November 3, 2013
Filed Under Keep Tahoe Strong
Join Ray Goodenough for an amazing five hours getting to know yourself.
Ray, also known as the Tahoe Therapist, is holding a free Introduction to the Enneagram Workshop on Saturday, November 16, 2013 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at The Center for Higher Learning in South Lake Tahoe.
Learn about the road map to the ego structure. Who you are. Who you are not! More importantly, how to surrender.
The Enneagram teaches us how to come home to one’s real self, that the ego behavior and strategy employed is, in reality, a false identity we mistakenly believe is who we are.
The expression “I wish I knew who I was” breathes within all of us, and the Enneagram reveals the vast difference between “what I do” and “who I am.” The possibility is to transcend the ego and open the mind to its potential, and to be present in life from the center of the soul. The teaching provides the way to freedom and the way out of an eg- driven existence. Ray Goodenough
Only a limited seats are available, so please call Ray right away at (530) 545-0809. The workshop will take place at The Center for Higher Learning at 2048 Dunlap Drive, Suite 10, in South Lake Tahoe.
Learn more about Ray and what life changing services he offers at www.tahoetherapist.com.
More About Ray:
Ray Goodenough is a long time recovered alcoholic and operates his office known as The Center for Higher Learning out of South Lake Tahoe, CA.
In 1973, he was the director of three Alcoholism Service centers known as “Sierra Council on Alcoholism” with three locations in South Lake Tahoe, Woodfords, CA and Bridgeport, CA. What was once known as The South Lake Tahoe Council is now known as Sierra Recovery Center. Ray was also the co-founder of Tahoe Turning point, a group home for adjudicated youth, and has been working with both adolescents and adults for nearly 30 years.
Ray is a Certified Clinical Hynotherapist, a licensed Neuro Linguistic Programmer, a Certified Trainer of the Enneagram, a ten year student of Transactional Analysis, and trained with several renown teachers at Esalen Institute.
His resume includes instruction Foster Parent, Group Home Staff, Alcohol and Drug, the Enneagram, and Personal Growth classes as an Adjunct Faculty in the California Junior College System as well as teaching intern Psychiatrists in the art of Hypnotherapy at Napa State Hospital.
At the Tahoe Turning Point. Ray worked as an Associate Director, Staff Trainer, and Social worker for 27 years. Everything from house parent, intake interviewer, transportation provider, outdoor activity staff, wood-shop teacher & handyman consumed the years.