Houston APT December 2017 Program–cancelled

We will not have a program in December.  Stay tuned for January 2018 program announcement and mark your calendar for Saturday, January 20. Happy holidays!

 

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Houston APT November Program 

Introduction to Psychological Types Using Numbers
Making MBTI Obsolete

Saturday, November 18, 2017
Bilingual Education Institute
6060 Richmond Avenue

9:00—9:30: Registration (

guest fee $5)
& Continental Breakfast
9:30—12:30: Program

BYOL at nearby restaurant

(Buy Your Own Lunch)

About the Program

Come and explore an easy and powerful way of understanding the eight psychological functions using numbers instead of function attitudes.  There is an unbelievable relationships between numbers, science, and types. In numbers we see an eternal flux among consciousness and unconsciousness. Let the 16 types come alive as we rediscover ancient wisdom which reconnect us with whom we are.

About the Facilitator

Richard Rosenthal is an entrepreneur currently researching the eight functions and their impact and relationships in teaching and learning.

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Houston APT November Program 

Introduction to Psychological Types Using Numbers
Making MBTI Obsolete

Saturday, November 18, 2017
Bilingual Education Institute
6060 Richmond Avenue

9:00—9:30: Registration (guest fee $5)
& Continental Breakfast
9:30—12:30: Program

BYOL at nearby restaurant

(Buy Your Own Lunch)

About the Program

Come and explore an easy and powerful way of understanding the eight psychological functions using numbers instead of function attitudes.  There is an unbelievable relationships between numbers, science, and types. In numbers we see an eternal flux among consciousness and unconsciousness. Let the 16 types come alive as we rediscover ancient wisdom which reconnect us with whom we are.

About the Facilitator

Richard Rosenthal is an entrepreneur currently researching the eight functions and their impact and relationships in teaching and learning.

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Spotting and Influencing Judgers vs. Perceivers–free webinar from TypeCoach, November 15, 2017

 

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Spotting and Influencing Judgers vs. Perceivers:
How to Bridge the Gap with Colleagues, Clients and Family

After training more than 90,000 people in how to communicate with different personality types, we have found that the dynamic that tends to cause the most day-to-day headaches (as well as many good laughs) is how differently Judgers and Perceivers like to approach time.

You’ll walk away with two new skills that are only applicable in virtually every interaction with everyone you know:

  • the ability to quickly identify a Perceiver vs. a Judger based on clues in their behavior, speech, demeanor, etc
  • the ability to make easy adjustments in your approach to get the best response from Judgers vs. Perceivers to your ideas, feedback, instructions, sales pitch, etc

The webinar includes complimentary access to the full suite of TypeCoach tools, including Type-to-Type. This tool provides communication advice based on the unique combination of any two personality types (ie. ENTJ with INFP).

Webinar

November 15, 2017 12:00-12:45 PM Eastern Standard Time

Reserve a spot here: https://goo.gl/Y2CPNH

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Katy Area Psychological Type Meeting, Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Katy Area Psychological Type Meeting

Richard Rosenthal is hosting a psychological type discussion group.
We are getting started a Psychological Types Group in Katy for APTi members and other Types enthusiasts. No fees involved. We will meet at Richard’s home in Katy the first Wednesday of every month.

Where: [please RSVP to richard@bei.edu for location details]

When: November 1st 2017 at 6:30 pm

What: Katy Psychological Type group

Subject for first meeting: 

How  Psychological Types Experience Their Own Type

Please RSVP to richard@bei.edu 

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Houston APT October 2017 Meeting

Two Streams in the River of Psychological Type

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Bilingual Education Institute

6060 Richmond Avenue

9:00—9:30   Registration (guest fee $5& Continental Breakfast

9:30—12:00        Program

BYOL at nearby restaurant

(Buy Your Own Lunch)

 About the Program

 We are approaching the one-hundred-year anniversary of the publication of Psychological Type by Carl G. Jung. Since publication, the psychological types introduced by Jung have developed along two streams. One stream is represented by the evolution of Jungian psychoanalysis. The other stream formed when Isabel Briggs abandoned her typology and adopted Jungian psychological type as the basis for the MBTI.

This month’s meeting will be a facilitated discussion led by Julian Brown that explores how the Jungian river split into two separate streams of thought and study, significant landmarks on the two streams, and even the different climates of the two streams. One significant landmark is a point where the two streams meander close enough for a “land bridge” between the mainstream MBTI stream and the tributary of the Jungian stream represented by the Eight Function Model developed by psychoanalyst John Beebe.

The topics of the conversation will explore three areas:

  • What is described in Psychological Type?
  • How does MBTI break from Psychological Type to form the new stream?
  • How does MBTI type development lead to crossing the land bridge to the Eight Function Model?

 About the Facilitator

 Julian Brown has studied psychological type and used it in facilitation, management, and consulting for 20 years. He was introduced to the Dialog method in 1996 and has practiced it since then to facilitate understanding, study, and questioning.

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Houston APT September 2017 Meeting

Psychological Type in Ordinary Experience

Julian Brown (ENTP) Facilitator

 Saturday, September 23, 2017

Bilingual Education Institute
6060 Richmond Avenue

9:15-10:00  Registration
(guest fee $5 at the door)

& Continental Breakfast

10:00 – Noon Program

BYOL at nearby restaurant

(Buy Your Own Lunch)

About the Program

At some level we are aware that we do not experience an event in the same way. The fact of variation in experience will be this meetings topic. Through a facilitated discussion we will explore three aspects of experience:

  1. How my psychological type affects my experience
  2. How I react to the expression of experience from others
  3. How I accommodate or expect to be accommodated differences in experience.

The framework for the discussion will be basic Jungian psychological functions and John Beebe’s eight function model. The model experience will be: the weather.

About the Facilitator

Julian Brown has studied psychological type and used it in facilitation, management, and consulting for 20 years. He was introduced to the Dialog method in 1996 and has practiced it since then to facilitate understanding, study, and questioning.

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