Teaching the Enneagram is my joy and a calling god has placed on my life. I'm so glad you've made your way here to learn more.
Have you ever experienced something that was so life changing and life giving that you couldn't stop talking about it? The Enneagram was that something for me. My friends quickly became exasperated with me because after diving in and learning about my number I became a LITTLE BIT obsessed. It was so amazing to see myself articulated on paper and really helpful in basically every relationship I had. Unlike other personality tests or quizzes or systems the Enneagram showed me my ego in black and white and it just made sense.
I realized that this passion was something I am called to share, so I spent the better part of 2017 reading and preparing to teach the Enneagram. I completed my certification with Beth McCord, aka Your Enneagram Coach, and I'm certified to coach people and groups, as well as give presentations on various topics.
Anyone can teach you about the Enneagram - you can even do your own research online. My goal in teaching Enneagram workshops is to show you how to use the Enneagram as a powerful tool for personal and spiritual growth and to help you create the space to explore why you do what you do. In addition to learning, a good part of a half or full day workshop with me will be spent reflecting, writing, meditating and talking amongst one another.
If you'd like to have me come to your small group or organization to teach a workshop please contact me and let me know what you're looking for, I can customize a workshop to any group of any size.
When I'm not busy teaching the Enneagram I spend my time hanging out with my super talented and kind husband Kyle Steed and raising two sweet girls full-time. Savannah is 4 years old and Genevieve is 2. They teach me more than I could ever imagine and keep me very busy! I do some community organizing locally in Dallas and like to stay involved politically in my city and state, especially in the area of education. I also love watching The Office and Parks & Rec on a regular basis to keep the laughter going.