Enneagram of 9 Personalities


Definition: the Enneagram of 9 Personalities is a personality and coaching model based on the psychology of Freud, Rogers and Maslov. It distinguishes types of personalities. Some aspects of each personality type can be found inside each of us; however there is one dominant type each of us has since birth.
If you have a particular dominant type and stretch it, you will show aspects of 2 other types. For example: If a Helper is in stress, he or she will show negative aspects of the Challenger. The 9 personalities are:
- Reformer
- Helper
- Achiever
- Individualist
- Investigator
- Loyalist
- Enthusiast
- Challenger
- Peacemaker


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