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Applications of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® in Counseling
Applications of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® in Counseling

Through her extensive use of the MBTI instrument in college counseling and in private practice, Judith Provost, Ph.D., shares her counseling experiences with 18 clients representing all 16 types and a wide range of ages. Written with the counselor in mind, this book recommends ways to help students and couples and explores the applications of multicultural counseling principles when using the Indicator.

Compass of the Soul
Compass of the Soul

In this groundbreaking work, author John Giannini offers an in-depth and often philosophical and autobiographical exploration of psychological type that seeks to reconcile type and archetype in Jung's original and subsequent works. Developing the larger implications of the functional couplings is one of Giannini's main objectives in Compass of the Soul.

Father, Son and Healing Ghosts
Father, Son and Healing Ghosts

"My Father was killed the first night the Marines landed on Saipan. I was two months old. He was twenty-three. This is the story of my search for him and, finally, for myself."Father, Son, and Healing Ghosts is a story of soul work, of finding one's self, and of healing lifelong wounds. Employing the rich Jungian symbolism from the movie "Field of Dreams," as well as his own experiences with Jung's philosophy, Anthony T.

Ideas and Evidence
Ideas and Evidence

Author Rowan Bayne evaluates and explores theory and practice in the world of the MBTI instrument. Bayne delves into a variety of type-related topics and prompts readers to examine the research surrounding personality terminology and descriptors. Discover how MBTI theory relates to critical thinking and research skills.

Mapping the Organizational Psyche
Mapping the Organizational Psyche

Today's organizations face many challenges; change is occurring more rapidly than ever before, nations of the world continue to become more economically linked, and corporations are looking for partners, oftentimes in not so likely places. Traditional business strategies work, but to be truly effective a leader needs to understand the dynamics that take place beneath the surface, the things that are not so easily seen.

MMTIC Online Elementary
MMTIC Online Elementary

MMTIC Online High School
MMTIC Online High School

MMTIC Online Middle School
MMTIC Online Middle School

Most Excellent Differences
Most Excellent Differences

Every student knows, and almost every teacher has forgotten, that the personality of the teacher is a crucial component of every class. This book suggests ways to think about the relationship of who we are to what we do as teachers. Chapter topics include making assignments, responding to student writing, personality and computers, and even type and library research.

One of a Kind
One of a Kind

Every child is unique and through the understanding of psychological type, parents can learn to recognize their children's special gifts and separate personalities. As one of the first books to focus on type in children, One of Kind offers clear and practical information for developing a deeper understanding of personality type.

Portraits of Self-Esteem
Portraits of Self-Esteem

Through an exploration of the 16 psychological types, author Bonnie Golden offers a unique and useful guide to enhancing self-esteem. Her work is based on surveys from more than 300 community college students, who comprise the composite profiles of how self-esteem is expressed by each of the 16 types.

Portraits of Type
Portraits of Type

The authors summarize more than 30 years of research with the MBTI assessment tool at the Institute of Personality Assessment and Research (IPAR). The IPAR method of assessing personality includes self-report personality and cognitive instruments, as well as observational measures. The results provide an unparalleled depth of information about the MBTI instrument and about the 16 types as seen by others.

Sundial
Sundial

Sundial is an interdisciplinary work about cognition and health that encompasses the disciplines of psychology, medicine, complementary healthcare, and spirituality. Author Barbara E. Bryden, Ph.D., considers the possible connections between psychological type and disease in a way that appeals to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® practitioner.

Type Tales (Hardcover)
Type Tales (Hardcover)

Author and artist Diane Farris uses innovative photography to illustrate four charming tales about canine friends Millie and Momo. Written for children grades one through five, these engaging stories address type in a way children will understand. By following Millie and Momo's daily adventures, children learn about the differences in personalities.

Write from the Start
Write from the Start

Learn how to break writer's block and reduce writing anxiety through the power of psychological type. This practical and enjoyable workbook helps make the writing process easier and more effective through an abundance of tools, examples, and exercises. Author Ann Loomis helps readers discover their natural gifts and relate better to their audiences.