|Event Title||DSS Wellness: Introduction to the Enneagram|
|Location||Pleasants Family Assembly Room, Wilson Library|
|Sponsor||The Graduate School|
|Date/Time||01/24/2020 8:15 AM - 4:30 PM|
|Cutoff Date||01/16/2020 Must register before this date|
At a deep level the Enneagram tells about the relationship between personality and essence, or authentic spirit. This workshop will focus on a basic overview of the nine personality types as distinct aspects of human nature that can be found in all of us regardless of one's type. We will see how these nine types manifest in our lives, learn about the essential qualities of each type, identify the directions of disintegration and stress, and discover paths of transformation through healing attitudes that liberate us from the bounds of personality structures.
Please REGISTER by Wednesday, January 15. Spots are limited!
You must be able to stay for the entire workshop. Breakfast will be provided at 8:15 am, and we will begin promptly at 8:30 am. The workshop will end at 4:30 pm. We will also provide lunch.
After registration is closed, you will receive a code to access the assessment. You will receive a feedback report upon completing the assessment. Students should review their reports and explore their type descriptions in advance of the workshop.
**Please note that this workshop is being offered for free to our graduate students. We pay a fee per assessment, so we ask that if you register for the workshop, you fully commit to completing the assessment and attending the ENTIRE workshop. If your plans should change, please cancel your registration as soon as possible so someone from the waitlist may take your seat.**
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