Enneagram: An Archetypal Psychology
Join TNS Host Michael Lerner for a conversation with Bill Glenn, a former Jesuit, licensed psychotherapist, and spiritual director with a private practice in San Francisco and Santa Rosa, California. Bill has been working with the Enneagram, an authoritative and unique self-integration system, since 1978, and has conducted workshops across the Bay Area.
To make the most of the conversation, here are some suggestions:
1. Click on this link to take the short free test to get a sense of what your type might be.
2. Read the Wikipedia entry on The Enneagram of Personality. Note especially the history with G.I. Gurdjieff, Oscar Ichazo, Claudio Naranjo and others as pioneers. Click on Ichazo and Naranjo to learn more about them.
William D. Glenn
A former Jesuit, Bill is a licensed psychotherapist and spiritual director with a private practice in San Francisco and Santa Rosa, California. He was executive director of Continuum, a Tenderloin-based health care agency that provides care for triply-diagnosed clients. Bill has been working with the Enneagram, an authoritative and unique self- integration system, since 1978, and has conducted workshops on its application throughout the Bay Area. From 1995-2002, he was the convener of Spirit Group, an intentional prayer community, and for ten years co-facilitated Katargeo, a program for lifers at San Quentin State Penitentiary.
Glenn is currently a trustee of the Morris Stulsaft Foundation, a trustee of the Graduate Theological Union, and co-chair of the capital campaign for Horizons Foundation in San Francisco. A former board member of the Insight Prison Project, he is past vice president of the board of KQED, past president of the socially responsible mutual fund Working Assets/Citizens Funds, and past president of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.