MBTI® Master Practitioner Credential Program



The MBTI® Master Practitioner Credential Program is an exciting, career enhancing opportunity for you to take your skills to the next level and be recognized for advanced understanding of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) instrument.

Working toward the MBTI® Master Practitioner credential increases your knowledge, experience, and skill in using psychological type in the application areas of your choosing. Achieving the credential sets you apart as someone who has attained a standard of excellence set by experts in the field of personality type.

The first step for being accepted into the MBTI® Master Practitioner Credential Program is successful completion of an MBTI® Certification Program. Once accepted, applicants work to acquire 40 hours of MBTI advanced training and 40 hours of experience in using the MBTI instrument in professional settings. The entire process is tracked through the program website.

One of the key benefits of becoming an MBTI® Master Practitioner is your ability to be part of a searchable network of experts found on a companion website, the MBTI® Referral Network. The referral network serves as a powerful marketing channel for increasing your visibility as a professional consultant, giving you an online professional profile that you maintain, and a built-in search engine so prospective clients can find you by region or area of expertise.

Learn more about taking your career to the next level at the MBTI® Master Practitioner Credential Program website.

If you are part of a training organization that offers advanced classes or programs using the MBTI assessment and you would like to learn about getting the continuing education credits from your courses approved for the program, see the How to Become a Program Provider section of the MBTI® Master Practitioner Credential Program website.


CAPT administers and maintains the MBTI® Master Practitioner Credential Program for The Myers-Briggs Company, the exclusive publisher of the MBTI instrument. For more information call 866.526.6284 or email .