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A Question of Values: How they Operate for Both Feeling and Thinking Types - Sandra Nelson, M.A.
Saturday, May 28, 2022, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT
Category: APTi Chapter Events

This virtual program is presented by the Sacramento Association for Psychological Type (SacAPT) chapter.


Do Thinking types have values? Of course they do, but Thinkers often hold values that are different in quality and kind than Feeling types. They may, however, be less conscious of how values influence their decisions.  Even Feeling types may not be as aware as they might be about their decision-making process.  Whether we have a preference for Thinking or Feeling, values form the foundation of our life choices and the basis of our self-esteem.  They have a powerful motivational component, and they guide our actions on a daily basis. 

In this workshop we will:

  • Clarify misconceptions around how Thinkers weigh emotional content in making decisions    
  • Clarify misconceptions around the feeling function and emotions
  • Take the Rokeach Values Survey, the most researched values instrument published 
  • Learn how values impact your life cognitively, affectively and behaviorally 
  • Explore the relationship of your chosen values to your type preferences
  • Become more conscious of how your preferred values serve you in making choices


​Following registration for the program, participants will receive an email with information to join the virtual presentation on Zoom.


About the Presenter

Sandra Nelson, M.A., ENFJ. Over the past twenty-five years, Sandra has developed new applications of type on the topics of spirituality, organizational values and stress management, all of which she has presented at APT International Conferences. She was one of the founding members of SacAPT and now serves on its Board