Relapse & Renewal is the topic of the next Family Hour, the popular new lecture series at The Council on Recovery, Saturday, March 11th at 10 AM. The lecture will focus on the emotional, mental, and physical stages of relapse that can precede a “slip” anytime during sobriety. Effective ideas for preventing relapse, safe-guarding sobriety, and renewing confidence in recovery will be discussed.
The Family Hour, held on the second Saturday of each month, is a lecture and Q&A series that focuses on the disease of addiction and its inevitable impact on the entire family. Hosted by The Council’s Center for Recovering Families, the Family Hour is facilitated by the Center’s Clinical Director Lori Fiester, LCSW-S, MAC, CIP.
This community series is free and open to all families, loved ones, and members of our community who seek up-to-date, accurate information about addiction and related issues. Registration is not required, but seats do fill quickly, so plan accordingly. Adult-themed.
For listing of upcoming Family Hour lectures at The Council, click here.
For more information about The Family Hour, contact the Center for Recovering Families at 713.914.0556 or email firstname.lastname@example.org