Welcome to our BAPT Events page, where you can find out more information about Type events in the UK or accessible by UK people, and non-profit or discounted for BAPT members.
Sat-Sun 23-24 Sep | 10:00 – 18:00 | £69 standard/£49 earlybird | Ealing, London A cross-cultural journey of psychological development. BAPT proudly presents a weekend of stimulating workshops from Dr Jeff G. Hart (USA). These two days will enhance or re-awaken your self-awareness and work with Psychological Type. Explore ideas about lifelong Type development and fascinating […]
NW_Type is a group that meets regularly in central Manchester. It’s for people interested in exploring the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Jungian personality theory. Read here about our first session. This is an informal meeting. In addition to other discussions, Dave Harrison (Co-Creation) will share some ‘strengths’ experience! Tuesday 3 Oct 6 – 8pm https://madlab.org.uk/ We ask £10 […]
Tue 17 Oct| 10:00 – 13:00 | Colmore Row | FREE About the session We’re excited to welcome Richard Owen MSc to speak to us about his Personality Parts™ model, which he has developed to help make John Beebe’s Depth Typology (eight function / eight archetype model) more accessible. It also brings a new paradigm to how […]
26 Oct | 1 day with lunch | Maidenhead | special BAPT price £114 Build on your knowledge of Psychological Type The Type Dynamics Indicator (TDI®) is a powerful instrument that still uses the familiar 4 letter code but which makes the exploration of Type a considerably richer journey. This course is for people looking to […]
20-21 Nov | King’s Park, Northampton | full board You are invited to attend the annual symposium of the Network for Psychological Type and Christian Faith. The aim of the Network’s symposia is to provide opportunities for Christian MBTI practitioners and others interested in the relationship between Jung’s model of psychological type and the Christian […]
Missed the webinar? HERE IT IS! What the MBTI is – and what it is not. Also Answering Type’s Critics – Hile’s handout, summarising the key content.