Understanding Trauma through Compassionate Understanding


   Cindy Zody

Location: Cascadia Community College

   Cascadia Community College

Date and Time:

   Sat, Apr 29, 2017

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM


   There is a reason we do what we do (say what we say) even when it isn't congruent with our values and integrity. Usually it has something to do with our  past and some trauma we have experienced. The brain has a way of storing this experience. One of our goals will be to understand this process and re train our brain to unlock that patterned  response.  We will also seek to understand and connect with those parts of us that seem to be so annoying and or ineffective.
     Have you noticed a pattern of saying (or doing) things you immediately regretted thinking "That's not me!" Or, "Why did I say that?" " I can't believe I did that....again!!!!
We will spend  time  gaining a better understanding of why this happens, and seek to transform these patterns (wounds) into our strengths (gifts).


  • Come learn how to heal and embrace your "True self"!
  • Prepare to connect with those parts of you you thought were adviserial.
  • Take the concepts of NVC to a whole new level!

Who is it for?

  This workshop is for those who have some experience with NVC, or who have done some  self work, and desire a deeper sense of connection with self and others.
Those who are serious about their self growth.

What to bring:

  A willing spirit, and honesty about who you truly are.
Something to write with.
A Growth mindset.

Tuition Details:


The tuition is $89.00.

Contact Cindy if tuition is an issue.
Please register through Everett Community College Continuing Education