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Wed 1/10, 2024, 7:30pm
Town Hall Seattle and Northwest Center for Creative Aging present
Practicing the Art of the Heart
Promoting Personal Healing and Greater Peace in Challenging Times


Headshots of Rebecca Crichton (with fair skin, short brown hair, and colorful scarf) and Andrea Cohen (with fair skin, layered blonde bob, and bangs)

Join Rebecca Crichton in conversation with Andrea Cohen, a long-time facilitator of Compassionate Listening practices. Andrea will share personal stories of how these practices have transformed conflicts – with families, friends, and within challenged communities – into relationships based on greater understanding, caring, and connection.

Andrea Cohen, MSW, is a certified Compassionate Listening facilitator. She is the author of Practicing the Art of Compassionate Listening and director of the Compassionate Listening film Children of Abraham. She also co-directed the Compassionate Listening-based Jewish-German Reconciliation Project for several years.

Rebecca Crichton started her “Encore Career” as Executive Director of NWCCA in 2012 after 21 years with The Boeing Company. She refashioned her skills and knowledge as a writer, curriculum designer, and leadership development coach to offer Creative Aging programs at many Seattle area venues. An active participant in the local aging community, she writes regularly for 3rd Act Magazine.

Presented by Town Hall Seattle and Northwest Center for Creative Aging.

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