Season 1, Episode 41: Tom Condon – International Enneagram Trainer & Author

Today’s guest is Tom Condon. Tom has worked with the Enneagram since 1980 and with Ericksonian hypnosis and NLP since 1977. These three models are combined in his trainings to offer a powerful blend of therapeutic tools.

His workshops concentrate on how to see and use the Enneagram dynamically, as a springboard to positive change. Most participants report personal and professional breakthroughs as well as a deeper sense of freedom and choice.

Tom has taught over 800 workshops in the US, Europe and Asia and is the author of 50 books, CD’s and DVD’s on the Enneagram, NLP and Ericksonian methods. He is a certified coach and Practitioner of NLP and director of The Changeworks in Bend, Oregon.

He can be found at and you can sign up for his upcoming workshop in North Carolina here. His book, Enneagram Applications is available on

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One thought on “Season 1, Episode 41: Tom Condon – International Enneagram Trainer & Author

  1. It’s always easy to listen to Tom. His voice is like a comfy blanket. After having gone to several of his workshops, read his books and listened to his CDs, I sometimes find Tom’s words coming out of my mouth. I think I’ve gained tremendous understanding of people and myself via the Enneagram and shared with my family and friends. The world just makes more sense viewed through Ennea-eyes. My favorite of the 20 or so EnneaBooks I have read is Tom’s book on EnneaStyles in movies. I’m on my second dog-eared copy, returning to it repeatedly. Thanks to Tom and the other helpful Enneagram authors, especially Clarence Thomson (hope spelled correctly) who started me on this journey about 25 years ago. Kathleen 7w8, Overland Park, Ks.

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