A WRAP Workbook for Kids

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$14.95

ISBN 9780979556074
Size 10" x 7"
42 pages


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A WRAP Workbook for Kids is designed for children ages 7--12. However, with assistance, younger children can use it. Some older children might also choose to use it. Children can use this book to develop a Wellness Recovery Action Plan on their own, or with the assistance and support of others.

With the help of three great kids, Hawk, Esther, and Akincana, this delightful book will guide a child through the process of developing their own Wellness Recovery Action Plan. It will help them discover all the things they can do to feel good, stay well, and even feel better when the going is hard. It starts with listing all those good and fun things that they can use to develop their action plans, like running with the dog, coloring, and talking to a friend.

Using these tools, the book guides them through the process of listing:

  • What they need to do every day to stay healthy and well
  • Things that might upset them and what they can do if these things do happen
  • Signs that they are not feeling well and things they can do to help themselves feel better
  • Signs that things are going really badly and things that they can do to make the situation better.

Once they have completed their WRAP, kids will have a powerful personal guide to daily living. As they get older they may want to revise or update their plans or develop new ones.

As children work on these plans, it helps to have supportive parents, teachers, and other adults who provide encouragement and praise as they grow, change, make good decisions, and take positive action on their own behalf.

Developing a WRAP is creative, fun, and life-changing for everyone involved.

 

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