with Deirdre Staton
Tuesday, May 5
We are so excited about a new collaborative project!
The Center is embracing the online format to bring you interviews from with heart. We will be having caring and candid conversation with wellness providers, teachers and influencers in our local and global community who are connected by a deep desire to live, heal, and connect from the inside out. So, during these challenging times, choose to step away from your busy day for a nourishing lunch break.
Meet Deirdre for our first of our new series! Sign up so we can be sure you get the link for our chat, and spread the word!
Deirdre Staton is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a private practice in Harrisonburg. She has spent 25 years as a therapist working in inpatient psychiatric settings, emergency services, hospices, corrections, and community mental health. She is trained in Dr. Brené Brown’s work on vulnerability, courage, empathy and shame, working as a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator since 2013. She is also trained in Mindful Self-Compassion, a core practice in cultivating shame resilience and overall emotional wellbeing. The experience of various traumas, losses and struggles both personally and professionally motivated Deirdre to develop an extensive toolbox of coping skills and she is passionate about helping clients and colleagues cultivate their own self-care practices.