“Jung encouraged his patients, as he encouraged Western civilization, to a wider sense of the whole range of archetypal perspectives, so that we can see how any attitude is but one of many, with a history and fate of its own.” -- John Beebe, Integrity in Depth

Using the MBTI® Step III

Using the MBTI® STEP III

Measuring Life and Work Effectiveness

 Presented by:

Sondra VanSant

clinical mental health and career counselor, and

CAPT faculty for certification in the use of the MBTI Step III

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

6 pm – Dinner & Networking, 6:45 – Program

American Underground Classroom

American Tobacco Campus

Cost: $15.00 per person (member rate)


Cost: $20.00 per person for non-members


Members may bring guests at the membership rate

(Bring a dish to share, beverages and workshop materials provided.)

Special opportunity

This is a rare opportunity for counselors and non-counselors alike, to learn more about MBTI® STEP III from an expert trainer/counselor/author.  Learn what it can do for you, and when it might be the right step for your client.

 

What makes it STEP III different?

The new Step III actually measures a client’s type development in four areas of life and work addressing specific behaviors and attitudes. The unfinished work of Isabel Myers archived at the University of Florida was accessed, and resources were provided for the seven-year effort to bring her work to light.  The effort incorporated new research, validation, and items to produce an individualized report, released last year as Step III of the MBTI, a version that does not require clients to understand or know their type.

 

Program:

This program (using lecture, brief exercises and time for discussion) will explore Myers’ concepts of type development as they relate to helping clients live and work more effectively and introduce the Step III.

Goals for this program:

  • Deepen participants understanding of type development in Jung/Myers’ view of healthy personality
  • Explore the impact of work and life decisions on effective and ineffective type development
  • Introduce the MBTI Step III and examples of its use.

 

Presenter:

Sondra VanSant, LPC, CCMHC (ret), NCCC (ret) worked as a clinical mental health and career counselor in Chapel Hill for over 20 years working with individuals, couples, families with teens and young adults, and work teams. She served on a qualifying faculty for the MBTI for 15 years, served on the Board of Directors for APTi, and currently is on the CAPT faculty for certification in the use of the MBTI Step III and for workshops related to type and counseling. She is author of Wired for Conflict: the role of personality in resolving differences, co-author of Great Minds Don’t Think Alike for educators and educational administrators, and author of online reports published by CAPT on type and conflict management. She was honored with the Roy Anderson Award by NCCDA in 2009.

 

NEW MEETING LOCATION  -  Directions to American Underground meeting room

Watch for posted APT ribbons marking the path to the meeting room.  On foot, exit the South Parking Garage in the NE corner via the steps or the elevator, Level C.  The meeting is in the Strickland Building on the other side of the water feature (take the brick stairway or follow the ramp in front of Tyler’s Tap Room to the bridge over the water feature).  We have been asked to use the farthest entrance, adjacent to the giant water tower and next to the Cuban Revolution restaurant.  Once you enter the Strickland Building, on the left there is a staircase to the lower level marked American Underground, take the stairway or the elevator straight ahead.  There is a security desk in the lobby if you require assistance.  On the lower level pass the glass conference room and continue past the computer offices to the middle of the hallway.  On the left you will see a break room and on the right will be Classroom 1, our destination.  The area is heavily patrolled and quite safe, particularly on game nights.  Accessibility without stairs:  elevators and ramps are readily available from the parking garage to the meeting room.

Link to Printable American Tobacco Campus Map
http://www.americantobaccocampus.com/presentation/v1/pdf/AT_Parking_Map_2012_w_AU_Ford_Kia.pdf

 

CAUTION: NEW PARKING DECK
Driving Directions to American Tobacco South Parking Garage – No Parking Pass Needed This Time!

The Durham Bulls are out of town, and our program starts two hours before the DPAC show so we do not require parking passes and parking in South Deck is always FREE.

From I-85 (US 70):
Exit Downtown Durham (Mangum Street). Continue on Mangum through downtown, 2 miles. Follow parking signs to ballpark. The South Deck is just past the Stadium on the corner of Willard/Jackie Robinson and Carr Streets.

From I-40:
Take I-40 West to the Durham Freeway-147 (Exit 279B) to the Mangum/Roxboro Street Exit (Exit 12B). Keep straight up the hill for about 2 blocks (Willard St./Jackie Robinson) Ballpark Stadium is on the right. South Parking Deck just past Stadium on right. Corner of Willard/Jackie Robinson and Carr.

From 15-501 North Bypass:
Exit Durham Freeway South-147. Exit Mangum/Roxboro Street (12). Cross Mangum Street. Go Left on Roxboro. Follow signs for Durham Freeway North (stay to right). Cross Mangum Street again. Ballpark is on the right. You will see the South Parking Deck on the corner of Willard/Jackie Robinson and Carr Streets.

From I-540:
Take I-540 south to the I-40 exit. Take I-40 West until you reach the Durham Freeway-147 (Exit 279B) to the Mangum/Roxboro Street Exit (Exit 12B). Keep straight up the hill for about 2 blocks (Willard St./Jackie Robinson) Ballpark Stadium is on the right and just past the Stadium is the South Parking Deck on the corner of Willard/Jackie Robinson and Carr Streets.

 

 

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