Greg Moffatt

Gregory K. Moffatt, Ph.D., LPC, CPCS

Dr. Moffatt is serving as the clinical director for Camp Cairn.  For the past 25 years, Greg has specialized with children ages 3-10 and has worked with infants and babies, providing developmental analyses and consultation with parents and organizations that deal with children. He holds an M.A. in counseling and a Ph.D. from Georgia State University in educational psychology. He is professor of psychology at Point University, where he has served for more than 30 years. 

Staff Leadership


Clinical and volunteer staff at Camp Cairn will be directed by  Dr. Moffatt.  He has been a past board member at Woodland Camp and led multiple programs.  Joey Westbrook, Executive Director of Woodland Camp, will lead the support staff and work with Dr. Moffatt to facilitate activities and the camp operations.  

Dr. Moffatt and Joey Westbrook, Executive Director, have participated in the National Bereavement Conference for Camps in Washington D. C.   Presented by The Moyer Foundation, the NBCC provides an overview of bereavement camp structures and best practices nationwide through an interactive form of exchange, learning and collaboration. Participants share in advances in research, timely clinical information, and programmatic ideas and support for new or existing bereavement camps. 

Woodland Camp, the host organization for Camp Cairn, has a great history of cutting edge programming to impact youth and assist families in our community. The Woodland support staff team is excited about Camp Cairn and the impact it will have on these special campers this summer.  Counselors, social workers, and specially trained volunteers will lead grief activities and supervise all recreational and programming activities.  Because the role can sometimes be emotionally and physically strenuous, all volunteers will have the ability to supervise and provide safety for our campers.  A medical team will be on site for the complete program. All volunteers are thoroughly screened and must submit to background checks and attend mandatory training.