Know Your Parenting Personality: How to Use the Enneagram to Become the Best Parent You Can Be

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Price
$21.00  $19.53
Publisher
Wiley
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Pages
288
Dimensions
6.24 X 9.66 X 0.75 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780471250616
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About the Author

JANET LEVINE, international Enneagram authority and author, has written for publications such as the New York Times Magazine and the Boston Globe. Her previous books include The Enneagram Intelligences: Understanding Personality for Effective Teaching and Learning. Levine is the founder and first president of a professional association of Enneagram teachers.

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Know Your Parenting Personality: How to Use the Enneagram toBecome the Best Parent You Can Be is a powerful new book onparenting by author and educator Janet Levine. In this book Levineapplies The Enneagram, a popular system of personality mapping, toparenting. The book is geared towards book clubs and discussiongroups and includes a discussion guide.

"...An interesting concept, well presented with lotsof practical advice and case studies..." (Junior, July2003)Janet Levine's newest book is to this generation of parents whatHaim Ginott's "Between Parent and Child" was to the '60s and ThomasGordon's "Parent Effectiveness Training" was to the '70s. This bookaddresses people who have the most motivation to bring aboutchange: parents. They will find effective action strategies topromote greater understanding, compassion and self-esteem for bothparent and child. I highly recommend this book to allparents.
--Sammylane Wirth, PH.D Family Therapist, ParentEducator

Janet Levine has written a wonderful book. She has translatedand applied the material on personality typology in a manner whichis cogent, accessible and engaging for both clinicians and parents.This is an extremely valuable resource for everyone who seeks tounderstand parent-child interaction, and will help many individualsbecome more empathic toward themselves and the ones theylove.
--Joseph G. Schaller, Psy.D. Clinical Psychologist;Director, The Postgraduate Center, and Adjunct Assistant Professor, The Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology, WidenerUniversity;Private Practice with Children and Adults

Janet Levine's revolutionary and valuable new book directsreaders to specific action programs to make lasting improvementswithin their family dynamics. It is clearly written, helpful andempowering; a must read for all parents, would-be parents, andprofessionals who work with parents.
--Sarah M. Drennan, Ph.D Licensed ClinicalPsychologist, and psychotherapist in private practice