Snohomish – DBHR Continuing Education Series – WRAP Refresher (3 Day)
August 21 @ 9:00 am - August 23 @ 4:30 pm
WRAP® Refresher (3-days)
The course is only open to WA state Certified Peer Counselors. The WRAP® Refresher is a interactive course co-facilitated by the Copeland Center Advanced Level Facilitators to sharpen and expand facilitation skills to further engage groups in the Wellness Recovery Action Planning.
Through attendance in this course WRAP Facilitators will:
1. Recognize expanded options on how to give effective group introductions.
2. Identify additional knowledge areas, values and ethics of WRAP.
3. Apply at least one new skill to sharpen and expand group facilitation skills.
4. Develop new and creative approaches to facilitation to accommodate participant challenges and differing group needs.
Recommended for WRAP Facilitators to enhance knowledge and skills with WRAP and to get updates on implementing WRAP as an Evidence-Based Practice (EBP).
*Attendees for this workshop must have prior completion of WRAP Seminar 2: WRAP for Facilitators, and must be a Washington State Certified Peer Counselor. Priority will be given to facilitators who need the refresher (every 2 years). Please submit a copy or photo of your WRAP Seminar 2 certificate to Sharon@holdingthehope.com within one week of registration. Failure to submit a copy of your certificate may result in the loss of your spot in this workshop.
About the Trainers:
Sharon Holmes, ALWF
Sharon Holmes has over 20 years of formal work experience and education. She holds a Master Degree in Education from SIUC, IL, a graduate certificate in Human Resources from Chapman University now Brandman University in Orange, CA, and an Associate of Art and Science Degree from Pierce College, Lakewood, WA. Sharon worked as a WA State Certified Peer Counselor and has managed a team to facilitate change and empower women. She is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Professional (CDPT). During her tenure a Recovery Educator; Sharon provided direct care management and instruction to clients with mental health and substance use challenges and/or co-occurring disorders. Sharon is owner of Ms. SharCo LLC and Inspiring Here & Now LLC which offers workforce educational trainings; and she is also an Independent Contractor, currently working as Training Coordinator for Hoping the Hope; coordinating WRAP and Continuing Educational trainings sponsored by the State of WA. She is, facilitating Co-occurring Disorders training, a Certified Therapeutic Options Trainer, teaching de-escalation skills to Certified Peer Counselors, WRAP as an Advance Level WRAP Facilitator. Sharon is passionate about educating others; she sees the power of education as tool to work for other as it is for her and it’s the focus of her work.
My name is Kathleen Wallace, I am an Advance Level Co-facilitator. I retired from the City and County of San Francisco where I worked for the Department of Public Health serving the homeless and dual-diagnosed population. I started co-facilitating WRAP in 2009, resulting in training over 30 WRAP Seminar I trainings in San Francisco at city clinics and non-profits in the mental health community. My passion for WRAP has lead me to pursue training opportunities beyond my home town of San Francisco. I recently co-facilitated a WRAP refresher in Washington state for Holding the Hope and numerous WRAP Seminar II trainings in other California cities. I continuously work my own WRAP program causing a ripple effect in my life in the sense that I write creative non-fiction while caring for myself and those close to me. My goal is to share my knowledge and humor to spread the word that “WRAP works!”
Lunch will not be provided.
Please note, this workshop requires an employer note for attendance. Employed certified peer counselors will be given first priority.
Seating is limited, pre-registration is required. Please send questions to Sharon Holmes at Sharon@holdingthehope.com.
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