#Twenty#First#Century#Recovery: embracing wellness, self\ud management, and the positive interface of Eastern and Western\ud psychology

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Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP) is a self management system, designed to enable individuals develop a range of effective strategies for self-directed care. The present study evaluated the effectiveness of WRAP on the Depression and Anxiety levels of Adult Menta... View more
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