Rev. Dr. George Gordon is a certified Enneagram Teacher in the Narrative Tradition (Helen Palmer and David Daniels-founders) and a professional member of the International Enneagram Association. He has been teaching the Enneagram since 2001 in a variety of settings (seminaries, churches, workshops for social workers-marriage and family therapists-clergy-seminarians-lay people plus one business). He is also a member of the local KC Mystic Misfits and has been a centering prayer practitioner since 2006.
To break up longer workshops, George enjoys engaging students in Yoga and Qi Gong.
Since 2017, Rev. Dr. George has served as an Adjunct Resource Leader during Rev. Nhien’s basic and advanced Enneagram classes as well as during Spiritual Transformation Groups (Contemplative Practices and the Enneagram, or CPE groups).
In addition, George is most willing and interested in doing private typing interviews with individual participants pre or post workshops to assist them in discovering their type.
You can find the following articles written by George published in The Enneagram Monthly:
- “The Typing Interview Revisited,” June/July 2019
- “The Panel Method,” The Enneagram Monthly, August 2019
- BA Math and Philosophy University of Missouri (Columbia) 1965
- M. Div. General Pastoral Studies Brite Div. School, Ft. Worth, TX 1968
- Th. D. Pastoral Care and the Psychology of Religion Iliff School of Theology, Denver, CO 1980
George is married to Suzanne Allen Gordon (a retired French teacher of 20 years from Shawnee Mission School District). Together they have three sons; Trent, Matthew, and Colby.
Professional and Enneagram Memberships:
- Clinical Member, American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Since 1976 (25,000+ hours of individual, marriage and family therapy)
- Certified Teacher, Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition-Since 2002
- Retired from: American Association of Pastoral Counselors, Association for Clinical Pastoral Care
- International Enneagram Association-Professional Member
- Enneagram Association in the Narrative Tradition-Certified Teacher