“Everyone carries a shadow, and the less it is embodied in the individual's conscious life, the blacker and denser it is.” -- Carl Jung, Psychology and Religion

Posts with the tag 'temperament'

Exercising Basic Temperament

Exercising Basic Temperament

Presented by

Stephanie Rogers

Thursday, February 25, 2016
6:00 to 6:45 pm Potluck and Networking
(Bring a dish to share; Beverages provided)
6:45 to 9:00 pm Program

New Location: Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Cost: $10.00 for members; $25.00 for non-members. Members may bring a guest at member rate. Register Below

Sometimes we missed it the first time, sometimes it just helps to hear it again. Through the use of specially designed exercises, Stephanie Rogers will present an overview of the elements Temperament. This is a great session for anyone hoping to learn more about Temperament or to refresh what you already know.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAStephanie Rogers, ENFJ, is the President of our chapter. She started her consulting practice, PurposePoints, in 1996 to serve individuals seeking to reframe issues of identity in order to more effectively integrate identity, purpose, and potential into the many aspects of their daily lives. Stephanie also applies her expertise in support of exasperated parents and harried educators, and she has always maintained a special research interest in the Artisan (SP) temperament. Stephanie began her work in temperament and type over twenty years ago and has served as an associate with Temperament Research Institute and as faculty for the Type Resources MBTI Qualifying Program. In addition to her previous experience as APTi Board Member ’93-’95, Stephanie has served the type and temperament professional community in three APT chapters: Orange County, CA, Indiana Chapter, and now APT/RTP.

 

 

 

 


Exercising Basic Temperament



February 11th, 2016

Mastering Money With Your Dominant Function

Mastering Money With Your Dominant Function

Presented by Ray Linder

(This program has been approved for 2.5 CEU’s for MBTI, APA, and NBCC)

Money can buy happiness, but only if it used in ways consistent with our personality type because it is psychological, and not material, satisfaction that we desire. Are you allowing your personality type to orient you towards psychologically satisfying financial decisions? If you are going to be able to manage your money with less stress and more success – and perhaps, less conflict with others – you must have an awareness of your money personality – your preferred patterns of financial behavior.
A key type-related influence on your financial actions is your dominant function. In terms of your own approach to money, many of the differences and likely conflicts you experience with other people can be explained by your dominant personality function.
Understanding how your dominant function influences your financial behavior will provide you with insights into your money personality, including:

  • In what ways money matters to your personality type
  • How type influences the way you make financial decisions
  • How your type affects your views of financial risk

About Ray Linder

Ray Linder HeadshotWith proven personal coaching, leadership development, and team building programs and services that help people be themselves with more skill, Ray Linder has worked with over 10,000 individuals across a range of both large and small companies, government and municipal agencies, non-profits and the military.
Ray’s work is internationally recognized and he has conducted hundreds of custom-designed team building and leadership development workshops for clients that include Fortune 100 companies, the U.S. Army and Air Force, government agencies such as the Office of Personnel Management and the Department of Health and Human Services, the District of Columbia, and major universities.

Ray has a B.A. in Economics and an MBA in Finance and Economics from Binghamton University. He is author of three books, including What Will I Do With My Money: How Your Personality Affects Your Financial Behavior, and his many media appearances include a feature story on CNBC, USA Today, the Washington Post, the Boston Herald, Leadership, and The Bulletin of Psychological Type. Ray is associated with several world-class organizational and leadership development firms, is an adjunct faculty member at the Federal Executive Institute, and served on the board of the Association of Psychological Type International. Prior to his current work, Ray’s business experience includes corporate and investment finance, fundraising and development, and private school administration.

Ray, his wife Christine, and children Diandra and Cassandra, live in Sterling, Virginia.

Bring your own bag dinner.  Beverages and desert will be provided.

Meeting Location: Binkley Baptist Church, 1712 Willow Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514  www.binkleychurch.org

Directions: www.binkleychurch.org/about/directions

Date: Thursday, August 22, 2013

Time: 6:00pm to 9:00 pm 

           6:00 pm Dinner and Networking

           6:45 pm Program


Mastering Money With Your Dominant Function



July 8th, 2013

Death of the Artisan: Crib to Grave Marginalization of the Artisan Temperament in American Society

Death of the Artisan:  Crib to Grave Marginalization of the Artisan Temperament in American Society

A thought-provoking exploration of the ways American Society simultaneously exhaults, exploits, and marginalizes Artisans (those having both Sensing and Perceiving preferences–SP) throughout their lifespan.  Social expectations, ideals, and taboos create institutional barriers and pathways that have significant impact on Artisan individuals, and society as a whole.  We will consider the Artisan in the context of several social constructions: education, behavior modification, delinquency, addiction/rehabilitation, higher education, employment, entertainment, insurance/benefits, justice/penal, wellness/aging, and even the Association for Psychological Type.  What ways are you unwittingly marginalizing Artisans?  How can you become an Artisan advocate?

 

Presenter:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAStephanie Rogers, ENFJ, started her consulting practice, PurposePoints, in 1996 to serve individuals seeking to reframe issues of identity in order to more effectively integrate identity, purpose, and potential into the many aspects of their daily lives. Stephanie also applies her expertise in support of exasperated parents and harried educators, and she has always maintained a special research interest in the Artisan (SP) temperament. Stephanie began her work in temperament and type over twenty years ago and has served as an associate with Temperament Research Institute and as faculty for the Type Resources MBTI Qualifying Program. In addition to her previous experience as APTi Board Member ’93-’95, Stephanie has served the type and temperament professional community in three APT chapters: Orange County, CA, Indiana Chapter, and now APT/RTP.

 

New Location: Binkley Baptist Church, 1712 Willow Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514  www.binkleychurch.org

Directions: www.binkleychurch.org/about/directions

Date: Thursday, February 21, 2013

Time: 6:00pm to 9:00 pm 

           6:00 pm Gather and Network

           6:45 pm Program 


Please Choose


Members $20.00 USD/Guests $25.00 USD

Members may bring guests at the membership rate

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

 

January 12th, 2013

The Therapist’s Journey to Hogwarts, Oz and Wonderland

The Therapist’s Journey to Hogwarts, Oz and Wonderland

Presented by:

Gary Williams

Licensed Professional Counselor(LPC)

APTi Psychotherapy and Counseling Interest Area Coordinator

Chair of the Alabama Board of Examiners in Counseling

Friday, August 10, 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

All the way from Alabama!  We are so pleased that our guest presenter offered to make our chapter meeting part of his business trip to NC.  This ENTP is eager to share his unique approach, expertise, and his love of type.

Program:

The Hero’s Journey is the template upon which all of the world’s great stories, movies, and myths are based. Participants will learn how to utilize the elements of the Hero’s Journey and an overlay template, The Client’s Journey which is a far more therapeutic lens, to motivate, inspire, and facilitate change for their clients and themselves. Using these stories and the lens of Jungian personality type as a framework, the session will conclude with an opportunity for participants to apply the Hero’s Journey metaphor to their own lives and professional practice.  This program is for therapists, life coaches, school counselors, HR professionals and anyone interested in facilitating growth, positive change, and understanding the universal challenges we ALL encounter in our Journeys. This workshop, with real-life stories, lively visuals from famous movies, and group exercises, makes theory come alive!

Goals for this program:

  • Recognize the stages of the Hero’s Journey and relate them to their own lives
  • Understand and utilize the “mirrored” stages of the “Client’s Journey” which is a similar, but a more therapeutic overlay.
  • Teach the Hero’s Journey to clients quickly and effectively
  • Utilize interventions, that I will supply and teach to move clients from the metaphorical concept to real life application
  • Apply the Hero’s Journey to facilitate their own and their clients’ growth
  • Appreciate the relationship between the Hero’s Journey, Individuation and Personality Type Development

Presenter:

Gary is a Licensed Professional Counselor(LPC) and is the sole proprietor of Counseling & Consulting Professionals, a private counseling and consulting practice in Birmingham, Alabama.  He offers clinical counseling for individuals, couples and families, and delivers team building, leadership development, training, and employee retention services for organizations. Gary currently serves as the APTi Psychotherapy and Counseling Interest Area Coordinator and he is Chair of the Alabama Board of Examiners in Counseling. He is Past-President of the Alabama Mental Health Counselor Association and Past-President of the Alabama chapter of APTi.  He is a Licensed Supervising Counselor, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, National Certified Counselor and MBTI® Master Practitioner. Gary completed his MA in Rehabilitation Counseling in 1997 and his Ed.S. in Agency Counseling in 2001, both at the University of Alabama-Birmingham. Gary was honored as the 2009 Mental Health Counselor of the Year by the American Mental Health Counselor’s Association.

 

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.

 

 

July 27th, 2012

The Magic of Carl Jung

The Magic of Carl Jung

The Red Book, Part III

Presented by:

Karen Ridout

and

Walter Smith

Master Practitioners of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

6:00pm to 9:00 pm

6 p.m. – Dinner & Networking, 6:45 p.m. – Program

Diamond View Room

DurhamBulls Athletic Park

Directions given at registration

Cost: $15.00 per person (member rate)
Cost: $20.00 per person for non-members

Members may bring guests at the membership rate.

(Bring your favorite main or side dish to share. Salad, dessert, beverages and workshop materials provided.)

Harry Houdini, David Copperfield—magicians who amaze us by escaping from underwater tombs and making buildings disappear—but what is magic?

In this third presentation on “The Red Book” we will explore the magic of Carl Jung. Jung meets his various personalities in Liber Secundus (the second part of the Red Book), who help him to understand who he is and what he must confront in his quest to be an authentic human being. In chapter twenty-one, “The Magician,” Jung searches for a magician who will show him the way. He knows himself but how is he to move forward with this knowledge? What is the magic that will steer the wagon of his life?

 

April 29th, 2012

The Many Personalities of Carl Jung

The Many Personalities of Carl Jung

The Red Book, Part II

Presented by:

Karen Ridout

and

Walter Smith

Master Practitioners of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

6:00pm to 9:00 pm

6 p.m. – Dinner & Networking, 6:45 p.m. – Program

American Underground Room

Durham Bulls Athletic Park

Directions given at registration

Cost: $15.00 per person (member rate)




Cost: $20.00 per person for non-members




(Members may bring guests at the membership rate.)

(Bring your favorite main or side dish to share. Salad, dessert, beverages and workshop materials provided.)

When Carl Jung started writing The Red Book in 1913, he was deeply depressed. His relationship with Freud had ended acrimoniously, he questioned the value of his work, and he thought he was having a psychological breakdown. The book is an account of his self-psychoanalysis. In this workshop, we will explore the second part of The Red Book, Liber Secundus, in which Jung encounters and carries on a conversation with the various parts of himself. We will meet the Red Man, the Lowly, the Castle, the Anchorite, and others as we come to a deeper understanding of how the various and opposite parts of his personality helped Jung to become a major force in the psychoanalytic movement.

March 18th, 2012

Porch Party Potluck

Porch Party Potluck

Hear the latest in Type thinking from those who attended the

APT International Conference in San Francisco

Tuesday, September 20, 2011
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

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

Diamond View Room

512 Mangum St. (Adjacent to the Durham Bulls Athletic Park)

Members may bring guests at the membership rate

(Bring your favorite main or side dish to share. Salad,

dessert, beverages, and workshop materials provided.)

Cost: $15.00 per person (member rate)

Cost: $20.00 per person for non-members

Topics:

  • Why Type Matters—are there liberal and conservative types?
  • Brain Patterns and Type
  • Type and Handwriting
  • Health and Wellness
  • Learning from Extraverted and Introverted Sensors
  • Type and Culture
  • Teaching in an ISTJ Culture

Presenters:

  • Mary Charles Blakebrough
  • Carol Shumate
  • Carol Linden
  • Ann Loomis
  • Jenny Soper
  • Walter Smith

 

August 28th, 2011


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