Kate Hoffmann MRE, MSW, LCSW
Chief Program Officer, Institute for Life & Care
Kate has over 20 years’ experience as a clinical social worker, teacher and campus minister working with individuals, couples, children and families in many different settings. Kate has served as clinical director of a counseling agency and as the program director of a youth mentoring organization. She has presented workshops on a variety of topics including childhood depression, sexual abuse, trauma and compassion fatigue.
Kate believes that true health is found in integrating the mind, body and spirit, and believes that a meaning-centered approach to life yields renewable resilience. Her greatest joy is helping others discover their own inner strengths and resources so that they may thrive in any situation.
This program will present a brief overview of the THRIVING FROM WITHIN® Model and Logotherapy, a meaning-centered approach to health and wellness. The program will include three activities to creatively enhance professional resilience.