Saturday, April 25, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM PDT
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University of Phoenix
2860 Gateway Oaks Drive
Sacramento, CA 95833

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SacAPT Board of Directors


SacAPT Presents

Type and the Enneagram: Do they intersect?

Presented by Virginia (Gina) Thomas, Ph.D.

The MBTI® and the Enneagram are two of the most well-known systems of personality, utilized by individuals and organizations around the world. Each system describes a complex picture of psychological functioning, allowing us to identify and appreciate multiple ways of thinking, feeling, and acting in the world. But how do these two sytems fit together? 

Please join us for this highly interactive program in which we'll explore how Type intersects with the Enneagram. 

  • Learn about each of the nine Enneagram ego-structures and their respective psychological territories, from their worldviews to their emotional and behavioral patterns
  • Discover whether there are correspondences between specific Enneagram styles and Type preferences
  • Discuss how these two systems are distinct and where they overlap, especially in regard to applications for personal and professional growth

 The workshop will be accessible to all levels of type expertise, beginner to advanced.

Saturday, April 25, 2020 9 a.m. to noon.

NEW LOCATION!  University of Phoenix, 2860 Gateway Oaks Drive, Sacramento, CA 95833

Take W. El Camino Avenue exit off I-80 or I-5 

Refreshments and networking begin at 8:30 a.m. 

Current SacAPT members attend for free. First time visitors pay just $20, returning visitors $45, and students with photo ID are 1/2 price.

About Our Presenter

 Virginia (Gina) Thomas, Ph.D.,  is an assistant   professor of psychology at Wilmington College,   Ohio. She is qualified to administer the MBTI®, and   is a certified teacher of the Enneagram, trained in   The Narrative Tradition with Helen Palmer and   David Daniels. Gina earned her doctorate in   psychology from the University of California, Santa   Cruz. Her research and teaching focus on the   intersection of solitude, personality, and emotional   development. She especially enjoys discussing how   the MBTI® and Enneagram complement each other   as windows into the personality, and has worked   with individuals and organizations utilizing these   systems. Gina has INFP preferences.