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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. WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS TRAINING? Anyone wishing to expand their knowledge of the Enneagram to enhance their work with individuals or groups. therapists, counselors, psychologists, social workers 30 CEU’s are available for social workers, and counselors (License no: IL 159-001178) and…Find out more »
with Jerry Wagner, Ph.D. This is both an introductory and intermediate program. If you are interested in a 2-day advanced course, click here. Taught by internationally renowned Enneagram Master, Honorary Founder and previous Board Member of the International Enneagram Association, Dr. Jerome Wagner, this course is suitable for novices and Enneagram enthusiasts alike. You’ve heard of 3D. Jerry Wagner introduced 9Vs to reflect the multidimensional beauty and complexity of the Enneagram personality styles. Arranged under nine “Vs,” Wagner’s system creates a 9 x 9…Find out more »
Enneagram – Sweet Spots, Blind Spots, Hot Spots and Desired Spots: Using the Enneagram’s Spots to Understand Intrapsychic and Interpersonal Dynamics
with Jerry Wagner, Ph.D. This is an advanced program. If you are interested in a 1-day introductory/intermediate course, click here. Taught by internationally renowned Enneagram Master, Honorary Founder and previous Board Member of the International Enneagram Association, Dr. Jerome Wagner, this two-day course is suitable for individuals who are relatively new to the Enneagram or for those who want to improve their advanced understanding of individual personality and relationship dynamics. The Enneagram is a personality system that presents a useful template or map for understanding ourselves,…Find out more »
With Jerry Wagner, Ph.D.
In this Advanced Training, Jerry 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).