Council’s “Back to School” CEU Workshop for Teachers, Counselors, and Parents to Focus on Vaping, Pornography, Teen Trauma, & Tech Addiction

Back to School 2016

The Council on Recovery is sponsoring its 6th annual Back to School CEU Workshop on Friday, August 11, 2017, 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. in the Hamill Foundation Conference Center, 303 Jackson Hill Street, on The Council’s main campus. The yearly workshop brings together experts in adolescent high-risk behavior, substance abuse, addiction, and co-occurring mental health disorders to teach counselors, teachers, and parents how to help teenagers deal with these problems.

The always well-attended Back to School Workshop will cover a full spectrum of the most prevalent and serious issues facing adolescents today. Topics to be explored in-depth include:

  • Pornography: Arousal Addiction & Dangers of Excessive Use
  • Tech Use/Abuse: How Much Is Dangerous & the Impact on the Teenage Brain
  • Recognizing & Treating Adolescent Substance Use Disorders
  • Current Drug Trends: Marijuana Concentrates & EDM Culture
  • Adolescent Relational Aggression
  • Adolescent Trauma Treatment
  • E-Cigarettes & Vaporizer: New Health & Addiction Risks

The Back to School Workshop is presented by The Council on Recovery as a vital community service, open to all, and will offer 6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for CPS-Prevention professionals, LCDCs, LMFTs, LPCs & Licensed Social Workers. Check-in begins at 8:00 A.M. and the $45 registration fee includes continental breakfast and lunch. To register for the Back to School Workshop, visit The Council’s website at For additional information or questions about the event, call 281-200-9336 or email