Saturday February 24, 2018

This workshop has been approved for 3 MBTI® CE hours
Approval has been requested and is pending for 2.75 NBCC CE hours

9:30am • Check-in & refreshments
10:00am until 1:00pm • Formal presentation
Current SANDAPT members free • Non-member $30 • Full-time student with ID $5

"The What? Why? and How? of
Introducing Type to Teens"

Presented by Claire Hayman
M.Ed., CPC, MBTI® Certified in Step I, II, III and Author

  • Experience skits and exercises that are fun and engaging!
  • View visuals with special appeal to teens!
  • Get examples of how to embed ethical principles of the MBTI® into your program!
  • Hear how to protect the adolescents in your trainings from stereotyping, generalizing, name-calling, etc.!
  • Discuss coping with less than ideal situations when presenting the MBTI® to teens!

This is a valuable program for all who work with — or live with — this exciting and challenging age group: School Personnel (Teachers, Administrators, School Counselors: grades 7-12), College Staff, Community Groups (e.g. Recreation Departments, YMCAs, etc.), parents or those who work with parents, people who work in religious institutions, etc. as well as Type Practitioners who work with all ages.

Participants will learn how to create a program on Personality Type to teens with ethics embedded. You'll also be alerted to some pathways and pitfalls when introducing type to teens in organizational settings.

If you are an advocate of Type, think that a knowledge of Type is helpful, and interact with teens in any way, this workshop will help you learn effective ways to talk Type with them. Whether teens are your client, your student, your child, or your grandchild, this presentation will be fun and useful to you!

Attendees will receive a 20% discount coupon code from CAPT for the purchase of Claire's book Discovering Type with Teens: A Comprehensive Leader’s Guide with Materials for Presenting Psychological Type to Young People.

About Our Presenter

Claire Hayman, M.Ed., CPC, is MBTI® Certified (Step I, II, III), a certified coach for adults and adolescents, with experience as a School Counselor in Massachusetts as well as a teacher of Social Studies in both public and private schools. Since becoming MBTI® qualified in 1990, she attends numerous related conferences and advanced trainings including a series of annual seminars with Angelo Spoto created by Katharine Myers on the Analytical Psychology of C. G. Jung. Claire applies MBTI® theory both professionally and personally to facilitate personal growth and enhance relationships.

She is certified by the state of Massachusetts as a Guidance Counselor. In her role as Student Support Coordinator and Guidance Counselor at a Boston Public high school, Claire administered and interpreted the MBTI® annually for her tenth grade students. Previously, she consulted and provided training for numerous individuals and organizations as an MBTI® practitioner.

Claire presented on “Type and Teens” at APTi, CAPT, BAPT (British Association of Psychological Type), and MASCA (Massachusetts School Counselors Association) conferences.

She was active in APTi as President of BACAPT (the Boston Area Chapter of APTi), 1992-1996, for which she earned the APTi Chapter Leader Award. As a result of the strength of BACAPT, Boston was chosen for the APTi Conference in 1997. She then served as Chair of the Northeast Region, 1996-1998.

She is also certified in the MMTIC®, EQ, P.E.T. (Parent Effectiveness Training), and Be Your Best (Effectiveness Training for Adults).

Claire is the author of Discovering Type with Teens: A Comprehensive Leader’s Guide with Materials for Presenting Psychological Type to Young People.

Venue Location

Marsh & McLennan Agency
(formerly Barney & Barney)
Suite 150 (on first floor)
9171 Towne Centre Drive
San Diego, CA 92122

Ample parking behind building.

Join us afterwards for lunch with our speaker at the UTC mall!

Get driving directions

For event questions, contact:
Michael Gaden
SANDAPT Programs Chair
(760) 505-6523
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