Three Keys to Self-Understanding: An Innovative and Effective Combination of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, the Enneagram, and Inner-Child Healing
Self-discovery can be an elusive process. Some people never fully express their true personalities because of obstacles from the past. Others float through life with a set of defense mechanisms that seem adequate until something happens to shake that pattern. In her groundbreaking work, Pat Wyman combines three psychological techniques to create a successful method of personal integration. The foundation of the work is a comparative exploration of how the MBTI? instrument, the Enneagram, and Inner-Child Healing can assist in self-discovery. In the end, it is a strikingly honest and poignant study of how a remarkable group of people dealt with tragedy and abuse, and how they achieved healing through intense introspection and the use of these three modalities. Courageous clients share their stories, poems, artwork, and letters, which are interwoven throughout the author's in-depth explanation of how to guide client's through this process.
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The Need For Healing Is Universal
Five levels of Healing
Whos Home? Understanding the MyersBriggs Type Indicator
Who s Guarding the House? Understanding the Enneagram
Understanding Internal Conflict
I Get Into This Mess? Understanding Your Baggage
Woundedness and Your Defense
Creating a Safe Place to be
A Case History
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