Saturday July 15, 2017



"Jung's Compass:
The Theory of Psychological Types from His Own
Point of View and What Some Made of It"

8:30am • Check-in & refreshments
9:00am until 12:00 noon • Formal presentation
Current SANDAPT members free • Non-members $30 • Students with ID $20

In the beginnings of the MBTI, Carl G. Jung’s thoughts, ideas, and theories provided a formal underpinning for the ideas of Isabel Myers and Katharine Briggs. This workshop is a great opportunity to hear intriguing information about Jung’s stance and thoughts on psychological type from Jung’s own point of view. It is a window into the thought processes of a pioneer of type and one of the great thinkers of the 20th Century.

In an interactive workshop, renowned expert Peter Geyer will share his insights with us, gleaned from 25 years of study, research, and reflection on Jung and his writings, offering a perspective on psychological type you have not heard before.

2.75 NBCC & MBTI® Master Practitioner CEs have been requested; approval is pending

WORKSHOP #2 (Optional)

"Jung's Compass:
A Deeper Dive plus Q&A"

1:15pm until 3:15pm • Formal presentation; no refreshments
Current SANDAPT members $15 • Non-members $20 • Students with ID $10

The afternoon session will provide a relaxed and interactive question-and-answer session with Peter. Advanced topics that arise from the morning session will be explored further, as will any other questions relating to Carl Jung and psychological type. This is a chance to interact with a researcher and international expert on Jung and his theories. Don't miss it!

2 NBCC & MBTI® Master Practitioner CEs have been requested; approval is pending

About Our Presenter

Peter Geyer thinks, writes and researches about psychological type and personality, including social consequences. For the past 25 years he has presented his work at professional conferences and type events in many countries, including extensively throughout the United States and Australia.

Peter taught certification courses in the MBTI® (Steps I and II) and Majors [PTI and PT-Elements] over a 20-year period, and other courses in academic and professional settings including on organizational topics. He was an Otto Kroeger Associate (1995-2007), and APTi Interest Area Consultant (Theory and Research) (2006-2010), National Vice-President and Regional President of the Australian Association for Psychological Type (AusAPT), founder of the Psychological Type Research Unit at Deakin University (Melbourne) in 1996 and made Life Member in 1998.

In addition, he has been an APTi member since 1990 and was recently made a lifetime member. His writing has appeared in the Bulletin of Psychological Type, 3 AusAPT publications, including two as a columnist, and TypeFace (UK) amongst others. He has been interviewed about the MBTI and type for newspapers, radio and television.

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 during the lunch break 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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Upcoming Programs

Sept. 16, 2017
Markey Read
It's About Time: How Different Types Interact With Time

Nov. 4, 2017
Stephen Santore
Treasures Within the Type Chart:
A Close Look at the Brilliant Design
of Isabel Briggs Myers


The Association for Psychological Type International (APTI) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Provider, ACEP No. 5197. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. APTi is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.


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