About the Program
Have you always wanted to camp but hesitated to do so? Join CNIT instructors and a welcoming community on our Introduction to Camping weekend to learn the basics when it comes to spending the night outside. Qualified instructors will teach you all you need to know to feel comfortable camping and you will receive the neurological benefits of being outdoors for the weekend in community with others.
Zoe Jack, LCSW-C
Zoe Jack earned her Master’s degree in social work from the University of Maryland where she specialized in clinical work with families and children. Zoe has over four years of experience working with adults, adolescents, and children in a therapeutic capacity. Some of her professional experiences include practicing in the deserts of Utah as a wilderness therapy guide and working in the forests of Vermont as a behavior interventionist for individuals exposed to early trauma. In 2017, Zoe had the opportunity to thru hike the 2,190 mile Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine, solidifying her therapeutic philosophy that connection and presence lead to meaningful healing and growth.
Rachel Oppenheimer, LGPC
I strive to create a safe space to help my clients achieve self-awareness and feel accepted. I believe that all people are capable of growth. I earned my Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Villanova University. I have experience helping adolescents and adults with anxiety, emotion regulation, negative self-talk, and self-esteem. I assist adults (18+) with maintaining eating disorder recovery. If you are an adult seeking eating disorder recovery support, I strive to help challenge eating disorder thoughts and strengthen your True Self utilizing an Eating Disorder Intuitive Therapy (EDIT) approach.