Hi Tanya,I had the privilege of facilitating and training WRAP Seminar I and II with hundreds of people who were incarcerated, many who had life sentences. A few common wellness tools that people shared during our seminars were meditation, music, prayer or spirituality, exercise, helping others, giving of their time to help those who were lonely, setting daily intentions and honoring those intentions and attending support groups. I am in touch with several people who have now reentered the community and we facilitate WRAP together in the community. Some things they share now that they are in society as wellness tools are that they send daily messages to people who are supporters which helps to stay connected, take walks in nature as often as possible, sit by a body of water, hike and volunteer at a food pantry. Hopefully these ideas inspire thoughts for our peer.