Free Workshop!

Trust Your Why:
Your Creative Comfort Zone Needs You

with Heather Doyle Fraser and Cindy Ingram

Wednesday, July 24, 6:00–7:00 pm EDT

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You are a creative person.

This is a fact.

But sometimes you forget that your inherent creative nature needs to be nurtured and cared for rather than managed and run with to-do lists and efficiencies.

Does this sound like you?

We are going to let you in on a secret—this sounds like us and everyone we have ever worked with. That’s why we’re here.

Most people will tell you that in order to be the creative you were meant to be you need to stretch outside your comfort zone.

 Stretch way beyond it.

Stretch until you think you might break.

This is where the magic happens, right?


We have a different approach.

We want you to get comfortable being in your comfort zone. This comfort zone is your creation zone.

This is where the magic happens.

We create with clarity when we are able to embrace a comfort zone that is available to all of us. It won’t look the same for all of us, but it is there. This doesn’t mean that we don’t experience discomfort, but that we have cultivated enough internal safeness to give space for our creative nature.

We are creating a space for you—for all of us—to not only remember and trust our creative natures but also hold our creativity with compassion and safeness. When you feel safe enough, creativity blossoms—in your creative projects, yes, and also in how you approach life.

The question is, how do we find this feeling of internal safeness?

How do we feel safe enough to create and trust our ideas for writing, for making art, for being the artist within us?

Join us on July 24, 2024 at 6pm ET/3pm PT for an experiential workshop to help you explore your creative nature:

Trust Your Why:
Your Creative Comfort Zone Needs You


About Your Guides

Heather Doyle Fraser

Heather is the founder of Compassionate Mind Collaborative ( based in Columbus, Ohio. Heather is a publisher, coach, and author of multiple books including:

FREEDOM: How Teens Can Use Mindful Compassion to Thrive in a Chaotic World and Grow a Purpose-driven Lifeand 40 Weeks: A Daily Journey of Inspiration and Abundance.

“I believe in the power of the VOICE. Your voice, my voice, and our collective voice.

I live and breathe what I do — coach, write, publish books, teach, sing, perform, create, nurture — I do all of these things with gusto because they are all a part of me.

I want to see your fullness and help you experience what it is like to be seen and heard; and then, I want you to share that VOICE with the world.”

— Heather Doyle Fraser

Heather utilizes compassionate mind training and polyvagal-informed coaching to help her clients share their message and their voice, whether they are developing and writing a book or embarking on a different type of writing or creative journey.

In addition to coaching, writing, and creating customized compassionate publishing solutions, one of Heather’s greatest joys in life is being able to sing and perform locally and regionally with the Ladies of Longford, a high-energy, all-women contemporary Celtic band.

Cindy Ingram

“Art helps me get out of my head and into my body, into the present environment. It allows me to expand and recognize myself in a place that may have seemed forbidden, irresponsible, or unattainable.”

— Cindy Ingram

Cindy Ingram is an author, writer, artist, poet, coach, educator, and entrepreneur. Connecting with works of art, creating safe spaces, and crafting innovative learning activities are her superpowers, and she dedicated her life to bringing the magic of creativity and art connection to others.

She is the author of Art Is About Being Whole: A Memoir.

A former art museum educator and art teacher with a B.A. in Art History from the University of Texas at Austin and an M.A. in Art Education from the University of North Texas, she has supported teachers and their students through her work as founder and CEO of Art Class Curator since 2014. She has now expanded her work to coaching and programs that help people connect with their inner selves through engaging with creativity and works of art.

She is passionate about taking art out of dark, stuffy lecture halls and out of the pretentious gatekeeping of “fine art” and into the hearts, minds, and lives of everyone who wants to experience it. She measures her success with the volume of tears shed over the depth of beauty, connection, and humanity contained in works of art.

Cindy’s top value is creativity, and she oozes creativity into everything she does. In art, she loves to explore mixed media in collage, painting, and mosaic. As a coach, she loves to help people follow their inner creative intuition to make big things happen in their lives and embrace their creativity.