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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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September 2022

Almost Anorexic

September 30 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
The Council on Recovery, 303 Jackson Hill Street
Houston, TX 77007 United States

Join us for "Almost Anorexic: Do you have an Ed in Your Head?" presented by Jenni Scahefer, Meadows Senior Fellow. Discussing topics in her book with Harvard Medical School, Almost Anorexic, Jenni describes how intense pain and suffering exists all along the disordered eating continuum. She explains how the techniques that guided her to full recovery from her own eating disorder can help others who struggle, including those who don't have a full-blown illness. All who suffer deserve help, hope…

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What’s Love Got To Do With It? An Intensive Workshop with Lora DeVore

September 30 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Council on Recovery, 303 Jackson Hill Street
Houston, TX 77007 United States

Most of us struggle to just ‘get through’ stressful times. But there is another way - a way of not just surviving, but learning from every experience, no matter how challenging. This mindset is necessary to not only grow through traumatic events like a life-threatening illness, grief or loss, but also through ongoing anxiety, fear about the future, and self-doubt. Lora DeVore-Matz is a writer and catalyst for transformational change for both individuals and systems. Her wisdom comes from the…

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