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Develop greater self-knowledge

You are invited to an introductory day of the Enneagram, a system that draws upon ancient wisdom to facilitate understanding and insight into yourself and others. Knowing yourself and seeing who you truly are is powerful. Especially in a sense that no one can then convince you of who you should be, once you know who you are.

The Enneagram is a nine-point model of human behavioural patterns, which are drawn from ancient teachings and remain valid today. The Enneagram takes a person on a path of greater self-knowledge, awareness and appreciation. Many of us wonder why we naturally get on really well with some people and not with others. The Enneagram helps to identify the mind-sets and patterns of behaviour which explain this and assists us to make conscious choices about our life and interactions with others. Although the model is thought to be thousands of years old, recent decades have produced a number of psychological studies which validate the information the Enneagram provides. 

This interactive Enneagram day will provide you with:

  • A full 16-page Enneagram Type Indicator report
  • An understanding of your personal and interpersonal styles
  • A broader appreciation of yourself and your behaviour
  • Insights into the behaviour of others
  • A recognition of your interpersonal strengths and weaknesses
  • Insights into new ways to interact with others.

By participating in the Enneagram Day, you will be provided with:

  • A link to take a professional Enneagram assessment on-line
  • Professional guidance in interpreting the mental, behavioural and spiritual aspects of your Enneagram assessment
  • A comprehensive set of Enneagram notes
  • A facilitated forum to review your Enneagram profile and gain greater insights into yourself and others (family, friends or work colleagues)

REGISTRATIONS CLOSE 1 WEEK BEFORE THE WORKSHOP:  AS YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN ONLINE ASSESSMENT BEFORE COMING TO THE WORKSHOP.

THE LINK TO THE ASSESSMENT WILL BE SENT TO THE EMAIL ADDRESSES YOU REGISTERED WHEN PURCHASING THE TICKET.

The workshop is facilitated by Clinical Psychologist's  Kerryn Ashford-Hatherly and Michael Tunnecliffe

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Ashcliffe Psychology

935 Wellington Street West Perth WA 6005, Australia

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Organiser Information

Kerryn Ashford-Hatherly
Ashcliffe Psychology
0455455855

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before the event, Full refund given with a minimum of 24 hours notice of cancellation.