July 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm AEST
The language of personality, however presented, can be a minefield of meaning and use, essentially because there are no agreed definitions, interpretations, or perspectives, even in the niche field of psychological type. C.G. Jung chose general language for his constructs, a decision he later reflected on somewhat ruefully; what he meant in particular instances seems to have fallen by the wayside.
So, what is Personality? What is a Type, or a Function? How does Type relate to behaviour, interest or skill. Is Type neoliberal, whether we like it or not? Can there a Type response to pandemics, or conspiracy theories? These questions, and any others that turn up are the focus of a presentation by Peter Geyer, in a casual informal setting.
Peter Geyer has researched, taught and written about psychological type and related ideas for over 30 years. A former MBTI® and Majors Accrediter, he is the Custodian of AusAPT’s Type Research and Practice Collection.
Join us from 6:30pm for 7pm at Epicentre, the home of Meredith Fuller & Brian Walsh
RSVP by 1st July to Meredith Fuller by email firstname.lastname@example.org