Association for Psychological Type International

The Association for Psychological Type International (APTi), founded in 1979, is an international membership organization open to any individual interested in personality type. APTi Members come from a variety of backgrounds and professions including business and industry, organizational development, religion, education, psychotherapy, and counseling. Members seek to extend the development, research, applications and ethical use of type theory. APTi is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

APTi is undergoing a few changes. We are transforming our organization from a professional association model to a grassroots community model. We will no longer have office staff so we ask that you give us a little time after sending in a communication. We promise we will get back to you in a timely manner with the information you are seeking. Contact us at apti.contactus@gmail.com.

Our new mailing address is:
APTi
PO Box 4538
Itasca, IL 60143

For more information about our reorganization, click here.

BULLETIN OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TYPE 

Volume 41, Issue 2: 

This is the first APTi book review for the 2017 edition of The Bulletin of Psychological Type.
Doing a book review is incredibly time consuming. We are very appreciative both of Katherine’s expertise and of the donation of her time to produce this very helpful review of Pierre Cauvin & Geneviève Cailloux’s interesting and useful book.
Happy Type Watching to you, and Happy Type Reading, too.

Becoming Who You Are With the Intelligence of Self: Understanding One's Psychological Type and Developing Fully with Voice Dialogue
By Pierre Cauvin & Geneviève Cailloux, Bloomington, IN: Balboa Press, pp. 245, 2016

By Katherine W Hirsh

Cauvin and Cailloux's intent in writing this book is to provide a guide for professionals to use to conduct their own development work so that they may become more effective and authentic in their work with clients. As they say in the sentences just preceding the epigraph above,
"Intelligence of Self is more than just a method that we apply to others without looking at ourselves; it is a way to look at ourselves and the world. It is a way to feel, to understand, and to act.." .....................................

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