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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.

Visit this page often for the latest information about workshops and classes. For more information call 713-942-4100 or contact us online.

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November 2020


Caring For Your Mind & Body: A CEU Workshop

November 10 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
The Council on Recovery, 303 Jackson Hill Street
Houston, TX 77007 United States

For social work and mental health professionals - Learn evidence-based skills that reduce stress and anxiety and support overall health and wellbeing, and how to share these skills with others. This workshop is led by Joanna Robertson, LMFT, LPC & David Sunday, PRC, CPS, both trained and certified by the Center for Mind Body Medicine. 2 CEU credits offered.

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Finding North: An Evening with Sugar Ray Leonard

November 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Council on Recovery, 303 Jackson Hill Street
Houston, TX 77007 United States

Join The Council on Recovery for the opportunity to hear from legendary boxer, philanthropist, and best-selling author Sugar Ray Leonard in our inaugural virtual fundraising event at 7 PM on Thursday, November 12, 2020. As our community navigates this challenging COVID-19 era, The Council's work to help individuals and families impacted by addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders is more important than ever before. Your gift will help us keep our promise to turn no one away.

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