitting an application does not guarantee a slot.