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September 03, 2007

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Deborah Woolley

Very very helpful descrption of what this type of client tends to do in therapy sessions, explanation of etiology and the brainchemistry involved, and suggestions for ways to work with them. (I wondered why this type of client so persistently drags me off into the nonessential work!)

In case anyone's interested in the Enneagram angle on this: This personality type is an Enneagram 9 with a 1 wing; internally, they go to 6 under stress, then establish security by behaving like 3s. Thanks Robin for describing it so well so that I could see the connection between models.

Robin Shapiro

Hi Deborah,
Thanks for posting. For us barely initiated could you explain the personality types that go with the Enneagram numbers.
Robin

Dominic Canterbury

Great post! As someone who has spent a lifetime (inadvertently) cultivating creative techniques to reach new heights of anxiety, I found this very useful.
Thanks.
Dominic

Dominic Canterbury

Great post! As someone who has spent a lifetime (inadvertently) cultivating creative techniques to reach new heights of anxiety, I found this very useful.
Thanks.
Dominic

Robin Shapiro

I'm glad it's helpful!
R.

obsessive compulsive personality disorder

Those who have OCPD may accept their personality characteristics of being unusually detail-oriented and exacting without anxiety and even regard them as beneficial.

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