…is a unique model of human behavior based on ancient sacred wisdom and contemporary psychology. It uses a matrix or map of 9 personality types to reveal profound insights into the patterns of our perceiving, thinking, feeling and behaving and the core motivations behind them – in other words, our personality structure.
These patterns are what we rely on to have a sense of who we are and thus to navigate our way in the world. Without self-awareness though, these patterns can keep us stuck in cycles of frustration and even pain.
The Enneagram gives us language and tools for observing our personality in action – the unique way we show up in the world. This structure helps us stretch beyond the limitations of these patterns and move towards choices which nurture our personal and spiritual transformation.
As this transformation unfolds, we live with more presence, joy and compassion for self and others.The Enneagram lay outs a path which helps us make this journey.
I am committed to using and teaching the Enneagram because it is the most powerful model of human behavior I have ever encountered for helping us understand and accept ourselves as we are and awaken to our deeper essence. It not only sheds light on our most basic psychological dynamics but also our deepest spiritual longings. It is a true path of love and compassion for self which can only lead to love and compassion for others. In this way, the Enneagram truly is a path for changing the world.
As an Enneagram teacher, I have trained in both the Narrative Tradition with Helen Palmer, David Daniels, and Terry Saracino; the Enneagram Institute model with Russ Hudson and Michael Naylor; and the Dynamic Enneagram model with Tom Condon. I also draw upon the work of Sandra Maitri, Richard Rohr, Beatrice Chestnut and others for my inspiration.
I have completed training with Tom Condon to integrate Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) with the Enneagram for my work with individuals and groups. NLP is an excellent way to deepen your knowledge of yourself and your patterns within the context of your Enneagram Type structure.
I consider myself to be a lifelong student of the Enneagram and continue to attend training events and workshops to deepen my own knowledge as well as sharpen my skills as a teacher. I not only “talk the talk,” I truly “walk the walk.” I use the Enneagram as a map to develop my own self-awareness so I can engage my life with more effectiveness, self-acceptance, and joy. I hope you will let me guide you in doing the same.
Enneagram Offerings for Individuals and Groups
- Individualized sessions to help you discover or expand your understanding of your Type
- Use of the Enneagram in guidance sessions to explore self, life issues, spiritual development, etc.
- Guidance for couples wishing to use the Enneagram to deepen their relationship
- Small intensive study groups (6-10 people) – weekly, bi-monthly, monthly and quarterly
- Workshops – introductory and advanced, both full-day and half-day events
- Classes (multiple sessions) which combine didactic teaching with group sharing
- Weekend retreats for in-depth exploration and experience
- Staff development workshops
- Mentoring of others using the Enneagram in their coaching and counseling practices
Enneagram event clients in North Carolina include:
Servant Leadership School, Greensboro
Greensboro College, Greensboro
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Greensboro
All Souls Cathedral, Asheville
First Baptist Church of Jamestown
Durham Academy, Durham
Bridges to Unity Institute, Greensboro
The Creative Center, Greensboro
First Presbyterian Church, Greensboro
First Lutheran Church, Greensboro
First Presbyterian Church, Burlington
Christ United Methodist Church, Greensboro
Dept. of Development, College of Arts & Sciences, UNCG
Are you ready to meet yourself?