Hopkins, Minnesota - United States
I work with individuals, couples, teams, and churches to help them experience increased connection, healing, and self-awareness to move forward in their purpose. Personal, Professional, and Spiritual Coaching
Career, Free Consultation, Leadership Development, Marriage, Men, Ministry, Non-Profit, Parenting, Pastoral Leadership, Team Building, and Women
Certified Enneagram Coach: Type 4
More about Leah Everson
As an Enneagram 4, I have spent my life looking for meaning, seeking to be an agent of healing, and creating beauty in the world.
After being called to pastor, I received my Master of Divinity from Denver Seminary where I also took many as many courses as possible in counseling and psychology. I was hired to be the Director of the Scum Study Center at Scum of the Earth Church and I counseled and discipled many members of the congregation. It was after leaving “Scum” that I discovered I am an Enneagram 4 (I use both Type 3 and Type 5 wings).
I have over 10 years of experience facilitating small groups, and counseling individuals and couples and the Enneagram has been one of the most exciting tools for transformation.
My coaching style is Informative, Grace-Filled, and Inspirational. As a coach, I create a safe space for others to find healing and wholeness in their connection with God, themselves, and others. My clients leave their sessions encouraged and with practical tools for engaging with and utilizing their new insights into their Enneagram Type.
I look forward to working with you!
Master of Divinity (Denver Seminary), BA in Biblical Studies, Minor in Communication (Bethel College), Certified Enneagram Coach (YEC), Certified Prepare/Enrich Marriage and Premarital Counseling Facilitator
“Walking through the Enneagram with Leah was such a gift. She is compassionate yet direct. She asks the questions you would never ask yourself, yet, you are grateful she asks them. Through the time I spent with Leah walking through the Enneagram I was able to process a lot about myself and how I relate to people and the world. I now see many things differently and I expect that this is a journey.”
– Stacy S. (Type 9, Stay at Home Mom)
“Working with Leah was an extremely helpful part of my process of discovering Enneagram and learning how my type applied to my life. I knew my number going into our sessions, so we spent time diving deeper into subtypes, wings, and how my type interacted with my husband’s type. I highly recommend using an Enneagram coach to help in the process of self-discovery, and I recommend Leah in particular! She was insightful and gentle, not pushing me along any particular path, but asking good questions to help me discover what makes me tick.”
– Renee H. (Type 3, Marketing Director)
“I found Leah Everson at a time when my faith was in question and I was in need of guidance… I had the pleasure of meeting [Leah] and was fortunate enough to take a course with [Leah]… In this course she helped me understand so many things about Christianity, my self, and my relationship with my in-laws. The course taught us several different ways to connect with God and also included testing to determine in what ways we relate to God and other Christians. These tools [Leah] showed me enabled me to better understand and respect the differences in the ways that my in-laws and myself connect and worship God. Her help strengthened my relationship with God, my in-laws, my husband and myself.”
– Amanda M. (Type 6, PhD)
“I’m so grateful for your [typing session] and the clarity you brought to my identity crisis… I’m not sure if it was clear to you but you helped me have some breakthroughs. I went and read a description of self-preservation 4s and had a good cry. Then woke up feeling much lighter today. Thank you again”
-Note used with permission from Kendra D. (Type 4, Writer)