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The Value of the Enneagram in Congregational Spaces

Enneagram writer, teacher and coach Leanette Pokuwaah joins Ben and Matt to talk about how the enneagram can be used well in congregational contexts. She also discusses the importance of keeping space for trauma and racial identity in conversations about the enneagram.


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The Childhood Wounds of Every Enneagram Type
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Guest Contributor

Leanette Pokuwaah

Leanette Pokuwaah is a writer, teacher, and coach. As a first-generation Ghanaian woman, she creates and teaches Enneagram content that centers the stories and voices of people of color and others that are traditionally placed at the margins.

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