AEA SPECIAL TOPIC: Managing Conflict by Type with Renee Siegel on June 10, 2017

Managing Conflict by Type

Special Guest: Renee Siegel

We all have encounters with others where we do not agree with that other person, even if we care for them a great deal. We can be guaranteed that at some point in our lives, we will have this experience. Oftentimes, conflict arises as a result of this disagreement or not “seeing eye to eye”, and it does not seem like we will be able to see it through.

Some of us are more comfortable with conflict than others. Conflict is actually one of the results of being relational. Conflict in relationships is not limited to one type of relationship such as with your spouse or significant other. Parents and children, siblings, friends, co-workers, in fact anyone you have a relationship with can become potentially someone that you have conflict with. Although conflict may be difficult for some, moving through it or coming to some sort of resolution, even if it is agreeing to disagree is important. One of the many benefits of studying and employing our understanding of the Enneagram in our lives is that is provides information about type or character structure and the somewhat predictable patterns of thinking, feeling and doing. In this workshop we will explore how each type either moves toward or away from conflict or perhaps doesn’t budge at all.

Biography: Renee Siegel has been an integrative wellness provider for over 35 years. She was originally educated as a Marriage and Family therapist and began to question why people hold onto their patterns of thoughts, feelings, behaviors and illnesses. She is a licensed mental health counselor, licensed massage therapist and certified holistic healthcare practitioner. She was introduced to the Enneagram almost 10 years ago and it was “love at first sight and a game changer”. Since that time she has been an avid student of the Enneagram.

She specialized in 3 areas in using the Enneagram:

• Integrating Wellness Practices into Treatment

• Improving Relationships both personally and professionally

• Recovery from Substance and Process Addictions

Renee has finished filming an addiction series where she has interviewed all nine types, each having both a substance and process addiction. She describes the enneagram as the “blueprint for health one can utilize when understanding the underlying energetic patterns that distract us from our journey in returning to wholeness.”



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EVENT DETAILS |
When:

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Time:

1:00 p.m – 5:00 p.m.

Where:

Paradise Valley United Methodist Church 4455 E. Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253

Room: H1  Please go to the upper part of the H building on the west side.

CLOSEST AIRPORT: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

Fees: $45.00
Optional Patron Price: $65.00
What is the Patron Price? Those who are able to offer more than the regular workshop price can select the Patron Price option. By selecting this option, your generosity is helping to cover the costs of the workshop and to help those who may not be able to pay the full price of the program. Thank you for your consideration

CANCELLATION: Cancellations received seven days prior to the workshop will be refunded, minus a $20 processing fee. Cancellations received thereafter are subject to full forfeiture.

Click HERE for Scholarship information

For more information, email Sheila Grant or call 602-888-1381 .

Registration in advance is extremely helpful in order to provide class notes, adequate seating, and name badges, as well as, administrative staff and volunteers needed for this event.

Author: Jennifer Glazar

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