This groundbreaking session is about working with college students using the Enneagram for spiritual and personal development.

As we, the presenters, live and work in South Florida, we will have the rare opportunity to bring many of our students to participate with us.

The two fundamental tools we have found to work well with this age group are the Narrative Tradition Panels, and small breakout groups for processing information and experience.

We will discuss the use of social media, global networking and the students’ visions for a healthier world. We will also incorporate video clips from a stunning panel of eight women college roommates of eight different types facilitated by David Daniels at our conference in November of 2010. Some of these women will be participating in the presentation.

Chris Southard is a graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and has his Master in Divinity and a Master in Arts and Counseling. He serves as the Youth Director at First Presbyterian Church in North Palm Beach and as the Head Coach of the men’s lacrosse team at Palm Beach Atlantic University.

Paul Van der Grift is retired from acting and documentary filmmaking. He has a Bachelors degree in International Affairs, and a minor in Social Work from Florida State University. He received his film training at New York University. His social work experience includes work in elder care, grief, and crisis counseling.

Chris Southard
Paul Van der Grift


2011 IEA Global Conference

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA

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