How do we ensure the Enneagram continues to evolve through future generations?

How do we reach out and build relationships with young adults (age 18-39)?

How do we address different levels of development of young adults and meet the varied needs of this population?

How do we attract young adults to the Enneagram and engage them in the life-long work of transformation?

Drawing upon years of experience working with young adults in spiritual transformation, Deanna and Beth will share best practices that they have utilized to empower young adults in their journey and open the conversation to hear from the experience of young adults present at the workshop.

Deanna Martin, M.A., L.P.C., is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Teacher and Trainer of the Enneagram in the Narrative Tradition. She is experienced in working with individuals and groups and has over eleven years experience working particularly with youth and young adults in the areas of wellness, spirituality, career development and transition. She currently works as the Associate Director of Campus Ministry at Xavier University.

Beth O’Hara, B.A., C.Y.T, is an Accredited Enneagram Teacher and Trainer in the Narrative Tradition, a Certified Life Coach, and Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor. She is a senior faculty member for the School of Conscious Living Enneagram Emersion program. She also serves on the board of the International Enneagram Association USA-Affiliate. She brings a young adult perspective to the Enneagram and also leads movement meditations that activate and balance the three centers.

Deanna Martin
Beth O’Hara

2010

2010 IEA Global Conference

San Francisco, California, USA

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