Adam Frey (ISFJ) is an MBTI® Certified type consultant and a management and fundraising consultant to nonprofits. An honors graduate of Harvard, Adam received his MBA from UC-Berkeley. He has been a Board member and consultant to the San Francisco Jung Institute and has presented on type to the San Francisco Analytical Psychology Club, City University of Macau, and South China Normal University among others. He has published in the Bulletin of Psychological Type and the Journal of Analytical Psychology.
Getting Beyond ‘Inner’ and ‘Outer’
Angelina Bennet is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist who specializes in developing individuals through personality work. She is the Director of I Potential Ltd, a consultancy based in the UK that focuses on coaching, development, and assessment, with particular expertise in the Myers-Briggs® assessment. Her other areas of interest include psychosynthesis and the Enneagram. The author of The Shadows of Type–Psychological Type at Seven Levels of Development, she is currently completing a Professional Doctorate in Occupational Psychology.
Psychodynamic Coaching and Type
Angelo Spoto, M.A., LMHC, is a practicing psychotherapist in Tampa, Florida and author of the book, Jung’s Typology in Perspective. He is a frequent lecturer throughout the U.S. and England on a wide variety of Jungian topics. He was adjunct faculty at the Jung Institute of Chicago and is a Board Certified Professional Counselor as well as a Fellow in the American Psychotherapy Association.
The Inferior Function—A Moral Issue*
Ann C. Holm has an M.S. in Speech and Language Pathology from the University of Michigan, and for 25 years has coached brain-injured clients toward cognitive recovery. In 2009, she started a personal development and leadership coaching practice in order to help clients uncover personal and leadership potential through increased awareness of how the brain works, knowledge of personality type, and emotional intelligence. She is an MBTI® Master Practitioner and an ICF certified coach. Her website is www.annholm.net/
Type for Non-Normal Populations
Ashley Crawford graduated from U.C.-Santa Cruz with a B.A. in Political Science and has completed requirements at Pacifica Graduate Institute for an M.A. in Depth Psychology with an emphasis in Jungian and Archetypal Studies. She worked as a paralegal for a criminal defense attorney, and is in the process of moving to Portland, OR, to become trained as a Marriage and Family Therapist.
Keeper of Memories
Bernard Neville, Ph.D., is Adjunct Professor of Education at La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia. He uses Jungian theory in both education and organizational consulting and has wide experience in both areas. His 2003 essay, “Taking Care of Business in the Age of Hermes,” anticipated the 2008 economic collapse (Trickster’s Way Journal, 2:1). He is the author of two books, Educating psyche: Emotion, imagination and the unconscious in learning(1989), and Olympus Inc.: Intervening for cultural change in organizations (2008) co-authored with Tim Dalmau. The latter book gives a fuller discussion of the gods introduced here and their relation to Jungian archetypes in organizational settings.
The Polytheistic Organization
Byron Almén is Associate Professor of Music Theory at the University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of A Theory of Musical Narrative (Indiana University Press, 2009), the co-editor (with Edward Pearsall) of Approaches to Musical Meaning (Indiana University Press, 2006), and numerous articles and book chapters on music, narrative, film, and Jung. He is currently working on a book on Jungian type and the analysis of filmic, literary, and musical discourses.
Individuation in the Dark
(July 26, 1875 – June 6, 1961)
The Red Book, also titled Liber Novus (“New Book”), is a journal in text and images of C. G. Jung’s life from approximately 1914 to 1930. “The years, of which I have spoken to you, when I pursued the inner images, were the most important time of my life,” said Jung in 1957. Kept private by his heirs, it was finally published in 2009 by W. W. Norton of New York with extensive annotations by Jung scholar Sonu Shamdasani, PhD, General Editor and Co-Founder of the Philemon Foundation.
Red Book Ruminations
Red Book Ruminations
Red Book Ruminations
Red Book Ruminations
Carol Shumate, Ph.D., co-editor of Personality Type in Depth, teaches the course on psychological type at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, CA. Previously, she co-taught the course with Jungian analyst John Beebe who designed the course. She has also developed curriculum materials and given trainings on Beebe’s eight-function model for Type Resources, Inc. Previously, she edited a variety of professional journals and taught in the humanities departments at Yale, Eastern Connecticut State University, and the University of Colorado. She is currently working on a book on leadership and the Trickster archetype.
Ambiversion: Ideal or Myth?
Active Imagination: Ne? Ni? Both?
How Do You Deal with a Narcissist?
What Divides Psychology & Typology?
Shadow Boxing with Fight Club
Casey Samulski studied literature Sarah Lawrence College in 2007, became MBTI®-certified in 2009, and is now attending in Columbia University’s MFA program for fiction. He is a published novelist and journalist for The New York Press, The Villager, and City Limits. His book on John Beebe‘s eight-function model will be published Summer of 2013. His talk on the Hero archetype at the APTi 2011 conference in San Francisco is available here – http://vimeo.com/37601655. He also blogs at his personal site – http://cssamulski.com
Cheryl Simon lives in Little Rock, Arkansas with her husband of 32 years, two adult sons, and two grandchildren. She obtained her doctorate in clinical psychology from Texas Tech University in 1986 and has been in private practice for 23 years, specializing in Jungian-based psychotherapy. Cheryl enjoys reading, biking, running, and singing, but her greatest joy is being with her grandchildren, her favorite teachers, who keep her life new and full of wonder.
Chris Beach is a Jungian analyst in Portland, Maine, working with individuals in analysis and with dream groups. He was introduced to the eight-fold model of psychological type in 1991 when John Beebe lectured at the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich. At that time, Chris had three dreams about the model. Since then he has used it extensively in his analytic and group practices.
Type and Archetype in Dreams
Christine Towne Drucker, Ph.D., (INFJ) graduated from the Mythological Studies program at Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2007. Her dissertation is entitled “Once Upon a Type: Mythological Dimensions of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.” She is a certified MBTI® practitioner. In 2009-2011 she was Executive Director of the Philemon Foundation during the publication launch of Jung’s Red Book. As a Certified Life Cycle Celebrant, she creates personalized wedding ceremonies, as well as celebration of life memorial services. email@example.com
The Ugly Duckling
Deborah Quibell maintains a private healing and mentoring practice in Atlanta, GA. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Depth Psychology with an emphasis in Jungian and Archetypal Studies at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She holds a B.S. from Cornell University (magna cum laude) and an MPH from Emory University (cum laude). As a senior practitioner and instructor in Pranic Healing, a writer, and yoga studio owner, she has a deep love for the inner life, poetry, and what moves us creatively.
Diane M. Goodman is a California attorney and mediator. She mediates family law disputes as well as handling family formation matters. She received her J.D. from the University of La Verne School of Law in 1984 and her M.A. in depth psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2014. Ms. Goodman is the author of the parentage chapter of Practice Under the California Family Code published by CEB. She regularly lectures on family law issues to bar associations and community organizations.
Seeing and Being Seen in Mediation
Doris Fuellgrabe, German ENFJ, uses personality type and cultural frameworks to help expatriates be effective and feel at home abroad, faster. A BA in HR management, she lived and worked in Germany, the UK, Spain, and Mexico before arriving in the USA in 2007. She is an MBTI® Master Practitioner and holds certifications in Interaction Styles and Neuroscience of Type. She will present findings from her ongoing research into type, culture, and expat adaptation at the 2013 APTi Conference (www.buildingthelifeyouwant.com).
Crossing Cultures with Type
Douglass J. Wilde, Ph.D., received his doctorate in chemical engineering at Berkeley, and spent 26 years on the engineering faculty at Stanford. He has seven years’ experience in industrial and naval engineering and received three prizes from engineering societies. His publications include 100 articles on optimization and control, four books on optimization, and two on applied psychology: Teamology: Construction and Organization of Effective Teams and Jung’s Personality Theory Quantified. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Double Introverts, Dual Extraverts
Elizabeth Hirsh (INFP) and Katherine Hirsh (INTP) are the principals of HirshWorks, LLC, a management and coaching consultancy devoted to improving the performance of individuals, groups, teams, and organizations in their decision making, leadership, team work, facilitation, writing, and teaching, in order to increase personal and professional satisfaction and development. Their recent book, coauthored with James Peak, Introduction to Type® and Reintegration: A Framework for Managing the Transition Home, explores the value of type in the context of service personnel (military, government, NGO, rescue/first-responder, etc.) transitioning home from a deployment. They are also co-authors ofIntroduction to Type® and Decision Making; the second edition of Introduction to Type® and Teams; and the second and third editions of The MBTI®Teambuilding Program: Leader’s Resource Guide with Sandra K. Hirsh. Their blog, the Self-Discovery Digest(www.selfdiscoverydigest.com), is dedicated to encouraging people to live the best life possible despite the ups and downs of human experience.
Soldier and Seeker
Hanne Urhøj is a Jungian analyst (IAAP) in private practice in Copenhagen, Denmark. In her practice Hanne uses the structure of archetypal pairs of opposites in John Beebe’s model on a daily basis, “to help clients not only to understand the plots in the inner drama but to spot what is usually being projected.” She has a Master’s degree from Roskilde University in sociological and technological planning and for many years has been a consultant in organizational change.
Archetypes in a Portrait of Bob Dylan*
Hasmik Israelyan, M.A., was born in Armenia where she studied piano at Tchaikovsky Professional Music School. After moving to the U.S., she studied psychology and worked as a behavioral therapist and consultant for families of children with developmental disabilities. She became a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming at UC-Santa Cruz, studied autism at UC-Davis, and Applied Behavior Analysis at the Florida Institute of Technology. She is now working on her doctorate in Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute.
Autism in Depth
Hong-Wen Chen, M.D., Ph.D., (INFP) is a radiation oncologist residing in New York City. She served as the head of the hospice ward at Mackay Memorial Hospital, the President of the Taiwan Hospice Organization, and an Associate Professor at the MacKay Junior College of Medicine, Nursing, and Management in Taipei. She is certified by the Taiwan Board of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and the Taiwan Board of Radiation Oncology, and is currently pursuing a second Ph.D. in Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute.
Death and Dying in Taiwan
James Kennard (INTP) is a private wealth investment manager, based in Sydney, Australia. The former downhill ski racer is now a dedicated yoga practitioner and studio co-owner with his wife and yoga teacher, Ananda. He graduated in 2006 from Colorado College, with a B.A. in Philosophy and minor in Psychoanalysis, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Depth Psychology at Pacific Graduate Institute.
Nietzsche on “Self-Overcoming”
Jane Shaw teaches craniosacral therapy internationally with a clinical practice in Northern Ireland focusing on trauma recovery for women. She holds an M.A. in Jungian and archetypal psychology, and is pursuing a Ph.D. at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Before training as a craniosacral therapist, with an undergraduate degree in economics, Jane worked for many years in business and finance, her last position being Finance Director of a boutique PR agency in London, working with high profile media and entertainment clients. janeeshaw.com
Resurrecting the Feeling Function
After careers in journalism and financial services, Jeffrey Lauterbach, J.D., counsels wealthy families regarding family governance and all aspects of their lives. He is a Ph.D. candidate with a concentration in Jungian and archetypal psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute.
Golf: A Game of Individuation
Jennifer Soper (INFJ), co-editor of Personality Type in Depth, has an Honors degree in English from the University of Manchester in the UK. After further professional training, she worked as a career counselor with teenagers and young adults in the UK. A Licensed Professional Counselor in North Carolina, she works at Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, NC, where she uses psychological type to tutor students of all ages in study skills and writing. She received the Innovations in Training and Education award from APTi Southern Region.
The Integrity of Carl Jung
John Beebe, MD, is a psychiatrist and past President of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. He is the creator of the Eight-Function-Attitude, Eight-Archetype Model of types. Books he has produced as author, co-author, or editor include Integrity in Depth;Psychiatric Treatment: Crisis, Clinic and Consultation; The Presence of the Feminine in Film; C. G. Jung’s Aspects of the Masculine; and Terror, Violence and the Impulse to Destroy. He is currently involved in preparing an edition of Jung’s 1915 correspondence with Hans Schmid, a first-generation Jungian analyst, on the subject of psychological types.
Facing Our Expectations
Typing the Group Mind: Part Two
Typing the Group Mind, Part I
Kartik Subbarao (ENTP) is an independent IT consultant with over 20 years of industry experience in a variety of engineering and technical leadership positions, including 16 years at Hewlett-Packard. He was the founding Global Lead for HP’s Open Source and Linux Profession, a community of practice for thousands of open source technologists across the company. Kartik has a B.S. from Princeton University and an M.S. from Stanford University. His website is kartiksubbarao.com.
The Map vs. the Territory of Type
Katherine W. Hirsh (INTP) is the President-Elect of APT International and has been using psychological type in coaching, consulting, education, and personal, professional and faculty development for over 20 years.
Question of the Day
Kiley Q. Laughlin is a Major in the U.S. Army Reserves based in Northern California who works in military intelligence. He has served in Bolivia (1995), Bosnia (2003-2004), Iraq (2004-2008), and Kosovo (2009). During his multiple deployments, he has liaised with various federal agencies, including the FBI and the U.S. State Department. He has also taught military science at UC-Davis in California and has worked in Veteran Affairs. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Pacifica Graduate Institute.
The Spectrum of Consciousness
The Archetypal Leader
Laura Simon manages human resource and business operations for an insurance intermediary. Previously, as Director of Leadership Development for the company, she designed a program to effectively rank the company’s leaders and assisted in the launch of an in-house leadership development school. Laura earned her MBA degree from the University of Tampa with a concentration in Management and her law degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. She is certified to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® as well as other assessments.
Workplace Dys-Functions: ENFJ/ESTJ
Lauren Morgan Wuest, MA, LMFT-A, (INFJ) is a licensed psychotherapist in Austin, Texas. Through her private practice, Soulful Psychotherapy, Lauren Morgan aims to provide individuals, couples, and families with opportunities for healing and self-exploration. She specializes in Jungian dreamwork, early childhood trauma, and Emotion Focused Couples Therapy. She is also a third-year doctoral candidate in the Depth Psychology program at Pacifica Graduate Institute, with an emphasis in Jungian and Archetypal Studies.
The Animus and Transformative Grief
Laurie B. Lippin, Ph.D. specializes in training, consulting, coaching and teambuilding in the arena of diversity and cultural competence for her business Lippin & Associates. She holds a Ph.D. in Adult Education and teaches at UC Davis where she was awarded Lecturer of the Year in 2008. She is a former APTi Qualifying Training Faculty and current Co-Coordinator of the Diversity, Multicultural, and International Interest Area of APTi. She co-authoredUnraveling Whiteness (Kendall/Hunt, 2001, 2008) and can be reached at email@example.com or 707-792-9935.
Type and Other Biases
Liana Lianov, M.D., M.P.H., FACPM, is Associate Professor at the University of California Davis and founder of HealthType, a health promotion consulting service that highlights the role of personality on health behaviors. She recently directed a national coaching program in healthy nutrition, physical activity and stress management. Previously she served as director of the American Medical Association’s Healthy Lifestyles Division. She is President-Elect of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine and a board member of the American College of Preventive Medicine.
Using Type for Healthy Habits
Lisa Schuetz has trained in Gestalt approaches to graphology, and is pursuing graduate work in Jungian psychology at Saybrook University. Her essay, “Reading the Energy of Thought,” was published inAudacious Aging (Elite Books, 2010) alongside those of Joan Borysenko, Deepak Chopra, Nikki Giovanni, Andrew Weil, and Howard Zinn, among others. Her research thesis, Sacred Proportion in Handwriting as an Indicator of Body/Mind Balance, was the topic of a presentation given at the Annual Canadian Energy Psychology conference in November 2010.
Freud & Jung: Written Revelations
Partnering Type with Graphology
Mark Hunziker, co-editor of Personality Type in Depth, is a coach, teacher, and consultant whose professional goal is to help clients lead lives of greater authenticity, effectiveness, integrity, and well-being. He is the founder of Wellness Resources of Vermont, co-author of Jung’s Mental Processes: Building Blocks of Personality Type (2006), author of Depth Typology: C. G. Jung, Isabel Myers, John Beebe and The Guide Map to Becoming Who We Are (2016), former APTi Health and Wellness Interest Area Consultant, principal developer of the Integrated Problem-Solving™ training system, and a faculty member at the Jungian Center for the Spiritual Sciences.
Unconscious Insights to the Rescue*
Heaven, Earth, and Underworld
What Type Is Your Pet?
The Dark Side of Profiles
Is Trauma the Mother of Growth?
Do You Trust Your Dominant Function?
Markey Read, M.A. (ENFJ), is a consultant and trainer in Vermont where she focuses on leadership and team development, entrepreneurship, and professional/career planning. She has been using and researching psychological type since 1994 and was a certification provider for many years. She is the author of Your Cast of Characters: A Guide to Leadership Development; Charting the Course & Landing the Job (6th ed.); Launching & Growing Your Entrepreneurial Dream; and Time for a Change. Markey is the principal at Career Networks, Inc.
How Timelines Move Goal Lines
Marlowe C. Embree (INFP), Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Marathon County, where he developed psychology courses in the areas of careers, religion, death and dying, and leadership. He also heads a consulting firm specializing in soft-skills training, outplacement, and employment interventions. He is the author of the book, Self-Managing Your Career, and was named a Wisconsin Idea Fellow in 2004 and SGA Professor of the Year in 2011.
Defusing Cultural Polarization
Presidential Personas, Historic Cycles
Mediating Political Differences
Marta Koonz is a solutions consultant and MBTI® certification trainer for CPP, Inc., the exclusive publisher of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.® She has an M.A. in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, with a focus in Jungian and Archetypal Studies. She is currently a doctoral student, researching her dissertation on the individuation of psychological type.
Seeing One’s Self
Mary Anne Sutherland (ISFP) worked for the Calgary School Board (Canada) for 32 years in grades K-12, serving variously as an Instructor, Learning Strategist, Assistant Principal, and Learning Diversity Advisor. She consults periodically with the National Sports School and was a speaker at the Brain Conference in San Diego in 2004 and the APTi conference in 2005. She was trained in the first MBTI Certification group in the early 1980s, and also had training by Mary McCaulley and Gordon Lawrence.
Type and Exceptional Learners
A Place for All Types of Learners
Maryann Barone-Chapman, MSc, AJA, IAAP, is a Jungian analyst in private practice in London. Previous publications include “The Hunger to Fill an Empty Space” in the Journal of Analytical Psychology(2007, 52:4) and “Pregnant Pause: Procreative Desire, Reproductive Technology and Narrative Shifts at Midlife” in Body, Mind and Healing After Jung, A Space of Questions, Raya Jones, ed. (Routledge, 2011). She has an essay forthcoming in Analysis and Alchemy, Dale Mathers, ed., “Sulphur Rises From the Blackened Body” (Routledge, 2013).
Dreaming The Dream On
Pam Rechel, (M.A., M.B.A., M.S.) ENFJ, has multiple advanced degrees: an M.A. from the Leadership Institute of Seattle (LIOS) in Coaching and Consulting in Organizations, an M.B.A. from George Washington University in Information Technology, and an M.S. in Education Administration from Syracuse University. Her coaching certifications are from the Newfield Network Coach Program and the International Coach Federation, Professional Certified Coach (PCC). She has facilitated Myers-Briggs team workshops for 20+ years in the U.S. as well as Singapore, Taiwan, and Ireland. Her website is: Braveheart Consulting.
Coaching Abrasive Leaders
Philippe De Sainte Maresville (ISFP) has spent over twenty-eight years in international management in the IT sector. In 2000 he began to focus on linking Jungian typology to neuroscience and body movement, and he founded HOXIXOH, a company based in Grenoble, France, providing research, consulting, training, and coaching, for both end-users of type and professional practitioners. Additionally, he creates tools for personal development and team management. He is the co-author of Découvrir les fonctions Jungiennes (2013).
Jung’s Third Dimension
Mixing Right and Left
Polly Young-Eisendrath, PhD, is a public speaker, a Jungian analyst, and a psychologist with a fulltime practice in Vermont. She is also a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology at the University of Vermont. She has published thirteen books that have been translated into more than twenty languages, including The Resilient Spirit, Women and Desire, and The Cambridge Companion to Jung. Website: http://young-eisendrath.com/
Type, Psychoanalysis & Meditation
As president of Type Resources, Bob McAlpine leads trainings on type and the eight functions, and he co-authored a book on that subject. He designed and managed leadership assessment and development programs for hundreds of army officers in the U.S. Army’s Organizational Leadership and TQM Programs for Executives. Together with John Beebe, he co-designs workshops to introduce Beebe’s Eight-Function-Attitude, Eight-Archetype model. He also leads training in applying the Beebe model to teamwork, problem-solving, meeting management, and executive coaching.
Changing My Mind
Shen Heyong is a member of the International Association of Analytical Psychology (IAAP) and of the International Society for Sandplay Therapy. He is the president of newly formed C.G. Jung Institute of China, a developing group of the IAAP, and also the Professor of Analytical Psychology at South China Normal University in Guangzhou. With the support of IAAP, he was the leading organizer of the five Conferences on Analytical Psychology and Chinese Culture in Guangzhou in 1998, 2002, 2006, and those in Shanghai in 2009 and in Macao in 2012. He has authored several books on analytical psychology in Chinese, which he relates to the Chinese psychology of the “heart.” He has also edited a series of translations into Chinese of books by Jung and Jungian authors.
Shadow and Individuation in China
Sophia Dunn holds a postgraduate diploma in Clinical Psychotherapy from King’s College London, and an MSc in Counselling Psychology from City University. Her training focus was in the treatment of personality disorder. In her private practice and her teaching at a major London hospital, she makes extensive use of existential, neurobiological, cognitive, and Buddhist insights, as well as an understanding of the clinical applications of the MBTI®. She is a past President of the British Association for Psychological Type.
Honey, I J’d the Cat
Anxiety and the Energy Attitude
Stephanie Puentes is the Principal of Puentes Consulting, based in the San Francisco Bay Area, specializing in training, consulting, and teambuilding in the areas of diversity and cultural competence. After a 28-year career in the high tech industry she founded Puentes Consulting to pursue her passion for a more inclusive and multicultural world. She is a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) practitioner and for the last two years served as Co-coordinator of the APTi Diversity Multicultural & International Interest Area.
Type and Other Biases, Part II
Steve Myers has used typology in his career as a consultant and researcher for nearly a quarter of a century. He holds a master’s degree in Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies from the University of Essex and was the first winner of the David Holt Prize. Co-author of the Type Mapping System with Roy Childs, he is currently pursuing Ph.D. research based on analytical psychology, and has a blog dedicated to the practical applications of Jung’s theories, http://steve.myers.co.
Ambiversion and Individuation
Steve brings 20 years of experience as a corporate trainer and coach. Through his company, Whiteford Resources, he coaches and leads workshops in Presentation, Constructive Conflict, Leadership Development, and related communication topics including career development. Steve is certified in Emotional Intelligence (EQi/EQi360) and the MBTI®. He has directed and narrated corporate videos, and worked in stage, film, and television productions. His writing credits include the Bulletin of Psychological Type, Entrepreneur, TWA’s Ambassador, Training & Development Journal, Idea Magazine, and Air-America Radio.
Something’s Trickster in Denmark
Susan Viglione (ENFJ) has over thirty years of experience in the field of construction management and is a senior project director at Harvard University, leading a group of project managers in the planning and implementation of capital projects. She holds a B.A. in Philosophy and an M.S. in Civil Engineering from Stanford University, an M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Lesley University, and is pursuing her Ph.D. in Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute.
Becoming Captain Kirk
Vicky Jo Varner, M.A., is an MBTI® Master Practitioner, a certified Interactive Guided Imagery Practitioner, a certified Job and Career Development Coach (JCDC), a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach with CTI (CPCC), and also a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coaches Federation. Currently she is pursuing a doctorate in depth psychology (with an emphasis on Jungian and Archetypal Studies) from Pacifica Graduate Institute. A frequent presenter at type conferences, she may be contacted via:
www.TypeInsights.com and www.VirtualTypeWorkshops.com.
A Broken Personality Repairs Itself
Walter R. Smith, D.Min., INFJ, is an ordained Presbyterian minister (PCUSA), a Master Practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®), and a Certified Temperament Professional™. He is also Past President of the Research Triangle Chapter of the Association for Psychological Type International (APTi) in Durham, North Carolina. He has presented workshops both locally and nationally on such subjects as The Red Book, Type and Communication, How the Temperaments Sabotage Themselves, Applying Type to Writing, and Accessing the Feminine.
Conversations with Satan
3000 Years of Type Dis-Integration
Yin Fang, Ph.D., is a faculty member at Dali University in Dali, China, and a member of the Chinese Association for Analytical Psychology (CAAP). Having studied analytical psychology for several years, she has published several articles on analytical psychology in Chinese.
Shadow and Individuation in China