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David Daniels, M.D., is a clinical professor of psychiatry at Stanford University Medical School, and is a leading developer of the Enneagram.
Virginia Price, Ph.D., (1942-2005) was a psychologist with a private practice in Palo Alto. She wrote Type A Behavior Pattern, a book widely regarded as a landmark in its field.
The DVD presents nine narrators that personify one of the nine personality types.
Probably the best book out there to give a brief introduction to the Enneagram, and to help people type themselves for the very first time.
David Daniels makes this information interesting and accessible and his book whetted my appetite to delve deeper into the Enneagram.
Very good, to the point, self-discovery that is good for anyone who wants to lift their spirits and become a better self!Published 6 days ago by M. Bruce
This is an interesting way to categorize personality and behavior, by what we learned
as survival methods as children. Read more
This was so eye opening, affirming and inspiring. A must read for anyone interested in moving forward in a positive direction.Published 13 days ago by autumn
A fabulous new way to raise awareness about myself and others. Should make me more compassionate and accepting of differences.Published 1 month ago by Carolyn Riley
The book is much smaller than I expected but, because of this, it is easy to carry, put in a pocket, and take along to share with another. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rev. Sandra Rogers
best personality instrument out there....can't recommend it more highly!Published 1 month ago by rev. m. lou izor
I ordered this book to give to friends unfamiliar with the Enneagram. The info is basic and easy to understand. Not for those already knowledgable about the topic.Published 2 months ago by Linda Gutin
This simplified version of the Enneagram for beginners to this realm of personal exploration of self is very very helpful.Published 2 months ago by Barbara K Rector