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The Enneagram is a powerful gateway to self-awareness and understanding of others. It describes the structure and dynamics of nine personality types, opening a path to a more integrated and rewarding life. Our programs are grounded in the Narrative Tradition, which offers an interactive exploration of the Enneagram through inquiry with panelists who share their personal stories and insights. Our teaching methods support learning from the mind, heart and body. Our integrated Narrative Enneagram Curriculum is the next generation of the Enneagram Professional Training Program (EPTP) founded by Helen Palmer and David Daniels, MD in 1988. We are an IEA Accredited School and some of our Core Curriculum trainings are pre-approved for CCEs by the International Coach Federation.
In 2018, Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition (ESNT) and Enneagram Association in the Narrative Tradition (EANT) combined forces to create The Narrative Enneagram (TNE), combining the best of its two mother organizations. Like ESNT, it is the container for core teachings such as the Enneagram Intensive, and offers two different professional tracks that lead to certification as Enneagram Narrative Teachers or Practitioners. Like EANT, it also offers memberships with privileges and benefits that we hope to expand over the next several years. Learn more >
We offer the Enneagram Professional Training Program in 13 countries and have certified more than 1,000 Narrative Enneagram Teachers and Practitioners around the world. We invite you to become a member of The Narrative Enneagram and be a part of our diverse international community. Our worldwide relationships include international, regional and other partner organizations.Learn more
In 1998 I attended my first Narrative Enneagram class. I knew the basics of the Enneagram and thought that I might be a Type One, but I wasn’t sure. During the class, the teachers explained that a Type One was a body type. Ha! I thought that couldn’t be right [...]Read more