What is a WRAP workshop?
A creative and interactive peer support experience that introduces using a Wellness Recovery Action Plan to help individuals take more control over their wellbeing and mental health.  You can read more about WRAP on our website as well as at the Scottish Recovery Network website.

What makes WRAP different?
WRAP focuses on the power of the peer connection and key recovery concepts (Hope, Personal Responsibility, Self-Advocacy, Self-awareness, Support). It is facilitated by two SRN Quality Assured facilitators, who use WRAP in their own lives to support their wellbeing.

Who can attend?
The course is open to anyone seeking wellness. This is not a professional development course for workers, but personal development for anyone of any background. It is accessible and requires no formal training or educational standards – we look to support anyone interested in attending and are happy to discuss your support needs.

I’m interested in WRAP as a supporter, not directly for my own wellbeing. Is this workshop for me?
No, the powerful experience of a WRAP workshop relies on a peer to peer approach. We encourage you to attend our WRAP awareness training for supporters (contact us for details). WRAP Moray can also organise training in your workplace or group, please contact us directly for details.

How are places allocated on the workshop?
Applications for places will be looked at by the WRAP Moray Facilitator Group and spaces will be allocated on the basis of these answers. We are looking for participants that show commitment to personal growth and self-management. If the application form is a barrier to applying, we are happy to chat with people about providing support for this.
We are especially interested to hear from individuals who champion peer support and wellbeing in their own networks, as we will be running WRAP facilitator training in the future.

I don’t feel WRAP is for me but I’m keen to hear about other self-management tools

  • Living Life To The Full –  CBT based course run by peer trainers, also available online and booklets from Moray libraries. Contact us for details.
  • Stress Control – 6 week course run by Moray Primary Care Mental Health Service. Book via HealthPoint 01343 567842.