A Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Event
A Woman's Way Through the Twelve Steps
with Dr. Stephanie S. Covington
Wednesday, June 5th, 2019
06:30 pm - 07:30 pm     Hazelden Bookstore

06:45 pm - 07:00 pm     Sign In

07:00 pm - 09:00 pm    A Woman's Way through The Twelve Steps 

                                         & Book Signing

                                         by Dr. Stephanie Covington/ Sign Out


Open to Women in Recovery, Agencies with Recovery Groups or Behavioral Health Professionals



The focus of this evening event is on the best-selling book, A Woman’s Way Through The Twelve StepsThe book empowers women to take ownership of their recovery and to grow and flourish in sobriety. Some of the interactive exercises from the workbook and facilitator guide will be shared. Dr. Covington will also highlight how women use the Steps and share their wisdom and inspiration.


Part of the Covington Curriculum Conference, this special event is also available to guests

without professional credits. The event is open to women in recovery, their families, and recovery agencies who wish to bring women and children as well as conference attendees. 

These public tickets are FREE while conference attendee tickets are included with

your conference ticket and also come with professional credits.  


The event is located in the Grove Ballroom at the Stamford Hilton.

Coffee and refreshments will be available. 



FREE books are available on a first come, first serve basis.

We suggest arriving early if you want a copy. Learn more about the book

After the event, there will be a book signing with Stephanie Covington, PhD.

Hazelden Bookstore is also open before the event. 


Thank You for support from our 
Premier Champion Hazelden! 




2 Ways to Register

1) GUESTS - Register through Eventbrite for the general public, women in recovery, and agencies who would like to bring clients. No professional credits are included in these FREE general public tickets.


2) CONFERENCE ATTENDEES - Select the event during your registration for the conference to receive credits.



Your Privacy is Important to Us

If you are a person in recovery and would like to remain anonymous you may use a different first or last name during registration. There will be registration at the front door and you have a couple of options, you may give your name/or the name you've chosen on your ticket, hand us the ticket without your name, or if you are a group program or agency bring your ticket and let us know how many people have arrived. There will be a mix of professionals as well as those in recovery. 


Children & Families

Attendees have brought their children in the past. We welcome all, but please note that this is a presentation, for those with small children we suggest bringing coloring books and other items to keep young ones preoccupied and there will be some quiet space in the hall for those with newborns. Children must be accompanied at all times. 


Social Media & Photos

Please follow trauma-informed best practices and our privacy policy. Only photos of the trainer are allowed to be taken/posted on social media




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