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Ask Peter for advice and resources on type knowledge and practice

While we are in our homes more at present, it is an excellent opportunity to do some professional reading and research on areas of type. Peter Geyer is the Custodian of the AusAPT Type Research and Practice Collection (Collection), available as a resource for AusAPT members. As you may know, he has researched, written and presented on type for over 25 years. Moreover, Peter is keen to assist with knowledge and practice on type through the resources of the Collection and his extensive experience and expertise. You can read more about the Collection here. The Collection is a fixed resource but also (more…)
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Brian Walsh’s ‘Men and Love’ Documentary wins Award of Merit in US Best Shorts Award

Brian WalshWarm congratulations to AusAPT community member, psychologist and documentary film-maker, Brian Walsh, who has won an Award of Merit in the US Best Shorts Award for his documentary, ‘Men and Love’. This important documentary explores men’s thoughts and feelings on love through interviews with 17 men. It is the final documentary in a trilogy devoted to men and feelings, following on from ‘Men and Crying’ (2014), ‘Men and Anger’ (2017). To view ‘Men and Love’, head over to Brian’s YouTube Kailash Studios page or visit the Kailash Studio’s Filmography page. Thanks to Meredith Fuller for the images. (more…)
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Changes to National Committee roles

Due to immediate work commitments and for personal reasons, Joshua Knight has reluctantly stepped down from his position of National President. Under the AusAPT Constitution, a casual vacancy is able to be filled by the National Committee. Our Vice President, Kerry Gubb, has been appointed President of AusAPT – to serve in that role until the elections to be held as a part of the AGM of AusAPT (later this year). The positions of President, Secretary and Treasurer are all open to nominations this year as two-year terms will have been completed by our Secretary and Treasurer also. We are (more…)
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AusAPT 2020 Conference Presenter Proposals due date extended to 30 April

We are monitoring the current situation and considering the impacts of the Coronavirus in our planning for THRIVE AusAPT in NZ 2020. Given the current uncertainties, the due date for presenter proposals has been extended to 30 April. This will give the AusAPT National and Conference Committees time to review the situation further then. If you are interested in presenting, this gives you more time to draft and submit a conference session proposal. We encourage you to submit. We know these are uncertain times but you have nothing to lose by submitting and indicating your intentions and expertise. You’ll have (more…)
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2019 Conference Resources LIVE + 50% off Membership opportunity for 2019/20

conference resourcesGo deeper with type through the rich video and presentation resources created by our 2019 Conference presenters. Our 2019 AusAPT Conference in Melbourne in late November was an opportunity to go deeper into psychological type and connect with a friendly community of type practitioners, researchers and writers. It was a great success – enriching, informative and enjoyable. The presenter resources – videos of presentations, presentation notes and handouts – from the Conference are now LIVE on the AusAPT website for the information of conference participants and current AusAPT members. Our sincere thanks to the presenters for generously sharing their learning and these resources. (more…)
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Special offer when you purchase an AusAPT 2019 conference or workshop ticket NOW.

special conference offerTypeCoach Verifier Plus Special Offer The TYPECOACH VERIFIER PLUS (recommended retail price $150.00AU) is YOURS FOR FREE when you purchase a ticket to attend this year’s conference or one of our six workshops. The TypeCoach Verifier is a dynamic online, interactive video-based tool for helping to confirm your best fit type. This offer follows the recent formation of a partnership between AusAPT and TypeCoach. Details of the offer (which includes an eight-page report and access to other materials) will be provided after your purchase your conference or workshop tickets. So book your place now to secure this offer. All links (more…)
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Mary McGuiness receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Mary McGuinessCongratulations to Mary McGuiness who was announced as the 2019 Recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Institute for Learning Professionals Australian Learning Impact Awards on Saturday, 28 September, at the ILP Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony. The ILP Lifetime Achievement Award is awarded to an outstanding Learning and Development (L&D) professional who has made significant contributions to both their stakeholders and the L&D profession. The recipient will be innovative in their approach, a thought leader, and respected by the L&D community. Mary’s award honours and recognises her lifetime achievements in support of psychological type learning and development and (more…)
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AusAPT 2019 pre-conference and post-conference workshops

AusAPT workshopsAt the AusAPT 2019 National Conference, we have a fabulous range of pre and post-conference workshops presented by local and international type luminaries on 21 and 24 November. Going deeper with type knowledge, skill and experience, the workshops cover facilitation, coaching for focus, using interaction styles, Jung and yoga, working with our opposites and the games different types play. We are extremely fortunate to have such skilled and experienced type practitioners, presenters, researchers and authors coming to Melbourne to share their deep knowledge with us via these practical workshops. So take advantage of this opportunity! You can access all the (more…)
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AusAPT 2020 Conference in Auckland, New Zealand

AusAPT New ZealandAUSAPT is excited to announce that our 2020 National Conference will be held in Auckland, New Zealand. If you’ve always wanted to visit or are planning to re-visit New Zealand, the 2020 conference offers the perfect opportunity to explore this most beautiful country and deepen your knowledge and practice of psychological type. Here are the key details: Dates: 5 to 7 November 2020 with pre-conference workshops 5 November + post-conference workshops 8 November Venue: Vaughan Park Retreat and Conference Centre, Long Bay, Auckland Vaughan Park, Auckland, New Zealand AusAPT President Joshua Knight has been actively building connection between the Australian (more…)