DATE: December 9, 2021
TIME: 8 - 9:30 am
COST: $25 Members
LOCATION: Lancaster Chamber
115 E King St
Lancaster, PA 17602
What is the Lancaster Chamber's Roundtable Program?
Roundtables foster meaningful peer-to-peer connection and discussion in an invigorating and confidential environment. Roundtables are designed to encourage participants to exchange insight, offer feedback, and express challenges they're facing in their position or organization while cultivating a valuable network. Roundtable sessions include the option to host a presenter or educational component at meetings to introduce best practices or address relevant issues. Roundtable content discussions are guided by a select group of Co-Chairs in partnership with a Lancaster Chamber staff member.
Strategies for Mental Wellness
As the past two years have shown us, the only constant we can count on is change. Out relationship with our changing world and our emotional resources to navigate these changes play a significant role in our mental wellness. Lesley Huff, PsyD, will discuss strategies to foster and maintain our sense of well-being and resilience through the practices of mindfulness and compassion. Her presentation will incorporate opportunities for hands-on practice and small group discussion.
Meet the Speaker
Lesley Huff, PsyD, Samaritan Counseling Center
Lesley Huff, PsyD is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Teacher in Mindful Self-Compassion. She leads the "Change Through Compassion" program at Samaritan Counseling Center. Lesley also leverages her master of Business Administration from Temple University and her early career in Industrial and Organizational Psychology to consult with business, especially those that are family owned. In Lesley's work with individuals, couples, families, and organizations, she helps clients to focus on the ability to be present in each moment, to become more informed through curiosity about what is working, to identify where they can be most effective with their efforts, and to understand how to be more successful in their communication, decision-making, and problem-resolution. Working in a relational and systemic way, she helps clients to build a sense of balance and compassion for self and for others. Lesley is also a Consultation Group Leader for the Self-Compassion in Psychotherapy (SCIP) program through the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion.