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Personality Type and Relationships, East Bay, CA
Mar 29
10 am - 6 pm (PDT)

A stand-alone workshop or first of a two-part series on relationships

The Enneagram is a powerful method for increasing our EQ – emotional intelligence – and there is no better system in the world today for learning how to create more successful relationships at home and at work. By recognizing the different points of view and the basic needs of each personality type, we can improve our communication and rapport with others. With increased empathy for the other people in our lives we are able to respond to their emotional issues and security needs in ways that support friendship, cooperation and intimacy.

This daylong workshop will focus on what we need to know about the nine types, and what we can do to adapt, empathize and communicate more effectively. We’ll talk about:

  • How to use our three centers of intelligence – head, heart and body – in relationships with understanding, empathy and right action
  • Knowing our own patterns of reactivity and learning to stay centered, while creating flexible boundaries
  • Communication styles, strengths and problem areas, with specific suggestions for each personality type

The format will include presentation, inner practices and lots of discussion.

Location: East Bay, Richmond hills
Cost: $135 per day. $250 for both workshops. Lunch included.
CEUs available.
Registration: Pat O’Hanrahan or 510-234-1600.

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