June 24, 2023 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Australia/Sydney
APTi recently posted a new set of ethical standards for the use of psychological type (apti.memberclicks.net/apti-standards). Lead author Karen Keefer will share the goals and process of this project, and discuss the “hows and whys” of the new standards with us. Bring your questions and concerns about the ethical use of type in your particular location and setting. Karen is especially interested in current challenges you are facing, and in feedback on the applicability of these U.S.-based standards both internationally and cross-culturally.
About Karen Keefer
Karen Keefer, MA obtained her MBTI® qualification in 1987, and has used type in a variety of settings over the last 35 years. She was a trainer for APTi’s MBTI Qualifying Program for 13 years and served as Director of that program. She is an expert in the technique of type-based guided imagery originated by William Yabroff, and with him co-authored Four Gifts of the Mind, a workbook and CD set for using this technique to promote type development. In addition to her work as a trainer and consultant, Karen has given numerous presentations at APTi conferences and at chapters. She is a member and a Past President of Bay Area APT (BAAPT). Her Best-Fit Type is INTJ.
The session will be online via Zoom. Click below to register and details will be sent to you for how to join.
The two below documents are pre-reading for the session. The first document is a short article Karen wrote outlining the harms of type misuse, and the second is the new APTi ethical standards that Karen will discuss in the program. If people would take the time to read these, that will facilitate the discussion.