Facilitated by Dr. John Beebe
October 15-18, 2008
Holiday Inn Rolling Meadows
3405 Algonquin Road
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
Special room rate of $109 for a limited time only.
Breakfast, lunch and refreshments are included with your registration fee.
APTi members – $600
Non-APTi members – $650
Non-APTi members purchasing APT membership – $675
Experience each of your mental functions in their dynamic positions and learn how others experience their mental functions in the different positions. Additionally learn through experience the emotional energy you associate with each dynamic position and how to use this energy to recognize the mental functions others are using when they interact with you.
One half day will be devoted to examining each mental function in the different positions making this an extremely intense workshop attractive to those who are seriously interested in learning to apply type theory in depth. Participants can expect to gain tremendous insight into:
- Each mental function
- Each dynamic position
- How the use of a mental function is influenced by its dynamic position
- The emotional energy experienced with each dynamic position
- Techniques for positively using each mental function and dynamic position
- One’s own type development
This workshop has been approved for the following Continuing Education Units (CEUs):
- APA - 32
- NCBB - 32
- MBTI - 32
Evening of the 14th
7:00-9:00PM Fellowship with attendees
Oct 15 AM
Review of Agenda and Process
Understanding Extraverted Intuition in each of the 8 positions
Oct 15 PM
Understanding Introverted Intuition in each of the 8 positions
Oct 16 AM
Understanding Introverted Thinking in each of the 8 positions
Oct 16 PM
Understanding Extraverted Thinking in each of the 8 positions
Oct 17 AM
Understanding Extraverted Sensing in each of the 8 positions
Oct 17 PM
Understanding Introverted Sensing in each of the 8 positions
Oct 18 AM
Understanding Introverted Feeling in each of the 8 positions
Oct 18 PM
Understanding Extraverted Feeling in each of the 8 positions
Process: Participants will be arranged for each half day session by the position of the mental function for their type code. For example, ENTPs and ENFPs will be together in the morning of the first day as will ISTJs and ISFJs.
Recording: All sessions will be recorded and everyone in attendance will receive a copy of the recording. Registering for this workshop signifies your willingness to be recorded and release that recording to those in attendance. The recordings will not be made available to non-attendees.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT: This is an experiential workshop that needs representation of all types, therefore, we are offering a $60.00 discount to both individuals when a person coregisters with someone having a sensing preference. Enter "Sensingfriend" in the coupon code box and your friend's name in the comment section as you complete your registration
Sponsorship: This workshop is co-sponsored by Type Resources, the Associations of Psychological Type International and the Chicago Chapter of APTi.
The Association for Psychological Type International, founded in 1979, is an international membership organization open to any individual interested in personality type. APTi members come from a variety of backgrounds and professions including business and industry, organization development, religion, education, psychotherapy and counseling. Members seek to extend the development, research, applications and ethical use of type theory.
APTi provides opportunities for sharing type information through publications, international and regional conferences, local chapter meetings, and various training programs. Click here for other member benefits.
John Beebe, M.D. (ENTP), is a psychiatrist and former president of the C.G. Jung Institute. He was the first American co-editor of the London-based Journal of Analytical Psychology and is the author of Integrity in Depth. His eight-function model assigns archetypal energy to each of the Jungian functions which enables individuals to recognize and begin to develop their non-preferred functions.