The Enneagram provides a window into what we refer to as our “personality” or “persona,” allowing us to see who we really are and what drives our actions. As parents, we are often confronted with questions and uncertainties about how to best meet our children’s needs, enabling them to grow to their full potential. We can, and often unknowingly, use our children to fulfill our own needs and lack the in-sight to see them clearly. In this free community workshop, we will look at how the Enneagram opens up ways of seeing and understanding our children’s behavior and helps us to see their actions as requests to meet their deeper needs.
Join Neil Sicherman, Ph.D. and Melody Schaper, Movement Therapist, as we explore how the Enneagram can help us parent more authentically and lovingly. The event is being held on Wednesday, February 4 from 7:30 to 9:30 pm in the High School Library. For more information, or call 610-933-3635, x128.