Using the Enneagram in Clinical Practice

What is the Enneagram?
The Enneagram is a powerful system that describes nine distinct personality types and their interrelationships. From a narrative perspective, the Enneagram reveals the author behind our life stories, giving us an opportunity to re-author ourselves and rewrite our life stories.  At a deeper level, the Enneagram enables profound self-observation that facilitates spiritual growth.

23 Continuing Education Units for full workshop attendance.
Marriage and Family Therapists
Clinical Social Workers
Mental Health Counselors

Learning Goals
(Part 1)

  • Discover your Enneagram “point of view.”
  • Gain an understanding of how people from the other 8 points of view function.
  • Learn how you can shift your point of view and alter your behavior to improve relationships with colleagues, bosses, friends, and mates.

(Part 2)

  • Find out what works best in therapy with each of the personality types.
  • Learn what not to do in therapy with each of the personality types.
  • Discover how your Enneagram type or “point of view” affects your clinical work.
  • Recognize the correlation between the Enneagram and the DSM-IV.

April 6, 7 & 12, 2019
October 5, 6 & 11, 2019
9:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Fees: $390 (30 days prior), $425 (late registration)
Location: 11520 23rd Avenue NE, Seattle

Renie Hope (206) 365-3817,

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