Courses & Retreats
The Paradox Of This Work Is That It Is Intimate & Personal, But Is Always Best Done In Community With Others
My dream is to create a community of people who are committed to waking up from the trance they’ve been in. A global awakening will take time but it only takes one person to set it in motion.
Why not you?
In addition to a regular offering of workshops, courses, & open office hours, I am available for private group coaching or workshops with you or with your group (family, book group, Facebook group, or anyone else!).
I’ll partner with you to understand your goals and design an experience that meets the needs and interests of your group.
All courses and groups are kept small to allow for personal attention.
Signature Courses include:
Remember Who You Are:
an Enneagram-informed group for women
featuring the work of Martha Beck
September 2022 - December 2022
This program is a deep-dive into The Way of Integrity by Martha Beck. A small cohort of women seeking their own truth will join you on the journey. At the end of this 4 month program, you will understand why and how you abandon yourself and what it means to “catch yourself in the act.” When you live from a place of integrity, alignment, value, truth – call it what you may – everything gets better.
You will find those parts of you that you have forgotten – or intentionally cast them aside – as we all journey back towards wholeness.
You need not know the Enneagram; we’ll do some bonus calls and teaching if called for.
The only requirement is a willingness to show up and tell the truth.
Introduction to the Enneagram
4-Week Group Program
This introductory program provides a solid foundational knowledge of the Enneagram. At the end of 4 weeks, you will understand how to use the Enneagram as a framework for self-knowledge and will discover which direction to take your continued Enneagram learning – because there are many!
Byron Katie is a pioneer in the art of self-inquiry. Using Katie’s methods, Christina will facilitate a process to help you question the very thoughts and beliefs that are at the root of your suffering.
Use this time with a skilled coach to loosen your grip on the thoughts and beliefs that you might not even know are keeping you from moving forward, and cultivate an awareness and habits that will serve you long after the course.
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Me, Myself, and How I Get things Done (or Don’t!) – Using the Harrison Assessment for Personal Growth
The Harrison Assessment is an analytical tool to look at any number of topics to explore how you think about things, how you get things done, and how you relate with others. It provides insight about your strengths, what happens when those strengths are on overdrive (hint: they are no longer strengths!), and what areas need development to get the results you want.
The Harrison, while designed to be used for career exploration, development, team dynamics, emotional intelligence, and to assess leadership competencies, it can be used for so much more. We can use it to explore a young person’s preferences for college and focus of study, or with family members to explore how they relate to one another in the home.
Remember Who You Are: Taking the Enneagram from the Magical to the Practical
This is for the person who understands that all roads lead back to you.
We’ll take what we’ve learned in The Wisdom of the Enneagram by Don Riso and Russ Hudson and join it with other teachings and coaching to move from learning about the Enneagram to immersing yourself into an experience with the Enneagram.
While this course is for anyone wanting to deepen their self-understanding, the material is best suited for those who have an understanding of the Enneagram either through coursework, inner work, or by having read The Wisdom of the Enneagram by Don Riso and Russ Hudson.
If you aren’t sure, schedule a complimentary call with me and we’ll make sure we find the best fit for you.
Signature Retreats include:
Other programs include facilitated book groups, couples’ nights, and short-term groups for teens and parents to look at the myriad topics that create family struggle.