- Practical Applications of Jungian Type Theory to Career Decisions
- Nov. 15. 2013 08:30 AM - 03:30 PM
- 1877 Club - West Hartford
- Member Submitted Event
Presented by the Connecticut Career Counseling & Development Association (CCCDA)
Why should career counselors use Jung’s 8 functions when trying to understand psychological types?
This workshop will introduce the 8 functions and provide instructions in how to use the functions dynamically to recognize the impact on career selection and communication. Leading instruments supporting one’s working with Jung’s eight functions will be explained along with how to use the instruments with clients.
- Define the eight-function Jungian personality model
- Illustrate the dynamic interaction of the eight functions for gathering information and making decisions
- Identify the impact on knowing one’s preferred functions in career decision making
- Learn methods to read and interpret the most accurate instruments available for accessing Jung’s theory of psychological types
- Assist clients with career decisions utilizing Jungian type theory and the MajorsPTI
About the Presenter: Bob McAlpine, MS, is the President of Type Resources in Louisville, KY. His leadership and extraordinary classroom skills draw on over two decades experience as a career military officer, the U.S. Army's Organizational Leadership and TQM Programs for Executives, and graduate research on the MBTI® and Situational Leadership. He has designed and managed leadership assessment and development programs for hundreds of army officers and qualified hundreds of Type Resources clients to use type theory. Bob is the best kind of teacher, the kind who models the lesson.
For more information and to register, visit: www.ccacounseling.com/ccda