VOLUNTEER IN TRAINING

Well, my training  has  finally kicked off.  Wednesday was my first day of a 12-week course called WRAP. I’m doing it not only to help other people with developing their own coping skills but this is also a personal journey for myself.

The group has a medley of different people all coming from a different perspective, different wants and outcomes. The dynamics are mind-blowing and I am so excited to see how we all work together and support each other in the next 3 months. It is a gift to be able to get on this group. I feel extremely blessed and privileged.  I’ve decided that I am going to share what I learn in these next three months. I will be

adding a page called WRAP  –  you will have access to what I share and what I learn and take away with me. This is not me being a teacher and putting together a plan for you but for you to be supported in creating a plan for yourselves.

Is WRAP for me and what is it?    CHECK OUT THIS LINK FOR A BRIEF HOW AND WHY WRAP IS FOR YOU TOO

In the following months, I will be sharing what I know with anybody who wants to learn new skills. You don’t need to have mental health issues

PEOPLE  MAY USE  WRAP:

  • TO GET A JOB OR FIND A JOB
  • TAKE ON MORE RESPONSIBILITY
  • GET MORE EDUCATION OR TRAINING 
  • MOVING OR LEAVING SUPPORTED HOUSING
  • BEGINNING OR LEAVING A RELATIONSHIP
  • WORK ON A RELATIONSHIP
  • HAVE A CHILD
  • ADDICTIONS
  • CHRONIC OR ACUTE ILLNESS
  • BREAKING BAD HABITS
  • LOSING WEIGHT
  • CARING FOR AN ILL OR ELDERLY FAMILY MEMBER
  • TRYING OUT NEW INTERESTS

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