Building Better Relationships with the Enneagram of Personality

$120 for the series of four classes or
$35 per class at the door ($20 for students with ID)

Thursdays, May 9, 16, 23, & 30, 2019
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The enneagram system of personality types made its first public appearance in Berkeley in 1978. Since then it has spread around the world as a powerful method to understand ourselves and the people in our lives.

The enneagram describes nine personality types, each with a particular way of seeing the world and specific patterns in relationship. Every type has it gifts and challenges. Knowing our own style and how this is different from others is a huge help in our relationships – at home and at work. The enneagram is used in families, organizations, church congregations, and psychotherapy and coaching practices to develop emotional intelligence, effective communication, leadership and teams.

Join us to hear panel interviews with all nine personality types about what works for them in relationship, what gets in the way, and how they want to be loved and supported.

Taught by Peter O’Hanrahan who has been working with the enneagram for 40 years and teaches personal growth workshops and business trainings in the US and other countries. He is also a core faculty teacher of the Narrative Enneagram School.

Schedule

May 9: The heart-based types: Type 2, the Giver; Type 3, the Performer; Type 4, the Romantic
May 16: The head-based types: Type 5, the Observer; Type 6, the Loyal Skeptic; Type 7, the Epicure
May 23: The body-based types: Type 1, the Perfectionist; Type 8, the Protector; Type 9, the Mediator
May 30: The instinctual subtypes: Self-Preservation, One-to-One, Social

Registration

Registration via theenneagramatwork.com.

Resources

Video: The History of the Enneagram and the Nine Types
Articles and more information available at theenneagramatwork.com.

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Sacred Stream Center

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