Join us for an experiential integrative Enneagram retreat— Invitation to Wholeness. This Enneagram retreat is designed to:
- Provide a path for growth and spiritual transformation and teach integrative practices to help participants live into their full potential in daily life;
- Help us to see our blind spots and potentially destructive behaviors; and
- Give participants insight into other people, which fosters compassion and creates the potential for better relationships.
Date & Time | Friday, October 22 from 5:30-8:30 pm and Saturday, October 23 from 8:30-3:00 pm
Place | Center Grove Church Community Room
*Space is limited to 30 for this retreat.
*Please register only if you intend to attend both Friday and Saturday sessions.
*This retreat is appropriate for those who are new to the Enneagram as well as those with previous knowledge and experience.
How do I register?
To register for this free retreat, please click HERE
What should I do to prepare?
In preparation for the retreat, we recommend that participants take an assessment to assist in finding their type. Click HERE
to access a FREE online assessment.
Meet Your Facilitators
Amy was first trained in the Enneagram in 2006 during a 2-year spiritual direction internship; she is certified as an iEnneagram Practitioner through the International Enneagram Association and is also a certified Enneagram Coach. She continues to pursue advanced training from experts who teach a variety of perspectives on the Enneagram. Currently, she is immersed in a year-long Enneagram course with world-renowned Enneagram teacher, Russ Hudson. Although not currently practicing, Amy is an experienced attorney, domestic relations mediator, and restorative practices facilitator.
Since January 2018, Amy has served as Associate Pastor at Center Grove Church where she focuses on leadership development, spiritual formation, and preaching. She also provides spiritual development, Enneagram, and professional life coaching and workshops through McCabe Coaching, LLC. Additionally, Amy works with churches and other organizations to provide training in the art of communication as well as healthy approaches to conflict.
Amy holds a Master of Divinity degree from Western Theological Seminary (2014) and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Valparaiso University School of Law (1993).
In her personal time she enjoys travel, photography, playing the piano, and cycling. Amy calls the Indianapolis area home along with her husband, two
adult children, and Bode the Cat.
Dawn Richa was first introduced to the enneagram more than 10 years ago by her sister, Amy McCabe. Over time, what began as an interest in learning more about themselves, others, and God developed into a deep desire to teach others about the promise of the Enneagram as a tool for transformation and spiritual growth. Dawn is a certified Enneagram Coach and iEnneagram practitioner and has also completed coursework in the Narrative Enneagram Tradition. She has continued her Enneagram education through personal study and several Enneagram Institute Certified Workshops.
Dawn is also a practicing Licensed Clinical Social Worker and the founder of Encompass Ministries, an organization that is committed to providing simple, accessible resources for individuals and small groups wishing to nurture relationships and live in step with God’s will for their lives. Dawn regularly incorporates Christian Spiritual practices and the Enneagram into her counseling, coaching and group work to help her clients recognize and claim pathways to spiritual and personal transformation.
Dawn holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Purdue University, and a Master’s degree in Social work from the University of Missouri. She also holds a Graduate Certificate in Counseling and Spirituality from Richmont Graduate University.
Dawn enjoys reading, hiking and traveling with her family. She lives in the Atlanta area with her husband and two young adult children.
Alli discovered the Enneagram back in 2015 and has been an advocate of the tool ever since! She brings 7 years of experience in business management and coordination, with the last 2 years in strategic facilitation of process improvement.
Her passion is for serving and building communities holistically through her natural inquisitiveness, love of collaboration, and constant perspective shifting. She has experienced this during her year of missions in South America, and currently in the urban context of her neighborhood on the Near Eastside of Indianapolis.
Alli is always seeking to build sustainable partnerships and connect people with the resources that will best benefit the needs of the community.