The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a tool that helps determine a mind's superior and inferior thought functions. Some know the MBTI as a standard for personality typology. Knowing one's own strengths and weaknesses is often the beginning of enabling growth among relationships of different kinds.
This meetup is for anyone interested in Jungian personality typology who wants to explore how and why his or her type gets along with some people but not others.
Mainly, the plan is to simply meet with this common interest in public locations. We may also enjoy other events together such as hiking or dining. Now and then seminars or workshops will be scheduled to provide an arena for personal and experiential growth.
Join us for the our Virtual Type Talk (usually the third Saturday of most months).
We'll start with any comments and discussion about the previous BAAPT program, when Elizabeth Murphy presented Lifelong Friendship Forming: Integrating the Conscious with the Unconscious Psyche Across Developmental Ages and then open up for any thoughts people have.
This webinar is free to BAAPT members, SFMBTI and BAAPT Meet-up Groups, as well as guests and new interested people.