WORKSHOP: 9 Paths Through the 5 Love Languages | September 28, 2019

Nine Paths Through the Five Love Languages

Each of us wants to be understood and wants to be valued and cared for. In our most intimate relationships, we often think, feel and experience being valued and cared for differently than the way our partners do. Oftentimes, this creates strain on the relationship, particularly if we do not know how to identify what is important to us and then ask for it.

In the Nine Paths Through the Five Love Languages, we will explore how each of the nine types of the Enneagram of Personality have differing perceptions of what it means and looks like to be valued and cared for. Through lecture, exercises, and panel presentations about the nine personality/character structures of the Enneagram and the five Love Languages, participants will grow an understanding or a deeper understanding of how the nine types and the five love languages work together.

Objectives/Expected Learning Outcomes: 1. An in depth exploration of each of the five love languages. 2. The ease and challenges of how each type might approach each of the five love languages. 3. Presentations of persons of each type and a narrative of what they think, feel and experience about each of the five love languages.

Renee Siegel has been counseling and coaching individuals and groups for over 35 years. She holds various licenses and certifications in behavioral and physical health modalities. She uses the Enneagram to assist individuals and groups in working to improve relationships, addiction recovery, and wellness. Renee practices in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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One Day Workshop!


September 28, 2019


9:00am – 4:00pm


CrossRoads UMC | 7901 N. Central Avenue | Phoenix, AZ 85020

Only 4 minutes west of Hwy 51 on Northern!


$95 per person which includes lunch and materials.

Young Adult Fee (35 years of age or younger): $66.50

Registration: Click HERE to register.
To apply for a Scholarship, click HERE (Must be received by September 14, 2019)
If you have questions or need assistance:

Contact Sheila at 602-888-1381| or by email

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

Author: Nancy Siner

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