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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FOR MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS: Learn about the relationship between suicide and co-occurring disorders with Dr. Alan Swann of the Baylor College of Medicine. This is the final class in a 6-part series on co-occurring disorders, hosted by The Council's Center for Co-Occurring Disorders. CME credits provided upon completion. Register through the link below!Find out more »