AusAPT Online 2020 Conference: Valuing Type in a Virtual World

AusAPT Online 2020

November 5 @ 6:00 pm November 7 @ 3:00 pm Australia/Sydney

AusAPT 2020 Online

Join us for the AusAPT online 2020 personality type conference!

12 engaging online sessions over 3 days via Zoom.

14 internationally renowned psychological type presenters.

A skilled and welcoming community of type professionals and enthusiasts.

Opportunities to connect, learn, engage with speakers and the AusAPT community.

Sessions across time zones so you can join in live.

All sessions recorded so you get maximum benefit and won’t miss anything.

Life-changing type insights so you can grow in a virtual world.

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Our local and international presenters for online 2020

Overview of the program – further details below:

All times are AEDT (Sydney/Melbourne, UTC +11)

Thursday 5 November

6:00pm ­­– 6:30 pmWelcome and virtual gathering together
6:30pm – 7:30 pmArche(Type) Tips for Thriving at Midlife – Katherine W Hirsh + Vicky Jo Varner
7:30pm – 7:45pmBreak
7:45pm – 8:45pmInteraction Styles: Conflicts and Connections – Catherine Stothart

Friday 6 November

9:00am – 10:00am The Magic Diamond: Coaching Type Development – Dario Nardi
10:00am – 10:15am Break
10:15am – 11:15am Flawless Facilitation in a Virtual World for All Types – Susan Nash
11:15am – 11:45am Break + Networking
11:45am – 12:45pm Typing from Afar: Catherine the Great – Jane Kise + Ann Holm
12:45pm – 1:30pm Lunch + Networking
  1:30pm – 2:30pm Type and Exploring Personal Growth Pathways – Alex MacFarlane
  2:30pm – 2:45pm Break
  2:45pm – 3:45pm Jung’s Type and Development over his Lifetime – Mary McGuiness
  3:45pm – 4:15pm Break + Networking
  4:15pm – 5:15pm The Wisdom of Type – Angelina Bennet
  5:15pm – 5:30pm Break
  5:30pm – 7:30pm Virtual Drinks/Social event

Saturday 7 November

  9:00am – 10:00am Learning and Thriving: Guided by Type – Sue Blair
10:00am – 10:15am Break
10:15am – 11:15am Soul-making Work in Dark Times: A Jungian View – Suzanne Cremen
11:15am – 11:45am Break + Networking
11:45am – 12:45pm Using Virtual Type and the Z Model to Thrive – Sterling Bates
12:45pm – 1:15pm Lunch + Networking
  1:15pm – 2:15pm Dancing with Your Inner Wolves: Understanding and Developing your Eight Heroes – Brian Lawrence
  2:15pm – 3:00pm Wrap up + closing comments

AusAPT Online 2020 – Sessions and Presenters in Detail

Day 1 – Thursday 5 November

TimePresenterSession Description
6:30-7:30pm AEDTKatherine W Hirsh & Vicky Jo Varner  
Dr Katherine W. Hirsh (INTP) has been using type in coaching, consulting, teambuilding and train-the-trainer contexts for over 25 years.  

Vicky Jo Varner, PhD is an MBTI Master Practitioner and has been a professional typologist for over 25 years.  As an individuation coach certified PCC by the International Coach Federation, she enjoys coaching people to identify and develop their natural typological strengths. With her PhD in Depth Psychology, she teaches Jung’s work at L.A.’s Philosophical Research Society.
Arche(Type) Tips for Thriving at Midlife  
Using psychological type and Jungian archetypes as a framework, we will reflect on the midlife journey through the parent and the orphan archetypes. Interactive exercises will examine how consciously giving voice to the challenges and opportunities of involved in caring for yourself, children and elders can help you make connections between the archetypal stories and typological patterns that shape the wider culture(s) of which you are a part and your own style and experiences. Join us to discover how putting your story into words and images can be a source of inspiration for meaningful change, type development and healing at midlife.
7:45 – 8:45pm AEDTCatherine Stothart  
Catherine Stothart is a Leadership Coach and Team Consultant with Airbus and is a Master Faculty partner at Google.  She also introduces personality type to schools and colleges and is a Trustee of BAPT.  Her first book, How to Get On with Anyone, was published by Pearson in 2018.   She is currently working on her second book.    
Interaction Styles: Conflicts and Connections  
The Interaction Styles framework, related to personality type, helps you understand how your emotions work when you interact with others – it’s a tool for being emotionally intelligent in the moment.  Catherine will describe the core drives and beliefs of each style and how these can lead to conflict.  Relating this to the Thomas-Kilmann conflict inventory, we will explore how awareness of your Interaction Style can help you manage conflict and adapt behaviour to build connections with others.  The session will include discussion in break out groups. 

Day 2 – Friday 6 November

TimePresenterSession Description
9:00-10:00am AEDTDario Nardi  
Dario Nardi, PhD is an internationally renowned researcher, speaker, and instructor in neuroscience, personality, and education. He was certified in type in 1994 and has authored many books including ‘Neuroscience of Personality’, ‘8 Keys to Self-Leadership, ‘Jung on Yoga’, ’16 Personality Types: Descriptions for Self-Discovery’ and recently, ‘’he Magic Diamond.’      
The Magic Diamond: Coaching Type Development  
How can we really encourage people to attend to type development? Traditionally, opposites are shown along a spectrum, implying people find a balancing point. But Jung observed a “transcendent” function that is a novel “alchemical” synthesis of opposites, leading to a new result. In this workshop, we use a Magic Diamond shape with four facets, such as Thinking, Feeling, undifferentiated, and synthesis. This shape invites people to fill in the synthesis facet. We will go over examples for the types and look at a typical coaching arc that goes from strengths to the shadow to overcoming one-sidedness through new habits.  
10:15-11:15am AEDTSusan Nash  
Susan Nash is a professional type expert and author of 11 books with over 25 years’ experience working with type. Susan specializes in helping individuals, businesses and teams to apply type knowledge in raising individual awareness, building leadership effectiveness and improving organizational productivity.  
Flawless Facilitation in a Virtual World for All Types   Facilitating in a virtual environment brings new challenges. How can you cater for all types in an increasingly online world? You will learn relevant knowledge, core skills and innovative techniques to help ensure every session you facilitate “lands” successfully and that all Types engage in the learning journey in a virtual environment. You will learn how to motivate different types to learn and how to flex to different learning contexts.      
11:45am -12:45pm AEDTJane Kise and Ann Holm   Jane Kise, Ed.D. is an organizational consultant and author of over 25 books. She works with businesses and schools in the United States and several other countries. Her specific work with type includes applying the framework to education, coaching, spirituality, leadership, personal development, and more.  

Ann C Holm is a professional certified coach specialising in executive, career, and personal development and branding. Ann is an MBTI Master Practitioner and is known for her extensive experience in the MBTI Step III. She helps clients connect the dots by looking at themselves through multiple lenses.
Typing From Afar: Catherine the Great While ethics say, “Let people decide their types for themselves,” we all type from afar. Type experts, real and professed “read” types, spot type in movie and book characters, and speculate about the preferences of public figures. So how do you do it accurately? Ethically? We’ll use Catherine the Great by Robert Massie as a case study. Why a long-ago Russian empress and her consorts? Because you can’t make up better stories with so many tantalizing type clues! We guarantee it will be a lively conversation as the presenters actually don’t agree on who is which type for our case study. Read Massie’s book in advance to be super prepared.
1:30-2:30pm AEDTAlex MacFarlane  
Alex MacFarlane is a clinical and consultant psychologist specialised in the application of psychological type and temperament as a core therapeutic tool in clinical practice and consulting. Her work has involved private practice, teaching, training, research and consulting. Her ongoing PhD studies the relationship of psychological type and pathways to optimal functioning.    
Type and Exploring Personal Growth Pathways  
Research regarding optimal human personal development has identified specific steps regarding this form of growth process experienced in one way or another by all humans. In an opposite vein, the research regarding the human deficiencies and dysfunctions we want to overcome indicates these crippling factors are individualised, not experienced by all, and are dependent on nature (our inborn cognitive preferences) and our nurture. This session will broadly outline dysfunctions typical for each psychological type and the overarching steps involved in optimal growth. It will then set about, by group discussion, to explore our individual lived experiences in this process.
2:45 – 3:45pm AEDTMary McGuiness  
Mary McGuiness has 30 years’ experience teaching Jungian Psychological Type theory and training professionals to use Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Majors Personality Type Inventory. Mary is Director of the Institute for Type Development and was on the founding committee of AusAPT, serving two years as National President. She is author of best-seller ‘You’ve Got Personality’.  
Jung’s Type and Development over his Lifetime  
Was Carl Jung’s Type INTJ or INTP? This has been debated in the Type community for some time. We will examine evidence from Jung’s life, his writings, his work and from people who knew him personally, that points to his personality Type. We will also explore the changes in Jung as he developed through midlife and beyond. In this session we will look at the question of how can you identify a person’s Type, particularly an historical figure or a celebrity. We will also look how an understanding of one’s Type can influence the individuation process.
4:15 – 5:15pm AEDTAngelina Bennet
Dr Angelina Bennet is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist and Director of iPotential Ltd, a psychological consultancy, and Type Pro Ltd, type qualification training program providers. She is the author of Shadows of Type: Psychological Type through Seven Levels of Development, and is a frequent presenter at Type conferences around the world.
The Wisdom of Type
What is wisdom? In addition, how does wisdom show up in Type? In this session, Angelina will present an aspect of her doctoral research that focused on perceptions of individual effectiveness, the definition of effectiveness, and how this is connected to wisdom and the later stages of personal development. We will look at the characteristics of wise and effective individuals and how this may be expressed through type, and consider how to facilitate development to being out these qualities. During the session, we will try out some practical ‘ego bypass’ coaching methods, and discuss our own experiences of seeing the wisdom of type in action.

Saturday 7 November

9:00 – 10:00am AEDTSue Blair  
Sue has been working with psychological type for over 18 years. She is an international presenter and keynote speaker, as well as an MBTI practitioner and adult educator. She is author of The Personality Puzzle coaching cards, used by coaches and counsellors worldwide. She has taught thousands of teachers, parents, students and businesses about the importance of self-awareness and communication.  
Learning and Thriving: Guided by Type  
Everyone knows someone who has struggled through the education system. The reasons for this are many and varied but the patterns we can see through the application of Type in the learning environment are proven, consistent and thought provoking. They are also somewhat alarming! As Type professionals we have the resources available to us to make a difference. This session will outline the challenges that exist and explore ways we can navigate the issues to find learning solutions that are diverse and effective.
10:15 – 11:15amSuzanne Cremen  
Dr Suzanne Cremen worked in over 25 occupations including lawyer, screenwriter, publisher and career counsellor before earning her PhD in depth psychology. She serves as faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute (USA), founded the Life Artistry Centre for Archetype, Imagination and Vocation (Australia), and is the author of From Career to Calling (Routledge).
Soul-making Work in Dark Times: A Jungian View  
Drawing on Jungian depth psychology, this session outlines a new approach to questions of work, career and calling in the current era, through engaging with symbol, metaphor and imagination. Traditional career development practices tend to be biased towards Sensation and Thinking functions. Bringing a symbolic perspective to work can awaken imagination and shift perception of the vocational journey as more than a paycheck, but an opus of the soul. Individuals with a preference for Intuition are particularly suited to a vocational guidance approach which values the creative unconscious and imaginative potential, but at different life stages this approach may be valuable for all psychological types.
11:45am – 12:45pmSterling Bates  
Sterling’s combination of technology, mathematics, business, marketing, OD & psychological types provides the ideal background for founding Step Research, a psychology software research and development company. Sterling Bates was previously at Disney for more than 13 years. He has worked with professional sports teams, corporations and everything in between and has been on the APTi board of directors for 4 years.
Using Virtual Type and the Z Model to Thrive  
Discover a new way to see, show and explain type like never before. Visual Type is a visual diagram for each type. Using both Myers-Briggs type and Jungian functions in a way that makes preferences crystal clear to new users and teams. Visual Type lets people thrive by seeing where they, and their team, prefer to spend their time and how it affects their decisions when combined with the 8 function Z model process. Step Research has pioneered a new way to visualize Myers-Briggs types, Jungian functions and how it fits together for a person and a team.
1:15 – 2:15pm AEDTBrian Lawrence  
Brian has worked internationally in the educational, corporate and diplomatic sectors for over 15 years. He has delivered consulting assignments to public and private sector organisations in New Zealand, Australia, Singapore/South East Asia, The United Kingdom, The United States and The United Arab Emirates. He has been an MBTI Certification Trainer, Leadership Facilitator, Coach.    
Dancing with Your Inner Wolves: Understanding and Developing your Eight Inner Heroes
Imagine your personality as the primal forces that govern how you perceive the world, decide on your life trail, where you get your energy, how you relate to people. This is the story of personality type as you know it framed in a more powerful, natural essence – the story of your Inner Wolves. Get to know your eight ‘Heroes’ and how they operate in the world. Find out how to tame them to become a more versatile, flexible, holistic human being. Brian will demonstrate how we can understand both our Conscious Wolves as well as our Unconscious, ‘Shadow Wolves’.

We look forward to connecting with you at the AusAPT 2020 online conference!

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Session Proposal for THRIVE: AusAPT in Auckland 2020 Conference

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April 30 @ 11:30 pm

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It’s time to Thrive! Will you be one of our Conference Presenters in 2020?

The Australian and New Zealand Type communities are coming together for Thrive: AusAPT in Auckland 2020 on 5-8 November and we are inviting you to submit your Session Proposal to be a presenter at the conference.

The Australian Association of Psychological Type (AusAPT) expands the knowledge of psychological type and supports the ethical use of psychological type and type instruments.

Bringing our community and conference presenters together every year is at the heart of what we do, and our conference curation continues to improve year on year. To help us help you, and our conference delegates, we have streamlined our guidelines, submission and selection processes. You can submit your proposal online in 2020.

Organising a conference in these challenging times of COVID-19 impacts means we need to be ready to shift to different ways of connecting and offering community. This is built into our contingency planning including the option of going to a virtual conference if required. Whichever way we eventually go, our presenters are always critical and central to our conference and community and we invite your submissions to present.

Further details about the conference can be found here:

Further details on how to submit to present at the conference can be found here:

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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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Australian APT 2019 National Conference ‘Going Deeper with Psychological Type’ Report – Angelina Bennet

ANGELINA BENNET (INTJ), Past President, British Association for Psychological Type (BAPT) This article first appeared in TYPEFACE, the journal of the British Association of Psychological Type, Vol 31, no 1, Winter 2020, 22-24 and is reproduced here with kind permission of BAPT and the author. The AusAPT Conferences have been going from strength to strength over the last few years. I attended my first official AusAPT Conference in 2017, having co-presented the Best of British mini conference the previous year with Susan Nash. Since then there has been a noticeable increase in the number of international experts from all over (more…)

AusAPT National Conference 2019

November 22 @ 9:00 am November 23 @ 4:30 pm AEDT

AusAPT National Conference

The 2019 AusAPT conference will be held at the Amora Riverwalk Hotel in Melbourne from Friday 22 – Saturday 23 November.

There will also be stand-alone  workshops on Thursday 21 and Sunday 24th November.

We are delighted to share our conference program in full with you. You can click on the image to open a version you can click on to enlarge and right click to save and download.

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The following local and international presenters will lead us as we pursue our conference theme: ‘Going Deeper’:

From Australia:
Imogen Lamport and Jill Chivers
Evelynne Joffe
Terri Connellan
Peter Malone
Daniel Blashki
Ian Ball
Mary McGuiness
Rhonda Sparks-Tranks
Julie Andrews
Meredith Fuller and Brian Walsh
Peter Geyer
Dr Kay Distel
Sue White
Alex MacFarlane
Sue Daniels
From the UK:
Catherine Stothart

From New Zealand:
Sue Blair

From the USA:
Jane Kise
Dario Nardi
Susan Nash
Sterling Bates

Our Presenters have been selected for their ability and enthusiasm to lead us in one of three conference workshop streams: Deep Experience; Deep Practice and Deep Knowledge.

Here is the detailed session information for Day 1 22 November:

Presenter Session Title Description
Dario Nardi Brains, Type, and Teams in Organizations   Who gets on well with whom? Is there a neuroscience of teams? We will explore how people’s brains compare when working together. Anecdotes and colorful slides will convey key lessons for organizations and leaders. This is based on 13 years of imaging data on diverse teams. Beyond type, individual differences and type development also matter.
Imogen Lamport and Jill Chivers 16 Style Types – More Than Skin Deep What you wear communicates before you open your mouth. This session is for anyone who wears clothing and is interested to learn more about how your clothing affects your thoughts, feelings and behaviours, the way style and psychological type are deeply connected, and how your style can be expressed in an authentic way.
Sue Blair Learning Challenges and Misinterpretations Everyone knows someone who has struggled through the education system. There are many reasons for this, but the patterns we can see through the application of Type are proven, consistent, thought-provoking and somewhat alarming! This session will outline the challenges and explore ways to navigate the issues to find diverse and effective solutions.
Alex MacFarlane Deeper Understanding of Holistic Mental Health and Growth from a Temperament and Type Perspective   Over the past decade there has been an increasing depth of understanding of the links between mental and physical health and personal growth from a holistic (mind-body-spirit) position. This presentation will discuss these links as they relate to psychological type, temperament, stages of development, and the individuation process.
Daniel Blashki The Monomyth in Media: How Type Influences our Hero’s Journey Modern media takes myth and recognisable patterns of type behaviour to create relatable stories with which we resonate. Delve into the Campbell’s monomyth and collective archetypal patterns through examples in Game of Thrones and popular film franchises, with ‘choose-your-own-adventure’ heroic round-table activities that investigate type preferences in the call to adventure of your own journey.
Peter Malone Can I Use Movies to Explore Type? Insights into how movies dramatize Type, discussion, helps for techniques in conducting sessions. We check our responses to movies, look at and discuss clips illustrating aspects of Type, try our abilities at recognising aspects without any labelling, formulate a method for leading seminars on Type and Movies. For all practitioners – and movie buffs!
Sue White Type Goes to Book Group Merve Emre’s book ‘What’s Your Type?’ is a controversial new publication about the MBTI. It made my mind buzz and I’m keen to discuss that buzz with other readers. Bring your own copy (cost approx 32.99AUD) and let’s have a stimulating Book Group responding and exploring the content, ideas and criticisms she raises, and you’ve identified!
Evelynne Joffe The Fool’s Journey using Tarot Archetypes We will explore the Fool’s Journey using archetypes of the Major Arcana of the Tarot and the process towards individuation and wholeness through the journey. Each of these 22 cards represents a lesson the soul must learn in order to individuate, to become an authentic Self.
Sterling Bates Going into Best Fit – We Are All Doing it Wrong As type experts, it’s critical to help others go through a “best- fit” process. What if the type community is approaching best-fit from the wrong direction for the 21st century?  Discover what years of research have revealed about using digital games, tools and technology in best-fit. Learn what still works from the old best-fit process.
Mary McGuiness Transformation at Midlife: The Transcendent Function The Individuation process integrates the contents of the unconscious and brings together all aspects of the individual into a complete, whole and conscious Self. At midlife this leads to the emergence of the Transcendent Function. bringing a new consciousness of soul. In this session, we will explore this process and how to facilitate this transformation.
Meredith Fuller and Brian Walsh LOVE: Family of ORIGIN and Partner Attraction We will look at family of origin Types (the family you grew up with), and the nature of your relationship with each member – did you go with, go against, or withdraw from? How might these themes relate to that unconscious instant attraction we feel towards potential partners? Privately, participants will draw family trees, have a guesstimate of family members (for those of us who haven’t already typed them!) and explore the relationship dynamics. 
Jane Kise Three Keys to Effective Type Exercises Making type visible through exercises is a key tool for helping individuals and teams improve ability to communicate, collaborate, and change. However, there’s a world of difference between conducting an exercise and facilitating it successfully to change people’s mindsets. We’ll explore how to choose the “right” exercise, form groups (especially when not all types are present), and debrief. 

Here is the detailed session information for Day 2 23 November:

Presenter Session Title Description
Roger Pearman Evidence of the Validity of Type from Multi-Rater Data Breakfast Session: Virtual presentation of a summary report of 360 data collected from people around the globe to look at evidence of the validity of Type. The first public presentation of this information, the international TypeStudy Research Project was designed to collect both self-report and observer-report data which provides useful evidence for considering the validity of Type.
Ian Ball John Beebe’s Eight Function-Attitude Archetype Model – Revisited The session draws on materials developed by the late Andrew Gibson and recent writing by Mark Hunziker. The model identifies archetypes that guide the way the eight function-attitudes are expressed within a single, individual psyche. Two case studies: ISFP and ENFJ will illustrate the model. Does this model advance our understanding of ourselves and others?
Sue DanielsThe Influence of Type on Career Success Today’s careers are influenced by many external factors that are out of our control such as: globalisation; corporate change and technology. However, internal factors such as preferences, can influence career satisfaction.  This session will explore techniques and tips on how to apply type knowledge in a career context, at any stage of your work life. 
Susan Nash Temperament Separate to Type – An Additional Tool for Enhancing Type Applications Temperament is a separate type theory that provides an understanding of four patterns of differing needs, values, talents and behaviors. In this session, we will explore how to apply Temperament to clarify best-fit type, provide new applications for type-knowledgeable groups, introduce Temperament to new groups, and understand innate stress patterns and responses.
Kay Distel The Elusive Other – Coming to our Senses and Cognition Have you ever felt what a person is saying is not sinking in? Or have you been told to listen when you thought you were?  Mishear what people are saying? We will unpack these issues by experiences of deep listening; explore our physiology, its impact on personality and interactions to broaden your understanding of the connection between self-regulation, and mindfulness.  Expect to participate in a serious and fun presentation! 
Julie Andrews Alone Together: Artist in Transit This session focuses on research undertaken on a train carriage, a trance inducing in-between space, where passengers were encouraged to draw what they think, feel or see, while travelling. This session includes a drawing activity that asks you to consider how art in everyday spaces might enhance our noticing and appreciation of the liminal experience.
Rhonda Sparks-Tranks Developing the “We and the I” with the KGI™ – using the Klein Group Instrument for Effective Leadership and Participation in Teams Explore how you can use this cost-effective, MBTI-correlated assessment instrument in counselling, coaching, training and team development. How do the model, scales and structure of the reports work to transform leadership and empower teams? Samples and case studies will deepen understanding. Approaches and techniques developed by Rhonda and Dr Robert Klein will be shared.
Peter Geyer A Dispassionate Look at Psychological Type and Emotion Psychological type and emotions are not merely topics for questionnaires; they represent particular aspects of personality within a range of interpretations, especially for emotions. These differences for both type and emotion are explained in this session, as well as how emotions can play out in a type context.
Terri Connellan Learned Wisdom: Journeys in Type and Transition Presentation, discussion and activity-based session exploring perspectives from personal experience, life coaching and applications of type to support positive life transitions. It shows how type provides a practical framework for deepening strengths and self-leadership and for harnessing less-preferred areas to provide balance for a more wholehearted life.
Catherine Stothart Closing the Influence Gap How Type helps you get on better with yourself and others How is it that we don’t always achieve the outcomes we want when we interact with others?  There is often a disconnect between our positive intentions and the sometimes less than positive impact we have on others.  We will discuss how the Interaction Styles framework helps us to be more emotionally intelligent and close the influence gap.  

Whether you are person who shares our fascination with Type as it applies in our daily lives, a Type facilitator looking for ideas to improve their practice or someone who wishes to deepen their knowledge about the world of Psychological Type and C.G. Jung, this is the conference for you!

You can sign up for the Conference now to secure your place – just click on ‘Buy Conference Here’ below. Membership costs $99 and you save $100 on the Guest/Non-Members’ rate! To join the conference the rates are:

  • Standard Members: $495AU
  • Guest/non-Members: $595AU
  • Seniors + Students Members: $445AU
  • Partner Members (APTi, BAPT): $495AU
  • ILP Members: $495AU

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Taking Type Exercises from Good to Great

type exercisesJane Kise joins us at the AusAPT National Conference in Melbourne in November 2019 from the US to present on ‘Three Keys to Effective Type Exercises‘: “Making type visible through exercises is a key tool for helping individuals and teams improve ability to communicate, collaborate, and change. However, there’s a world of difference between conducting an exercise and facilitating it successfully to change people’s mindsets. We’ll explore how to choose the “right” exercise, form groups (especially when not all types are present), and debrief. “ Jane provides this article on ‘Taking Type Exercises from Good to Great’  as background for her presentation (more…)
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Type and Emotion: A Preliminary Investigation into Meaning and Relationship

type and emotionWe are excited to publish our first article on the new AusAPT website blog today. Over the next months, as we head towards the AusAPT National Conference in November in Melbourne, we will be featuring articles and thought pieces from our speakers. The AusAPT blog is a place for new and featured articles on type and its applications. We hope you will bookmark our website and return to read, learn and share articles on psychological type. Our first featured article is by Peter Geyer. Custodian of the AusAPT Type Research and Practice Collection and AusAPT Life Member, Peter will present (more…)