• Date: 17 March 2017
  • Time: 10:00-16:00
  • Category: Learning
  • Venue:

    Room 2, Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland, Basement, Venlaw Building, 349 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4AA

  • Booking Contact: smns@alliance-scotland.org.uk


Living with a long term health condition?

Does it impact your health & well-being?

Would you like to learn how to effectively manage your physical and mental health & well-being?

WRAP logoA Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP®) workshop could be the answer…

A two day WRAP workshop is an opportunity for learning about yourself, What helps you feel well and what doesn’t. During the workshop, you will be taken through the process of creating your own wellness plan, to enable you to feel more in control of your life, and your physical and mental health. You can develop skills and strategies to better manage your health & wellbeing. It is designed to help you take more control of your well-being, to plan how to maintain wellness, and reduce and better manage periods of illness.

“A really good course that made you think about yourself and to make time for things that make you feel good about yourself”

“WRAP will have a positive impact in my life; it has given me new ideas and increased self awareness.”

“I used WRAP on the first day of my course and it works.”

“This is a course for everyone”

This free workshop is open to members of the Self Management Network Scotland and will be delivered over two sessions with a follow up session 1 month later.

Attendance at all sessions is required (3rd Date TBC 2hrs 11-1 with lunch)

Dates: 16th & 17th March 2017
Time: 10am-4.30pm
Venue: Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland
To book your place on this workshop, please contact smns@alliance-scotland.org.uk

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