Workshops & Classes
The Council on Recovery serves professionals in the substance abuse and mental health fields by hosting workshops and classes on our campus throughout the year. Many of these events provide continuing education units (CEUs) for license-hour fulfillment. We also host prevention and education training for teachers, government and social services administrators, and other public-facing professionals to help them gain the latest knowledge for fighting addiction.
In addition, The Council serves the general public with workshops, lectures, and special presentations on a wide-range of timely topics dealing with addiction, mental health, and family issues. Most of these are free and some are open to children and adolescents.
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This is an opportunity for clinical professionals to meet and learn from the go-to expert on sex, love, and porn addiction. Dr. Weiss will present "Sex, Love and Addiction in the Digital Age." This engaging, multimedia training from global clinical expert and author on sexual intimacy and attachment will focus on three related clinical arenas: 1) Current tech issues related to dating and mating 2) Understanding the etiology of sex/porn and related behavioral addictions 3) Reviewing Prodependence: A new attachment…Find out more »
Co-hosted by the Sante Center for Healing and presented by Shelley Evans, LPC-S, this enlightening CEU workshop will delve into how trauma affects the brain and drives addiction. Three CEU credits will be offered, including 1 ethics. Light breakfast is included.Find out more »
Co-hosted by the Sante Center for Healing and presented by Dr. Jason Doorish, LPC-S, CSAT, this important CEU workshop will instruct social work professionals on a new way of approaching the assessment process. Three CEU credits will be offered, including 1 ethics credit. Light breakfast is included.Find out more »