THE SCHOLLE MODEL The Scholle Aspire Towards Healing and Wellness Model SM is a comprehensive healing and wellness model that incorporates the leading resources for healing and recovery. The Healing and Wellness Model inspires practical applications for seeking your life’s balance, healing needs, and desire to help yourself and others. It is based first on personal experiences and then on the research of wellness, health, education and business models. How does it work? All p
Addiction is a complex and gripping state of imbalance that overtakes a person’s body, mind and spirit where one works on understanding the complex physiological processes that starts and reinforces it. As aspects of addiction are highly pleasurable, to start the process of Addiction Recovery most people tend to need to hit bottom before they find the need to change. It can take years of pain and struggle to regroup, heal and get one’s life back on track. The Addiction Recov
Trauma-Informed Model understands that a history of exposure to traumatic experiences directly impacts physical, mental, and social health. Trauma comes from overwhelming life experiences and the psychobiological effects of serious, recurrent, and chronic stresses. “Hurt people hurt people”, according to the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) study. The solution, stop inflicting pain on children, is so straightforward and clear, and the implications are enormous. ACE estab
Alcoholics Anonymous® started as the Oxford Group which was a non-denominational religious movement popular in the early 20th century. The 12-step groups practice a formula of self-improvement by: Performing self-inventory, Admitting wrongs, Making amends, Using prayer and meditation, and Carrying the message to others. The tenets are based on the “Four Absolutes”: Honesty, Purity, Unselfishness, and Love; with an emphasis on One-on-One Sharing and Guidance.
The program was first established in New York City in 1948 with now around 400 Clubhouses internationally. The emphasis at Fountain House is on member to member, and member to staff relationships. Fountain House is a professional self-help program operated by members who are men and women recovering from mental illness in collaboration with a professional staff. Members volunteer in every function of Fountain House to operate the organization in exchange for the chance to
“Soteria” (Greek for deliverance) was a home in a California suburb during the 1970s which provided community-based psychiatric care and was created as an alternative reply to mainstream mental health practices. For not much money most of the distressed and distressing people recovered. They were provided with social and community support but the use of drugs was minimized. Rarely, and only with consent, were psychiatric medications or “tranquilizers” taken. At Soteria, the
A QUICK SUMMARY OF 13 DIFFERENT PROGRAMS BRIDGES Building Recovery and Individual Dreams and Goals through Education and Support is a mental health recovery curriculum developed in the early 1990’s with descriptions of self-help tools and strategies, utilizing the medical model and its language. Bridger Program helps peers develop supportive and beneficial relationships that allow for new role development and healthier community relationships. “Bridgers” (people who provide a