The Camel Project is a Berks County based nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting communities—including schools, organizations, and individuals—to change the culture of violent and unacceptable behaviors that result in trauma and abuse.
The Camel Project’s vision is to lead the field in educating and equipping communities to set standards by providing training and programs to establish codes of conduct and the processes needed to take on the destructive issues of trauma and abuse.
About The Camel Project
Founder of The Camel Project, Pam Gockley, is a certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Bullying Prevention by the CDC of the U.S. Department of Health.
What can people expect from the organization?
A non-judgment honest discussion about personal emotional, and behavioral development. People can expect to learn about self-awareness, confidence, and tools and strategies for a mental health check-up.
What Inspires You?
People have little or no training or support on how to self-identify or how to self-regulate emotions and behaviors.