DATE: (The third Wednesday of the month) Wednesday, March 21, 2018
LOCATION: St. Philips Church, NE corner of Campbell and River
TIME: 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
COST: A $5.00 donation is requested, or any amount that meets your means
The Enneagram and Trauma
You may have watched Oprah on 60 Minutes this last Sunday night. She talked about “Adverse Childhood Experiences” (ACEs) to answer the question, “What happened to you,” vs. “What’s wrong with you,” for those suffering from trauma, or who are incarcerated in America’s criminal justice system. You are cordially invited to join us to take the ACEs test yourself to understand first-hand about trauma-causing childhood experiences. We’ll break up into Enneagram type groups to discuss and share how your type could be most effectively supported towards health and well-being. You will leave knowing more about the Enneagram Prison Project, which directly addresses these issues within prison walls, along with insights about how your Enneagram style can help mitigate trauma and promote compassion for others, as well as help you break out of the “prison of your own making.”
PRESENTER: Sandy Hogan, Accredited Enneagram Professional, Professional Certified Coach, and Certified Integral Coach, is a co-founder of the Enneagram Enthusiasts, a vibrant and growing Enneagram study group since 2011. She has been studying the Enneagram in depth since 2002 and uses the wisdom inherent within it to support each of her clients. She also serves on the Arizona Enneagram Association board of directors and is committed to bringing the myriad gifts of the Enneagram to Life through coaching and teaching.