Enneagram Dynamics™

Experience 9 life strategies to fully Discover yourself,
develop the skills to truly Thrive,
and Awaken to a greater consciousness.

This is only open to members of Deepening Presence® and Awakening 101

No Charge

Date & Time:
Cleveland:  June 10th.  8:30am-12:30pm
Pennyslvania: June 11th 8:30- 12:30pm

Facilitated by:
Doug Moore, Ph.D & Jane Eckert, Ph.D.

Held at:
Cleveland Center for Conscious Living
6611 Rockside Rd., Suite 215
Independence, OH  44131


Office of Maggie DeVolld, D.C.
416 N Market St
Selinsgrove, PA 17870

For $15, 4 CEUs provided for Ohio Psychologists and Social Workers

In NEO, please email Doug or Jane if you plan to attend.
In PA, please mail Maggie DeVolld, D.C.

Enneagram Dynamics™ is being developed by Doug Moore, Ph.D. & Jane Eckert, Ph.D.  Many thanks goes to Don Riso and Russ Hudson of the Enneagram Institute as well as Helen Palmer and David Daniels of the Narrative Traditions.  Their concepts are inextricably woven throughout Enneagram Dynamics™.   Much appreciation goes to A.H. Almaas and Sandra Maitri for their work with the Diamond Approach.  Doug and Jane have studied the Diamond Approach for many years and have been greatly influenced by the teachings.  All “new approaches” are really derived from all those before us who have been pioneers expressing the field of greater consciousness.



Douglas J. Moore, Ph.D. is a psychologist, life-coach, and spiritual director in Independence, Ohio. His practice integrates traditional treatment with alternative and complementary approaches such as meditation, mindfulness, enneagram, energy psychology, energy medicine, EFT, AIT, and EMDR. Doug's holistic approach is applicable for people healing from trauma, anxiety and depression as well as those wanting to transform their personal, professional, and spiritual development. He works with adults, couples and organizations in Northeast Ohio including communities such as Cleveland Hts., Pepper Pike, Brecksville, Strongsville, Medina, Lakewood, Rocky River and other locations such as Toledo, Columbus, Pittsburgh and Akron.