The Master Practitioner credential is earned by completing the initial certification as a Licensced Practitioner plus an addition 40 hours of intensive, supervised study and 40 hours of reviewed practice with clients.

 

The Internet is destroying MBTI®.

With dumbed-down BuzzFeed versions simplifying the theory to questions like "What Disney princess are you?" on one hand and reports of debunking data discovered by misinformed academicians on the other, it's easy to understand why people may feel confused about what the world's most-commonly used personality assessment truly has to offer. Our experience has shown that surprisingly few people actually know the true depth, nature, and full value of the authentic, original MBTI®.

We enjoy providing clients the legit, professional MBTI® experience.

We're bringing it back.

But not because we believe the theory is flawless. None are. We love the MBTI® for the way it helps people on so many profound and practical levels.

First you'll learn about the basic Myers-Jung typology, which identifies 16 different healthy ways of living, or as we sometimes like to say, "16 ways of having fun." This is unfortunately as far as most people get. They read the static descriptions of these 16 personality types and they stop there. Now this level is powerful alone, but we want to take you further.

We'll look at the dynamic nature of your personality type, providing an explanation for how it is that your type balances your needs for extraversion and introversion -- which all types have. If you've been confused by what you've read or heard about "ambiversion," you'll love this.

You'll be pleased to know that this dynamic view of the typology also provides a framework for understanding and predicting your behavior under high stress, as it offers you suggestions for what you can do to both avoid burnout-land and regain sanity after going there. Furthermore, it will show how people of your personality type typically mature and develop across the human lifespan. 

Awesome, right?!

And for those who want to go even further still, we'll walk you through a review of your MBTI® Step II facets -- 20 sub-aspects of personality type which tease out how your socialized life experiences have caused you to be different than others of your same type. Many find this second level view of themselves to be very revealing and confirming.

So no matter how intently you look into MBTI®, whether you stay high-level or dive deep, we think you'll like what you get out of the official experience. You can expect to be shown ways to improve in the following areas:

  • personal leadership development
  • interpersonal communication
  • problem solving and decision making
  • stress management
  • innovation and creativity
  • learning, teaching, and influencing

Book your appointment today to get moving towards increased self-awareness and effectiveness. Let the fun begin!