How We Love

I'm excited about the facilitation training I will be giving on Saturday, February 24, for the King County Library System. Everybody benefits from participating in deep and meaningful conversations, where people share and learn from each other. Knowing and practicing the tools to become a competent and confident facilitator can enhance your life in unexpected ways.

Looking ahead to March, mark your calendars for a double-header on March 8. As part of the Hot Topics for Seniors (and Senior Wannabes) held at the Green Lake Library, I'll facilitate a discussion about Gender Identity, exploring the Gender Spectrum and sharing insights into this important subject.

Right afterwards, at Northgate Plaza, I'll present a program on caring for the caregiver – something that most of us will face in one way or another – combining tools for caregiving with helpful findings from Positive Psychology and Neuroscience.

All these events are are open to the public. Hope to see you at one or more!

Rebecca Crichton, NWCCA Executive Director

Enneagram in Relatedness Series

Day-long Saturday workshops  

Using this extraordinary tool to support more conscious navigation in our lives.

March 10; June 16; Sept. 15; Oct. 20 at The Bridge at Green Lake 

Gender Identity – Understanding the Spectrum

More than ever before, we know that gender is not binary. 

Explore this complex topic with NWCCA Executive Director, Rebecca Crichton.  

Thursday, March 8, noon
Green Lake Branch Seattle Public Library 

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