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Partners, Parents and Youth

Sessions to increase understanding, respect and harmony in the home.

Romantic Sunset
Holding Hands

Partners and Spouses

These 60 minute sessions for two are designed to create a common language to help you see each other more clearly,  develop your strengths as a couple, and address areas of disconnect in your relationship.  The Enneagram helps to depersonalize certain behaviors and allows us to see "They aren't doing that to me. They mean something different than I do when I do that."  or "This thing that I don't need at all, feels like a survival issue to them".  We will get at practical applications in every session that will create new patterns in your home.  


I also offer sessions for couples considering marriage/or who are engaged to provide a deeper understanding of how you each negotiate life and what that will look like in marriage. 

Pregnant Woman in Nature
Image by Omar Lopez

Parents of Young Kids

While it is highly recommended to hold off on typing your child while they are still developing, there is plenty of Enneagram work to help you show up as your best self in parenting.  Come in solo or as a couple to learn more about how your type structure hinders your best efforts to guide your children and how to offer the best of your natural strengths in parenting.  Explore new strategies for connecting with your child regardless of their type.

Family Fun Night

Gather your family and let's figure out how you all may go through the same experiences, but none of you experience the same thing! Through interactive conversations and play gain insights into how each of you communicate, go about getting what you want, use your energy, and more. 

Not sure your teens will buy in, or will share more than one syllable answers? Try me.  I have worked with teens for decades. It's my jam. While I use the principles of the Enneagram, I don’t directly teach the Enneagram in these sessions, and no Enneagram knowledge is needed to participate. For families with kids age 8+

Image by Tim Mossholder
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