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 people have human needs and we must be respectful of them. This is a basic assumption of the “Healing & Wellness Model”.
The basics start with common decency, kindness and respect, as kindness can ease traumatic situations and the lack of common decency can cause trauma.
The first step is to define recovery, healing and wellness as language can define a process and defines how one identifies oneself. Knowing facilitative words and finding the questions can open the door to awareness. The next step is to walk through, to blend the questions with understanding and practical applications.
Time needs to be spent understanding both Healing and Wellness - from the healing journey to the mindset and sustainability of wellness.
The Healing Journey is a complicated one of reframing, understanding, creating and learning. It takes time to establish resources and time to create new interactions.
Looking at wellness, one finds one’s aspirations and life balance with the goal of sustainability.
Other components deal with how understanding yours and others rights help to create a humane world, and with a better understanding of the relationship between caregiver and receiver quality service can be given and received.
It is implemented through the Healing and Wellness Curriculum’s three Series:
Learning Series (taking an advanced learner through a discovery journey of Healing and Wellness culminating in putting the theory into practice);
Usage Series (nonlinear curriculum used by people who are hurting and asks questions based on the Healing and Wellness model to provide relief and help); and
Advanced Series (uniquely created for people with long-term relationships in the mental health system who want more).
By Eva Scholle 2009
MovementToChange teaches and mentors people in Healing and Wellness