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LISTING OF 21 RESOURCES

  1. Healing and Wellness Brochure © October 2009 – Introducing The Scholle Model and Curriculum

  2. Definitions and Differences of Recovery, Healing, and Wellness © May 2009 – Exploration that starts with the dictionary definition and responses from those who are seeking Recovery, Healing and Wellness in their lives.

  3. Available Models for Recovery and Healing within Mental Health © October 2009 – Summary descriptions of models.

  4. A Simple Awareness Tool © May 2009 – Copies of the Energy/Mood Line Scale and best ways to use it; promotes awareness and insight towards practical healing approaches.

  5. Scholle Healing And Wellness Curriculum © October 2009 – Lists and describes the workshop series

  6. Seeking Help Touchpoints © June 2009 – Brief description of practical ways to implement the Scholle Model on psychiatric inpatient units

  7. Introduction to The Scholle Healing and Wellness Curriculum SM © October 2009 – Describes the Scholle Curriculum as a comprehensive healing and wellness approach for People Recovering within the Mental Health System, why the language and practice of aspiring towards healing and wellness is important, and how to use it.

  8. Recovery – Reprint from Eva Scholle © July 1996 Booklet “From Hospital to Recovery”

  9. The “Elusive” Recovery Model © Eva Scholle November 2009

  10. Recovery in Numbers by Eva Scholle November 2009

  11. Overview of Recovery from the Surgeon General’s 1999 Report on Mental Health

  12. Bearing Witness: I Want to Speak Out, But Can’t! © Eva Scholle January 25, 2007

  13. Philosophy behind the Scholle Healing and Wellness Model – Essay by Eva F. Scholle, founder of the Scholle Healing and Wellness Model, defines the values and belief system that is the underpinning of the Model, the Curriculum and Services.

  14. Aspire Towards Healing And Wellness – Brief description of the Scholle Model SM with some guidelines questions for facilitators to use with participants.

  15. Satisfy Human Needs With Kindness: One of Four Pillars of the Model – Brief essay about what it means to satisfy human needs with kindness.

  16. Seek Healing And Wellness: One of Four Pillars of the Model – Brief essay about what it means to seek healing and wellness.

  17. Function With Respects: One of Four Pillars of the Model – Brief essay about what it means to function with respect.

  18. Interact With Quality Service: One of Four Pillars of the Model – Brief essay about what it means to interact with quality service.

  19. Implementing The Scholle Healing And Wellness Model – Detailed explanation of how to aspire towards healing & wellness with some examples of practical applications based on the author’s personal experiences.

  20. Healing And Wellness Model Creates Organizational Change – Essay on why the aspiring towards healing and wellness modality is so important and what it actually means for individuals and organizations.

  21. How A New Understanding Of Recovery Can Change Your Journey – Essay on reframing the term recovery.

LISTING OF 21 RESOURCES

  1. Healing and Wellness Brochure © October 2009 – Introducing The Scholle Model and Curriculum

  2. Definitions of Recovery, Healing and Wellness and Their Differences © May 2009 – Exploration that starts with the dictionary definition and responses from those who are seeking Recovery, Healing and Wellness in their lives.

  3. Available Models for Recovery and Healing within Mental Health © October 2009 – Summary descriptions of models.

  4. A Simple Awareness Tool © May 2009 – Copies of the Energy/Mood Line Scale and best ways to use it; promotes awareness and insight towards practical healing approaches.

  5. *Scholle Healing And Wellness Curriculum © October 2009 – Lists and describes the workshop series

  6. Seeking Help Touchpoints © June 2009 – Brief description of practical ways to implement the Scholle Model on psychiatric inpatient units

  7. Introduction to The Scholle Healing And Wellness Curriculum SM © October 2009 – Describes the Scholle Curriculum as a comprehensive healing and wellness approach for People Recovering within the Mental Health System, why the language and practice of aspiring towards healing and wellness is important, and how to use it.

  8. Recovery: Reprint from Eva Scholle © July 1996 Booklet “From Hospital to Recovery”

  9. The “Elusive” Recovery Model © Eva Scholle November 2009

  10. Recovery in Numbers by Eva Scholle November 2009

  11. Overview of Recovery from the Surgeon General’s 1999 Report on Mental Health

  12. Bearing Witness: I Want to Speak Out, But Can’t! © Eva Scholle January 25, 2007

  13. The Philosophy Behind The Scholle Healing And Wellness Model SM – Essay by Eva F. Scholle, founder of the Scholle Healing and Wellness Model, defines the values and belief system that is the underpinning of the Model, the Curriculum and Services.

  14. Aspire Towards Healing And Wellness – Brief description of the Scholle Model SM with some guidelines questions for facilitators to use with participants.

  15. Satisfy Human Needs With Kindness: One of Four Pillars of the Model – Brief essay about what it means to satisfy human needs with kindness.

  16. Seek Healing And Wellness: One of Four Pillars of the Model– Brief essay about what it means to seek healing and wellness.

  17. Function With Respects: One of Four Pillars of the Model – Brief essay about what it means to function with respect.

  18. Interact With Quality Service: One of Four Pillars of the Model – Brief essay about what it means to interact with quality service.

  19. Implementing The Scholle Healing And Wellness Model SM – Detailed explanation of how to aspire towards healing & wellness with some examples of practical applications based on the author’s personal experiences.

  20. The Healing And Wellness Model Creates Organizational Change – Essay on why the aspiring towards healing and wellness modality is so important and what it actually means for individuals and organizations.

  21. How A New Understanding Of Recovery Can Change Your Journey – Essay on reframing the term recovery.

Healing and Wellness Brochure © October 2009 – Introducing The Scholle Model and Curriculum

Definitions and Differences of Recovery, Healing, and Wellness © May 2009 – Exploration that starts with the dictionary definition and responses from those who are seeking Recovery, Healing and Wellness in their lives.

Available Models for Recovery and Healing within Mental Health © October 2009 – Summary descriptions of models.

A Simple Awareness Tool © May 2009 – Copies of the Energy/Mood Line Scale and best ways to use it; promotes awareness and insight towards practical healing approaches.

*Scholle Healing And Wellness Curriculum © October 2009 – Lists and describes the workshop series

Seeking Help Touchpoints © June 2009 – Brief description of practical ways to implement the Scholle Model on psychiatric inpatient units

Introduction to The Scholle Healing and Wellness Curriculum SM © October 2009 – Describes the Scholle Curriculum as a comprehensive healing and wellness approach for People Recovering within the Mental Health System, why the language and practice of aspiring towards healing and wellness is important, and how to use it.

Recovery – Reprint from Eva Scholle © July 1996 Booklet “From Hospital to Recovery”

The “Elusive” Recovery Model © Eva Scholle November 2009

Recovery in Numbers by Eva Scholle November 2009

Overview of Recovery from the Surgeon General’s 1999 Report on Mental Health

Bearing Witness: I Want to Speak Out, But Can’t! © Eva Scholle January 25, 2007

Philosophy behind the Scholle Healing and Wellness Model – Essay by Eva F. Scholle, founder of the Scholle Healing and Wellness Model, defines the values and belief system that is the underpinning of the Model, the Curriculum and Services.

Aspire Towards Healing And Wellness – Brief description of the Scholle Model SM with some guidelines questions for facilitators to use with participants.

Satisfy Human Needs With Kindness: One of Four Pillars of the Model – Brief essay about what it means to satisfy human needs with kindness.

Seek Healing And Wellness: One of Four Pillars of the Model – Brief essay about what it means to seek healing and wellness.

Function With Respects: One of Four Pillars of the Model – Brief essay about what it means to function with respect.

Interact With Quality Service: One of Four Pillars of the Model – Brief essay about what it means to interact with quality service.

Implementing The Scholle Healing And Wellness Model – Detailed explanation of how to aspire towards healing & wellness with some examples of practical applications based on the author’s personal experiences.

Healing And Wellness Model Creates Organizational Change – Essay on why the aspiring towards healing and wellness modality is so important and what it actually means for individuals and organizations.

How A New Understanding Of Recovery Can Change Your Journey – Essay on reframing the term recovery.

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