This presentation will explore the impact of instinctual subtypes, separate from type, on relationships. The three major instincts (self-preservation, social, and sexual) and the subtypes which are formed by them have a powerful impact on our style of relating. Since the three subtypes have very different interests, energy levels and needs, conflicts in relationships are often more related to subtype than type differences. Understanding these differences can improve relationships immediately. Participants will explore a current relationship and leave the workshop with greater awareness about the key dynamics of this relationship. In addition, participants will gain a better understanding of the influence of instincts/subtypes on relationships in general. The workshop will include brief talks, inner practices, group exercises and short panels.

Terry Saracino, MA-Counseling, MBA, has taught the Enneagram in the U.S. and abroad since 1989. She founded The Enneagram Center in Denver, one of the first centers in the country to offer a variety of Enneagram courses, type groups, study groups, workshops for therapists, and Enneagram-based counseling. She is Executive Director of Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition and a Teaching Associate in the internationally recognized Palmer-Daniels Enneagram Professional Training Program (EPTP). She has for many years pursued her own spiritual journey through her Enneagram work and as a student of the Ridhwan School (Diamond Approach(R)) founded by Hameed Ali. ,

Terry Saracino


2011 IEA Global Conference

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA

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