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Published on October 15, 2014

Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP)

There is support available to help you navigate your path to wellness. It is important that you take an active role in your recovery and to identify and understand your personal wellness resources. Developing an individualized wellness recovery action plan will help you identify the resources that are helpful to you on a daily basis to manage your mental illness or other health challenges.

Bryan Medical Center has Peer Specialists on staff who facilitate Wellness Recovery Action Plan Community groups that are free to the community. Peer Specialists are persons who have progressed in their own recovery from mental illness and are willing to self-identify as a peer specialist and work to assist other individuals with mental illness. The Peer Specialists lead the Wellness Recovery Action Plan Community groups to help participants create a plan that is individualized to meet their needs that is self-directed to achieve goals and is empowering.

Individuals who attend develop a WRAP plan that includes a wellness toolbox, a daily maintenance plan, triggers that can set you back and actions to avoid them, early warning signs and action plan, what to do when things break down and action plan, a crisis plan, and a post crisis plan. Through this group you will learn skills to support you in your recovery journey.

Adult Group Information:

Meets Thursdays, 4-5 p.m. at the Bryan West Campus, West Medical Plaza, 2222 S. 16th Street, Education Classroom, Lower Level, No cost, No Registration Required. Call 402-432-0158 for more information.

Youth Group Information (ages 14 and Over):

Meets Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the Bryan West Campus, West Medical Plaza, 2222 S. 16th Street, Education Classroom, Lower Level, No cost, No Registration Required. Call 402-432-0158 for more information.

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About Dr. Dave Miers

Dr. Dave Miers is the Counseling and Program Development Manager for Mental Health Services at Bryan Medical Center in Lincoln, NE. In addition, he co-chairs the Nebraska State Suicide Prevention Coalition.

Dr. Miers has published research focusing on family survivors of teen suicide and co-authored a chapter in an international handbook for clinical suicide research on the role of professionals in helping families after a child’s suicide. Dr. Miers assisted in the development of the Lincoln Lancaster Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors team in Lincoln, Neb.

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