A 3-Part Workshop for Family & Friends Affected by Addiction
When a loved one is struggling with substance use, it is normal to feel helpless and out-of-control. Wayfinders is a 3-part virtual workshop that provides therapy-based skills & psychoeducation for navigating a loved one's addiction while caring for yourself. Learn about the disease of addiction, routes to recovery, interpersonal dynamics, emotional regulation, and more from licensed and compassionate professionals who have daily experience in working with individuals who have a loved one struggling with substances.
This workshop is on the first Saturday of each month, starting with October 2, 2021. All classes are held virtually through Zoom from 9 AM - 12 PM CST. Due to the nature of the workshop, participants must plan to attend all three dates. Please note that Wayfinders is not a substitute for clinical therapy; if you or a loved one needs help with an addiction or co-occurring mental health condition, please contact us today.
About the Facilitator
Rachel Evans, LMSW is the Family Therapist for The Center for Recovering Families. Along with earning a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Houston, Rachel completed an internship and clinical fellowship with The Council on Recovery. Rachel also held a Master’s level internship with Child Advocates of Fort Bend. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from Greenville University. In her free time, Rachel enjoys live music of all kinds and visiting the beach as much as possible.