The Practical Enneagram

Overview of Object Relations, with Belinda Gore

May 25, 2021 Rezzan Huseyin Season 1 Episode 11
The Practical Enneagram
Overview of Object Relations, with Belinda Gore
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The Practical Enneagram
Overview of Object Relations, with Belinda Gore
May 25, 2021 Season 1 Episode 11
Rezzan Huseyin

Interview with Enneagram teacher, psychologist, author, artist, and poet, Belinda Gore Ph.D. Belinda has been an important teaching presence in my life for the past 12 months or so.  In this conversation, we speak about what object relations is and highlight a couple of key ways of working with object relations patterns. 

  • What Belinda does in life [1.45]
  • What is object relations and where did it come from? [4.30]
  • Who paired object relations theory with the Enneagram [6.03]
  • Divergences in how object relations is taught [7.36]
  • What does object relations add to the picture (why can't we just use the Enneagram to understand relational triggers)? [11.05] 
  • What is 'repeating questions' from Diamond Approach? [13.40]
  • 5 adjectives technique [20.20]
  • The whole point of the object relations exploration [21.42] 
  • Belinda's object relations book [23.12]
  • How Belinda feels about threeness [28.53]
  • How Belinda sees subtypes [33.14]

Resources/ references

Object relations patterns:
Attachment types:  Nines, threes, sixes
Rejection types: Eights, twos, fives
Frustration types: Ones, fours, sevens

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Show Notes

Interview with Enneagram teacher, psychologist, author, artist, and poet, Belinda Gore Ph.D. Belinda has been an important teaching presence in my life for the past 12 months or so.  In this conversation, we speak about what object relations is and highlight a couple of key ways of working with object relations patterns. 

  • What Belinda does in life [1.45]
  • What is object relations and where did it come from? [4.30]
  • Who paired object relations theory with the Enneagram [6.03]
  • Divergences in how object relations is taught [7.36]
  • What does object relations add to the picture (why can't we just use the Enneagram to understand relational triggers)? [11.05] 
  • What is 'repeating questions' from Diamond Approach? [13.40]
  • 5 adjectives technique [20.20]
  • The whole point of the object relations exploration [21.42] 
  • Belinda's object relations book [23.12]
  • How Belinda feels about threeness [28.53]
  • How Belinda sees subtypes [33.14]

Resources/ references

Object relations patterns:
Attachment types:  Nines, threes, sixes
Rejection types: Eights, twos, fives
Frustration types: Ones, fours, sevens

***

Stay connected to the Practical Enneagram:
Website
Instagram
Twitter 

Email me: [email protected]