A new course offering 20 Hours of Continuing Education Credit for Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Counselors.
Beginning Thursday September 22 for 10 weeks from 6:00-9:00pm, (concluding the week after Thanksgiving) at:
The Center For Intelligent Leadership in Kimberton PA.
The Enneagram of Personality is a detailed and comprehensive psycho-spiritual system that illuminates nine basic personality types or ego manifestations that reveal nine different ways of perceiving the self and others. The therapist, social worker and counselor will improve your own self awareness and understanding as well as gain insight into a diagnostic tool for your clients. This will help you and your clients gain meaningful interpersonal awareness and understanding of how our particular personality types relate to our issues.
Through ten weeks of experiential and theoretical study, information and practice you will become familiar with the Enneagram of Personality System. You will be able to understand your core filters and drivers that affect how you witness your client’s personality structure with clarity. The course will give you a deeper understanding of ways to view your own and your client’s needs and egoic manifestations.
Requirements for CEU Credit:
To receive CEU credit you are required to attend all classes and complete all the reading assignments. A journal is required to record answers to questions given in class and respond to between classes. Full participation in all the experiential work in class is essential to gain an understanding of the individual personality types. A supportive and willing attitude is necessary to embody and understand the Enneagram.
The cost of the course is $550. For more information and to register contact email@example.com 610-348-9072
The Enneagram; Living and Loving Fully
A course designed for Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and
Professional Counselors on The Enneagram of Personality
Offering 20 hours of Continuing Education Credit
Presenters: Neil Sicherman, PhD. Melody Schaper, RSMT
Dates: Ten (10) weeks beginning Thursday, September 22 to December 1 (no
Time: 6:00-9:00 pm
Location: The Center for Intelligent Leadership
1375 Hares Hill Road
Kimberton, PA 19442
For more information:
To register, contact Melody Schaper at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-348-9072
The Enneagram of Personality is a detailed and comprehensive psycho-spiritual
system that illuminates nine basic personality types or ego manifestations that
reveal nine different ways of perceiving the self and others. The therapist, social
worker and counselor will improve their self awareness and understanding as
well as gain a new insight into their clients.
The course will provide detailed descriptions and experiences of the nine types of
personality providing the therapist with tools for understanding how client’s
issues are a reflection of their personality structure. The practitioner will gain an
enhanced capacity for presence and receptivity modeling self awareness for their
clients. They will gain greater skills to assess, diagnose and treat their clients
enabling them to build their own inner resources contributing to their well being.
1. To become familiar with The Enneagram of Personality System and the nine
basic personality types.
2. To gain an understanding and awareness of their own (often hidden) core
filters and drivers that guide their behavior.
3. To enhance the ability to witness clients and self with greater clarity.
4. To gain insight into a diagnostic tool and system that enables patients and
therapists deeper self awareness as it relates to issues/concerns/
5. To develop a deeper self understanding to live more authentically and have
more meaningful relationships with the self and others.
About the Presenters:
Melody Schaper MFA, RSMT
Melody is a Somatic Movement Therapist as well as an artist, teacher and coach. She works with individuals and groups to develop their potential to live and love authentically. Her integration of psychology, personality theory and somatic awareness is truly groundbreaking. Melody’s work goes beyond a change in thinking patterns to a deeper change in embodied actions. She has taught and coached business leaders, top athletes, performing artists and therapists – all toward better performance. She is certified as an Alexander Technique Teacher used in performing arts, public speaking, presentation, athletics, etc.), Gestalt Therapy, Movement Analysis and has a Master of Fine Arts in Performance. Her advanced studies include Arizona State University (MFA), The University of Washington (CMA), Pennsylvania Gestalt Therapy Center and Philadelphia School for the Alexander Technique.
Neil Sicherman, PhD
Neil is a teacher and a coach. He is extensively trained in personality development and behaviors, relationships and communication. Neil has a PhD in Finance, is certified as a coach and has advanced training through the Enneagram Institute. He is a Nine Domains Senior Associate – working to further develop a powerful and unique systemic framework of concepts and practices for groups and organizations.
Neil served as the Associate Dean of the business school at Villanova University, where he led a team to design and manage an innovative Executive MBA program. The program, built on a foundation of systemic thinking, was the first in the world to fully integrate executive coaching into it’s curriculum. As a Professor, he taught MBA students, PhD students, chaired dissertations and won numerous teaching awards.
Together Melody and Neil have been leading groups and working with individuals teaching a Somatic approach to the Enneagram called the SEG WAY. That is an integration of Somatic Awareness, the Enneagram and Gestalt Psychotherapy techniques to develop deeper and more sustainable patterns for growth for themselves and others. They have been teaching The Enneagram; Living and Loving Fully for several years and offer Professional Counselors 20 hours of Continuing Education Credit for the course from the Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists.