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Introduction to the Enneagram
October 14, 2021 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm$20
Do you know what your best traits are? What drives you to be the best version of yourself? How about the days when you know you could have done better – whether it’s your own inner critic, your significant other or your boss that you feel you let down? Would it help to have a better idea of your own personal pitfalls and how to be more aware of personality traits that lead you to make the same mistakes over and over again?
The Counseling and Wellness Center at CCPC invites you to join us for an interesting evening of self-discovery as you learn about the Enneagram, a dynamic personality typing system which describes nine different personality styles, or ways of seeing the world. Combining spirituality and modern psychology, the Enneagram is a powerful tool for understanding ourselves and others. The nine types are interconnected and teach us about how we think, feel, and behave under optimal circumstances as well as in times of stress. An Introduction to the Enneagram will illuminate the nine types of personality and will help you to better understand your own motivations, while helping you to increase compassion toward others in your life.
Mary Wright, M.A. is a Certified Enneagram teacher and coach with a Master’s degree in Counseling. Mary completed her training at the Narrative Enneagram School in both the Enneagram Teacher and Enneagram Practitioner programs, studying directly under pioneer, Helen Palmer. She holds her Advanced Enneagram Coach Certification from the Enneagram in Business and is YEC Certified. In addition, she has studied extensively at the Enneagram Institute under Russ Hudson, the Enneagram Prison Project with Susan Olesek, and the Enneagram Center for Transformation and Well Being with Michael Naylor. Mary’s work at CCPC focuses on helping clients identify and work with their Enneagram type. Working with the Enneagram helps clients to identify ways in which their point of view becomes rigid or stuck in automatic habits.