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Ko te Mahere Whakatika Oranga he kaupapa whakahau tangata ki te āta tirotiro i a rātou anō ka whakamahi i ō rātou ake mātauranga hei hanga mahere e whakatika ai te oranga kia mau. He kaupapa i hua ake i te hunga ka tahuri ki te whakaora ake i a rātou anō ahakoa ō rātou pōraruraru hinengaro. He kaupapa e pūtake mai ana i te tūmanako, i te mana motuhake, i te mana tangata hoki ka hāngai ki ngā hua o te whai mātauranga, o te aro pūmanawa kaua te aro ngoikoretanga, ā, me ngā tautoko Māori ake nei hoki.

WRAP (translated toTMWO) was started in 1989 as Mary Ellen Copeland began her studies of how people help themselves, get well, and stay well and her work received an important boost from the 1992 publication of the best-selling Depression Workbook. The Workbook, now a keystone in mental health circles, was the result of interviews with hundreds of people and years of research.

The WRAP has now been translated and adapted for several different languages. The recently completed Maori language translation of this book has formed the basis of this website, and the full translation it available by clicking "Te Mahere Whakatika Oranga / The Wellness Recovery Action Plan" in the main menu above.