with Jerry Wagner, Ph.D.
My Basic and Advanced Training Programs are accredited by the International Enneagram Association. Participants who want to be recognized as an accredited Enneagram Professional can count my programs toward their own accreditation through the IEA.
TOPICS FOR THE ADVANCED 4-DAY ENNEAGRAM TRAINING
In the Advanced Training, I will be sharing with you a new way to integrate the pieces of the Enneagram puzzle that you can use in your own workshops. This will involve some new approaches to working with each style’s Sweet Spots (what we do well and have to offer to our outer team), Blind Spots (what we avoid), Hot Spots (early vulnerabilities and sensitivities that we seek to shield ourselves from), and Desired Spots (what we really want.)
We’ll be exploring how each person can appreciate her or his own gifts and how we can expand our repertoire of adaptive thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
In our area of avoidance and blind spots we’ll learn techniques for integrating our shadow or rejected elements into our acceptable self-image. You’ll learn the 4 R’s so you’ll be able to recognize, relabel, reown, and recycle your polarities and use this process with your clients.
We’ll reflect on early childhood hurts, our hot spots, and how we fashioned our style to protect us from being hurt that way again. We’ll also learn alternate ways of taking care of our inner child.
We’ll go deeper into the wings or neighbors of each style and the points of relaxation and stress of each type, the arrows, so we can expand our own personality styles. This will be achieved by listening to the various types themselves. We’ll get in touch with all nine players on our inner team.
We’ll explore the adaptive and maladaptive schemas of each style; how we maintain, avoid, and compensate for our maladaptive beliefs; and how we can let go of our not-so-helpful thoughts and replace them with more useful schemas and stories.
We’ll spend time deepening our understanding of subtypes, highlighting the latest thinking of Claudio Naranjo, Bea Chestnut, Mario Sikora, and other Enneagram experts.
Along the way, we’ll differentiate more the look-alike types and hear more about how each type likes to communicate and be communicated with.
We’ll practice interpreting my Enneagram inventory so you’ll have more ideas of how to use the WEPSS with your own clients.
And we’ll devote some time to creating Enneagram workshop formats that all can use.
WHEN IS THE ADVANCED TRAINING?
July 21 (Sunday) – July 24 (Wednesday), 2019. 9-5
Just before the IEA Global Conference in Oakland.
WHERE IS THE ADVANCED TRAINING HELD?
Hotel Zoe Fisherman’s Wharf, 425 North Point St, San Francisco, CA 94133.
A conference rate of $259 + taxes is available for the Training. Call toll free 800-648-4626 before July 20 and mention you are attending the Enneagram Spectrum Training
This boutique hotel is only blocks away from Fisherman’s Wharf
HOW MUCH IS THE ADVANCED TRAINING?
The cost of the training is $800
24 hours of Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s) are available for psychologists, counselors, and social workers for a $20 fee.
WHO CONTACT TO REGISTER?
Kathryn Grant, 805-479-4117; firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the hotel directly for room reservations: Hotel Zoe: 800-648-4626 and mention that you are attending the Enneagram Spectrum Training.