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The Enneagram Journey of a Woman of Color through Humanness and the Divine

June 28, 2019 3pm to 4pm EDT
With Deborah Threadgill Egerton
Hosted by Jessica Dibb
The webcast will appear here 15 minutes before the session start-time.

We share more similarities than differences; however the differences matter. Especially the ones that you are not aware of. Join us on the journey of a women of color as she shares her experiences of over 2 decades of learning, loving and growing with the Enneagram and now leading the way and Taking it to the Streets.

In This Session:

  • How access to the Enneagram and the personal journey began
  • The connection between the Enneagram and forgiveness from the perspective of a woman of color
  • How the Enneagram changed the trajectory of the path of her "personal calling"
  • What has that personal call manifested and where is the journey leading her now

Deborah Threadgill Egerton

Founder & President of Trinity Transition Consultants, LLC

Deborah Egerton, PhD, founder and president of Trinity Transition Consultants, is an internationally respected psychotherapist and executive coach who is often described as an unforgettable career thought-leader, a diversity-and-inclusion practitioner, and an authentic and inspirational Enneagram teacher. She facilitates career growth and personal development with individuals and organizations by focusing her efforts on respecting the uniqueness of every individual and honoring the humanity in us all.

Dr. Egerton recognizes that the Enneagram is the blueprint needed for the unification of all people to understand we are already connected as one. Her work with the Enneagram has allowed people to see the world through different eyes and has enabled individuals to see how our similarities connect us more than our differences divide us.

She holds a BA in Mass Communications from the University of Texas El Paso, an MA in Counseling Psychology from Webster University, and a PhD from Health Sciences Saba University, Netherlands Antilles.


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