• August 15, 2020 at 10:00:00

In It for the Long Haul

How to Allow Self-Compassion and Grace
to Help you Cope with the Chaos

with Scott Van Camp
Saturday, August 15th Via Zoom

“As we individuals grow in our resilience—as we become better at staying conscious and not losing heart—we will be able to remain strong in challenging conditions for the long haul. This is within the capacity of all of us.” –Pema Chödrön

 

Are you weary of the seemingly never-ending pandemic?

Are you exhausted by the upheaval and divisiveness in our country?

Do you find the sweltering August heat affecting your ability to avoid self-defeating choices?

Come and rest awhile as Scott Van Camp guides us into bringing more balance to our lives through self-compassion, applied humility, and mindfulness, along with curiosity and grace for the season.

You will leave with compassion for yourself, tools to diffuse the inner critic, and tips for how to spend more time in the present moment.

Date:

Saturday, August 15th

Time:

10:00am to Noon (CDT)

Fee:

Only $35 (partial scholarships available)

Location:

Virtually via Zoom
About our Facilitator

Scott Van Camp, LMFT

SCOTT VAN CAMP, LMFT is the Clinical Director at The Austin Center for Grief & Loss. A Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, he has been in the field of human services for over 25 years. He is a leader and trainer with over 15 years of management experience who listens deeply to others, and partners with people to identify and integrate their strengths toward accomplishing individual and organizational goals. As a leader, Scott believes in congruency between organizational practices and the level of compassion, clarity, and communication that the organization aspires-to in the clinical services provided to persons seeking therapeutic support. Scott believes in celebrating others. He is also a husband, father, musician, and life-long motorcyclist.