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The Enneagram has become so popular in recent years, and that’s a great thing! People know more about themselves than ever. This type of enlightenment can be powerful, but the Enneagram is SO complex that harnessing all the growth and wisdom available can be challenging. Certified Enneagram Coach and creator of @ninetypesco, Steph Barron Hall, is here to answer your questions!
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Enneagram in Real Life (IRL!) is a new 6-week course experience brought to you by your host, Steph Barron Hall. In today's episode, you're getting a special sneak peek of the first lesson of this course.If you've ever wondered HOW to use the Enneagram for growth, this is for you! We'd love for you to join us inside Enneagram IRL.Read about the modules and exactly what you'll be getting in this course.Join the course! Read allllllll the info (we've answered every single question!)Thanks for listening! 
Today's guest is Rebecca Horch. Rebecca is an Enneagram coach and parent mentor. She is married with 3 children, has her Bachelor's in Child & Family Support, and she has been working with families for over a decade. Over the years she has developed curriculum and programs for parents in order to help them navigate struggles within the home, and bring more peace and joy to their families. Rebecca uses the Enneagram to mentor caregivers in their parenting journey - helping them to understand their own ticks and motivations better so that they can bring out the best of themselves as parents and as people. Her program The KIN Parent Approach brings together her expertise in child and adolescent development, how to use unique and individualized parenting strategies, and how to use with the Enneagram to help guide families toward creating mutual bonds of love and respect within the home.Find Rebecca athttps://www.evitaconsulting.ca/kin-parent-approachhttps://www.instagram.com/evita_consultingOr via email at evitaconsulting@gmail.comJoin the KIN Parent Approach: choose from a 10-session, 4-session, or 4-week workshop for parents & caregivers (https://www.evitaconsulting.ca/kin-parent-approach)[AD] If you are a therapist, mental health professional, or coach who would like to use the Enneagram with your clients, look no further! Check out the Enneagram for Therapists course by Michael Shahan, LMFT. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
Today's guest is Rebecca Horch. Rebecca is an Enneagram coach and parent mentor. She is married with 3 children, has her Bachelor's in Child & Family Support, and she has been working with families for over a decade. Over the years she has developed curriculum and programs for parents in order to help them navigate struggles within the home, and bring more peace and joy to their families. Rebecca uses the Enneagram to mentor caregivers in their parenting journey - helping them to understand their own ticks and motivations better so that they can bring out the best of themselves as parents and as people. Her program The KIN Parent Approach brings together her expertise in child and adolescent development, how to use unique and individualized parenting strategies, and how to use with the Enneagram to help guide families toward creating mutual bonds of love and respect within the home.Find Rebecca at https://www.evitaconsulting.ca/kin-parent-approachhttps://www.instagram.com/evita_consultingOr via email at evitaconsulting@gmail.comJoin the KIN Parent Approach: choose from a 10 session, 4 session, or 4 week workshop for parents & caregiversSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
TRUE OR FALSE?There are best and worst Enneagram types.Some type combinations can be extremely toxic to one another in relationships.Enneagram 1s are more fun than Instagram portrays - they're not only about list-making and cleaning.Men can be Enneagram 2s.Enneagram 3s are more likely to be secretive and cause "scandals" because of not being truthful.Enneagram 4s are the most self-centered type.Enneagram 5s can actually be pretty open but usually only to a few incredibly close people.Enneagram 6s are downers and constantly making situations worse.All Enneagram 7s are lavish big spenders.Enneagram 8s may appear intense & scary but that's often their passion shining through.Enneagram 9s aren't pushovers at all, but are in fact very strong, stubborn, and opinionated.In this episode, I discussed this post: https://www.instagram.com/p/CKPPRaWBRFKMEET TODAY'S SPONSOR:Shape & Foster takes members on a journey of lifestyle development, providing knowledge and actionable insight via six amazing professionals in mental health, fitness, nutrition, finance, life coaching and yoga.  All members are here for the same reason - to learn and grow.  This makes for an active and positive community, and one you should be part of!https://www.shapeandfoster.com/
Today's guest is AMANDA STEED, MSW. Amanda Steed is an Enneagram Teacher and has just completed her masters of Social Work which she will use to provide therapy services in the DFW area. She sees the Enneagram as a tool that helps people let go of their protective personalities and embrace their Essence and true identity. Amanda teaches workshops and hosts retreats across the country and calls Dallas, Texas home. She lives in Oak Cliff with her husband, artist Kyle Steed, and their two wild and spirited daughters, Genevieve and Savannah. In her spare time she likes to play piano, read, hang out with the Real Housewives of Potomac, and engage in meaningful conversations with friends over coffee.The Enneaflip booklet describes the essential workplace and relational differences of the nine, core Enneagram types in a simple and practical format.Find Amanda at https://www.amandasteed.com/or https://www.instagram.com/enneagramandtherapy/On today's episode, we discussed this post: https://www.instagram.com/p/B_p0CbZnil2/MEET TODAY'S SPONSOR: Shape & Foster takes members on a journey of lifestyle development, providing knowledge and actionable insight via six amazing professionals in mental health, fitness, nutrition, finance, life coaching and yoga.  All members are here for the same reason - to learn and grow.  This makes for an active and positive community, and one you should be part of!https://www.shapeandfoster.com/Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
ENNEAFLIPThe Enneaflip booklet describes the essential workplace and relational differences of the nine, core Enneagram types in a simple and practical format. What’s Inside: Overview of the Enneagram Ethics and Etiquette Intelligence Centers Concise strategies around communication styles, blindspots, and tips on how to work well with each Ennea-type.Growth PracticesPick up your copy of Scott & Ashlee's new project, Enneaflip at https://www.swayleadership.com/enneaflipINTRO TO SCOTTScott is an expert in global people leadership and organizational development with more than 20 years of experience. He is the creator of a multi-award-winning Global Leadership Development Program and has built a broad curriculum of bespoke people-development workshops, growth accelerators, and talent initiatives that have a measurable impact on organizational performance and effectiveness.Scott is certified in MBTI and Hogan personality systems and is a certified emotional intelligence coach. Scott is passionate about developing radical self-awareness in others through the wisdom of the enneagram, a tool that he was professionally trained in by by Ian Morgan Cron and the CP Enneagram Academy.Scott regularly teaches and coaches around the world.More from Scott: http://www.instagram.com/eqenneagramINTRO TO ASHLEEAshlee is a PCC-level certified coach through the International Coaching Federation and holds a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology as well a graduate certificate in Transformational Coaching. She has studied at the CP Enneagram Academy and is a practitioner of the Enneagram personality theory. This led her to found the Nine Shapes Project, a vehicle for more meaningful conversations. Her early background in higher education and community development gave her a passion for creatively re-envisioning community leadership and practices, and she loves facilitating this discovery process for leaders and teams. When not coaching, she is hanging out with her husband and two goats in their urban garden in Portland, Oregon. She is also the owner and founder of Sway.More from Ashlee: http://www.instagram.com/nineshapes & https://www.instagram.com/a.s.coaching/Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
Today's podcast features Michael Shahan! Michael is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist located in Kansas City, MO. He specializes in trauma and identity work with his clients, seeing individuals as well as couples. He is passionate about helping people get unstuck, and allowing them to become the best version of themselves. Michael uses the Enneagram with almost all of his clients, allowing it to help guide them on their own road to healing in amazing ways.You can find Michael's course for therapists here: https://michaelshahan.com/enneagram-course-for-therapists-and-mental-health-professionalsBe sure to follow him on Instagram at @michaelshahan_therapy or checkout his selection of E-books at https://michaelshahan.comDo you want to ask a question? Send a voice memo to hello@ninetypes.co. Tell me your first name, location, & your question. We’ll play these on the podcast!
This episode is all about types 1, 2, 3, & 4! On today’s episode, we'll cover the following questions:What does it mean that the core desire of a four is “to find themselves” or “find their identity”? Or I guess it’s better put as “how does this core motivation show up in feelings, thoughts, or actions?” Maybe just some real life examples that can help me wrap my head around it.I have gotten my boyfriend very involved in the enneagram as well and it has really helped us learn about each other and ourselves! I am a 2W3 and he is a 3W2 and I was wondering if you could give me a summary on a 2/3 relationship? (I've already read your book and loved it!)My husband is a type one, he struggles with himself being the best that he can be, and he will hold on to any regret for a long time and let it tear him apart. Even if what happened wasn't his fault, or in the moment he didn't know better. I'm a type 9 and all I want to do is help him not hurt. How can I help him process his regrets correctly?Support us by using these sponsored links!Visit Enneagram Coffee for fantastic coffee for your Enneagram type & get 5% off your order with code NINETYPESCO https://www.enneagramcoffee.com/ Sign up for therapy from anywhere with BetterHelp! Do you want to ask a question? Send a voice memo to hello@ninetypes.co. Tell me your first name, location, & your question. We’ll play these on the podcast!Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
Today's podcast features Michael Shahan! Michael is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist located in Kansas City, MO. He specializes in trauma and identity work with his clients, seeing individuals as well as couples. He is passionate about helping people get unstuck, and allowing them to become the best version of themselves. Michael uses the Enneagram with almost all of his clients, allowing it to help guide them on their own road to healing in amazing ways.You can find Michael's upcoming course for therapists here: https://michaelshahan.com/enneagram-course-for-therapists-and-mental-health-professionalsBe sure to follow him on Instagram at @michaelshahan_therapy or checkout his selection of E-books at https://michaelshahan.comQuote from the episode:"Those who have come from highly dysfunctional families can take heart in knowing that the Essential self within us is completely intact and always looking for ways to manifest itself. Initially, we may have to spend a great deal of time and effort working on the gaps in our development, but the core of our Being is always there to support us. Again, no matter how painful our early experiences were, our Essence cannot be harmed." The Wisdom of the Enneagram by Don Richard Riso & Russ Hudson, pg. 35Do you want to ask a question? Send a voice memo to hello@ninetypes.co. Tell me your first name, location, & your question. We’ll play these on the podcast!Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
Today's podcast is short and sweet!Today’s podcast covers the common question:What are the best jobs for each Enneagram type?Do you want to ask a question? Send a voice memo to hello@ninetypes.co. Tell me your first name, location, & your question. We’ll play these on the podcast!
Today's podcast is about Harmonic Groups (also called Conflict Styles or Coping Styles). This is another way to look at the Enneagram's triadic groupings and can be helpful for understanding and working through conflict.Today’s podcast also covers the following questions:Why do type 4 and 6 mistype so often? And how can I know which type I am?Are types 3 & 7 compatible?Do you want to ask a question? Send a voice memo to hello@ninetypes.co. Tell me your first name, location, & your question. We’ll play these on the podcast!Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
More Enneagram questions! Today’s show is packed with information, and the notes are filled with links! If there was something in the show you wanted to know more about, it’s probably linked below, so be sure to peruse these notes. PLUS, the start of the show features a brand new segment.Today’s podcast covers the questions:I’ve noticed as a 7 that I have a lot of 2ish tendencies like wanting to make sure that everyone in the room feels like they’re having a good time and just being obsessed about wanting everyone to feel cared for, is there a reason why a 7 would feel that way or have I mistyped myself as a 2?How can 8s learn to be more aware of how their words affect others?Is it possible to be one type in your professional life and another in your personal life?What is the difference between type 6 & type 9?Can you explain growth & stress arrows?ADSerious about saving or improving your relationship? Today I’d love to share ReGain Couples & Marriage counseling with you. Using this online tool, you can get professional counseling from a licensed therapist, specifically designed to help you thrive in your relationships. When you visit Regain.us, you can choose between individual and couples counseling to get started. In my personal experience, both individual AND couples therapy have been super valuable for me to gain the tools, self-understanding, and personal support I need to be my best in my relationship. I love that Regain.us offers therapy online so that you can have access to your counselor anytime, anywhere.I’m so grateful to all who listen to the podcast, and if you’re interested in this offer, I would really love it if you would use this link to book! As a BetterHelp affiliate, I may earn from qualifying bookings. Get the counseling you need to improve your relationship: https://hasofferstracking.betterhelp.com/SHgCOTHER MENTIONSAmanda Steed’s Foundations of the Enneagram (4 Hour Course) is one of the most informative and well-done courses I’ve taken on the Enneagram! Check it out: https://enneagramunfolding.teachable.com/Get your own Chamomile & Peppermint tea, 20% off with code MYTYPE20 https://www.dripden.com/enneagram-teas/typeeightStretch & Release Points Instagram Post https://www.instagram.com/p/B_TJbAuB4QK/Movement Points Blog Posthttps://ninetypes.co/blog/enneagram-movement-pointsDo you want to ask a question? Send a voice memo to hello@ninetypes.co. Tell me your first name, location, & your question. We’ll play these on the podcast!Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
There are about as many paths to becoming a coach as there are coaches. Today, I talk about my path in particular and give you some ideas on how to pursue your coaching dreams! Since recording, Integrative9 has added an August online option.Today’s podcast covers the questions:What is an Enneagram coach?How did you become an Enneagram coach?International Coach Federation (ICF) Credentialhttps://coachfederation.org/icf-credentialBecome an Enneagram Coach ONLINE * affiliate link *https://www.yourenneagramcoach.com/a/21463/RhYsodeUIntegrative9 Accreditation ONLINE AVAILABLEhttps://www.integrative9.com/events/calendar/The Narrative Enneagram Programhttps://enneagramworldwide.com/Chestnut Paes Enneagram Academyhttps://cpenneagram.com/about-the-academy/International Enneagram Association (IEA) Accredited Traininghttps://www.internationalenneagram.org/find-a/accredited-training-program/To ask a question and support the show, visit https://www.patreon.com/askanenneagramcoachorSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
Thanks so much for listening! Today's episode explores these common Enneagram questions:What are some ways for a three to tell whether they are actually feeling their feelings or just performing their feelings? Could my significant other understand my personality better from learning my enneagram type?Is there any correlation between Enneagram Type, Astrology, MBTI, etc.?What would you tell each type when they’re in that mental space of “I really don’t like my type”? https://www.instagram.com/p/B9E6IPch2Xf/Tips to help threes relax when there’s nothing to do?Do 7s usually struggle with anxiety? I know 6s do but is that a thing for 7s?National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) Resource Directory Thank you to Drip Den for sponsoring this episode of Ask an Enneagram Coach. Get 20% off your first custom tea using the code MYTYPE20 at checkout on https://www.dripden.com/To ask a question and support the show, visit https://www.patreon.com/askanenneagramcoachorSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
Thanks so much for listening! Today's episode explores these common Enneagram questions:If I had only one takeaway from learning my type, what should it be?What's the deal with 9s and anger?What about 9s and expectations?I'm a 1 AND an 8 - what does that mean?Why do 1 and 6 mistype so often?To ask a question and support the show, visit https://www.patreon.com/askanenneagramcoachorhttps://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoachSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
Thanks so much for listening! Today's episode explores four common Enneagram questions. It's pretty long, but this is a great episode to share with people who are unfamiliar with the Enneagram and would like to learn more about each type & how to find their own type. I talked through questions like,How do you find your core motivation?Can your type change?What are the nine core motivations?What do you do when you really can’t figure out your type?Thank you to Nine Shapes for sponsoring this episode! To get your own Nine Shapes card deck, visit https://nineshapes.co/.To ask a question and support the show, visit https://www.patreon.com/askanenneagramcoachSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
Thanks so much for listening! Today's episode explores three common Enneagram questions:What are wings? How do you find them? What do they mean? + a brief summary of each type & wing combinationWhat are subtypes? Why do they matter? (starts around 15:00)What are tritypes? (For this topic especially, let me know if you want to learn more and I'll invite a tritype expert to explore further!) (starts around 30:00)Thank you to Enneagram Coffee for sponsoring this episode of Ask an Enneagram Coach. Get 5% off your order by using the code NINETYPESCO at checkout on https://www.enneagramcoffee.com/ To ask a question and support the show, visit https://www.patreon.com/askanenneagramcoachSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
Thanks so much for listening!Thank you to Drip Den for sponsoring this episode of Ask an Enneagram Coach. Get 20% off your first custom tea using the code MYTYPE20 at checkout on https://www.dripden.com/To ask a question and support the show, visit https://www.patreon.com/askanenneagramcoachSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
Welcome to Ask an Enneagram Coach. I’m your host, Steph Barron Hall! I am a certified Enneagram coach, creator of @ninetypesco on instagram, and author of the new book The Enneagram in Love. Every week, you can find me here, answering all of your pressing Enneagram questions so that you can understand yourself more clearly and find new paths toward growth.If you're ready to get all your Enneagram questions answered, join my team on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/askanenneagramcoachSee you back here on June 4th for the OFFICIAL pod launch!Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/askanenneagramcoach)
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