Saturday Sept. 22, 2018

Workshop approved for 2.75 NBCC & 3 MBTI® Master Practitioner 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

"Type & Values: From Preferences to Politics"

Presented by Karen Keefer & Judy Levy
MBTI® Master Practitioners

If only we could use the same lessons of Type in appreciating individual differences to help address our increasingly polarized society… Perhaps we can. By viewing our own and others’ mental framework using a neutral language, such as Moral Foundations Theory, we can appreciate where the ‘other’ is coming from.

In this highly interactive program, you will:

  • Review what “values” are, how we acquire them and how values are influenced by our type
  • Learn what research reveals about the relationship between Type and personal values
  • Identify how one’s personal value system fits within the framework of social psychologist Jonathan Haidt’s Moral Foundations Theory
  • Understand how type bias may influence how we see and respond to people whose values differ from our own
  • Use Moral Foundations Theory as “neutral language” for thinking/talking about differences in values, analogous to using type theory for thinking/talking about differences in behavior
  • Apply practical tools to offset our own automatic biases and nurture an open dialogue

About Our Presenters

Karen Keefer is an MBTI® Master Practitioner, administering and interpreting the instrument since 1986. She has presented MBTI® workshops and trainings in a wide variety of settings, applying type concepts and information to leadership, team-building, teaching and learning, spirituality, couple relationships and personal growth. She is an expert in the use of the Type Imagery technique created by Dr. William Yabroff, and has authored JPT (Journal of Psychological Type) articles and co-authored a workbook/CD set for conducting Type Imagery. Karen delivered MBTI® Qualifying Training for APTi for 12 years and has presented at many APTi conferences and to APTi chapters, including two previous programs for SANDAPT. She holds an M.A. in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling, and also has a background in secondary education. She is a past President and former board member of BAAPT (Bay Area Association for Psychological Type). She is coauthor of Four Gifts of the Mind, and her type preferences are INTJ.

Judy Levy has over 25 years' experience working with organizations and individuals to increase their management skills, plan strategically, manage change and transitions, resolve conflict and improve team effectiveness. She provides a unique blend of Coaching, Organization Effectiveness and Management Development. This combination allows clients to have just-in-time, tailored support – getting the technique/approach that's most effective for them NOW in their current situation. Judy holds a MS degree in Organizational Development, a BA in Psychology, has achieved the ICF (International Coach Federation) designation of Professional Co-active Coach (PCC), is certified in NeuroLeadership, is a Certified Organization and Relationship Systems Coach and a MBTI® Master Practitioner. She has administered the MBTI® instrument since 1996 and conducts workshops with teams in variety of organizations. Lastly, she has served as a Board Member for BAAPT since 2011 and has just taken on the position of BAAPT President. Her type preferences are ENTP.

Venue Location

Marsh & McLennan Agency
Suite 150 (1st 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!

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For event questions, contact:
Jessica Beatty
SANDAPT President
(805) 296-9000
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Upcoming Programs

Nov. 3, 2018
Serena Santillanes
Working Wisdom:
Using Type In Your Career

January 2019
Topic & Speaker TBD

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. The Association for Psychological Type International is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.