NWCCA at The Bridge at Green Lake


Do you have it? Can you develop more as you age?

Thursday, January 18, 10 – 11:30 AM, 6850 Woodlawn Ave NE, Seattle  

Resilience is the ability to recover after misfortune or change. Scientists, psychologists, and medical professionals agree that people who adapt more quickly from adversity are happier and healthier. Join us as we share how we have bounced back from setbacks and learn a model for continuing to work on this skill. 

Speaker and writer Dori Gillam presents programs related to having fun while gathering key skills as we age. She is NWCCA Board Chair and a charter member of the Age Friendly Seattle initiative. Her Educational Psychology degree is from the University of Washington and she has worked for AARP and Sound Generations. 


Enneagram in Relatedness Series

Six Saturdays: Jan. 27; Feb. 17; March 10; June 16; Sept. 15; Oct. 20

6850 Woodlawn Ave NE, Seattle  

We operate in a field of relatedness — with ourselves, in our relationships and in our social milieu. The Enneagram is an extraordinary map to help us more consciously navigate our journey in life. 

To this end, Emile Haddad and N’Shama Sterling are offering a series of Saturday workshops in 2018 to explore the aspects of relatedness through various facets of the Enneagram. This experiential series is designed to soften the hold of the Ennea-type Passion and the instinctual drives as we dance in the relational field between the individual and the collective — the I and the WE. 

Each daylong workshop will be a stand-alone event, although you will derive the most benefit from attending the series. 

Registration Fees: Single session $145; 2-5 sessions $135 each; all 6 sessions $750 ($125 each). 

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