Tuesday, August 4, 6:00-8:00pm
The Enneagram is a psychological and spiritual tool that uses the framework of nine distinct personality types to describe the preferred ways we make our way through the world. On Tuesday, June 23, Rolyn Rollins, an Enneagram workshop facilitator for the Cothran Center for Vocational Reflection at Furman University, led participants through a discovery and exploration of their own Enneagram types, including healthy ways to use this new information in daily interactions with others. Now we are planning another offering of the retreat on Tuesday, August 4, for those already familiar with the Enneagram looking for a deeper understanding of it and how to use it to become more self-aware and to better understand the perspectives of others. The cost to participate is $10, which includes a copy of The Essential Enneagram if you don’t already have one.
Class size is limited, so register today.