'Paula' is an ENFP, but is typed by Wyman as an Enneagram 'One', which we have characterized as a strong 'J' type that statistically appears to have a greater concentration of ISTJs (the exact opposite of the ENFP) than any other Enneagram type. 'Korey' is an ESFP, but is typed by Wyman as an Enneagram Eight (to Michael Huber's consternation, I might add). Indeed, Wyman herself, an INFJ, self-identifies as an Enneagram 'Three' (which, according to Pat and I, is best characterized by the ESTP - the diametrical opposite of the INFJ!).
Wyman seems not to be unaware of the fact that these cases, including her own, appear to express a conflict of some sort. About her client, 'Paula', Wyman says:
The qualities of an ENFP are rather different from that of the Enneagram One. The ENFP is a free spirit, creative, spontaneous, insightful, disorganized, dramatic, fun-loving, imaginative, non-conforming and definitely not neat. Paula recognized that part of herself almost like someone from her distant past. The ENFP certainly had not been fully present in her life for as long as she could remember. The qualities of the One and the ENFP were at war with each other within her with the One winning hands down.