The Narrative Enneagram

An educational nonprofit dedicated to transforming lives and creating a more compassionate world

Note: To assure the safety of our Narrative Enneagram Community, we have cancelled our spring-summer 2020 onsite programs in Nashville, Cincinnati and Denver. The TNE board, faculty and staff are reviewing alternative opportunities to deliver our programs, including new online options, as well as additional offerings that speak to this uncharted territory in which we find ourselves. Read more >

Welcome-videoThe Enneagram is a powerful gateway to self-awareness and understanding 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. 

An educational nonprofit, we are the only IEA Accredited Enneagram School that sustains and promotes the pioneering work of leading Enneagram developers Helen Palmer and David Daniels, MD. We are also the longest running Enneagram school worldwide, having offered Enneagram courses since 1988. Our Core Curriculum includes foundational programs and certification tracks for both Narrative Enneagram Teachers and Practitioners.
Whether you are a newcomer or lifelong learner, we invite you to become a member of our diverse, international community, and take advantage of free member webinars and other benefits. Learn more >   
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Narrative Enneagram Worldwide Community

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.

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Zooming the Narrative Way: Socially Separated, Spiritually Connected
Joyce Plaza / May 25, 2020

I recently read a news analysis in the New York Times titled “Why Zoom is Terrible.”  Author Kate Murphy’s message asserts that video meeting applications, although necessary today, can make you feel awkward, and that video conferencing makes you feel isolated and anxious. She argues that images are blotchy and [...]

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