About the Series
In our answer to the BBC Radio 4 programme, ‘A Life Scientific’, BAPT board member Richard Owen interviews experts, innovators and leading figures from the world of personality psychology. Hear stories, experiences, thoughts and opinions on current topics in Psychological Type – where is it now and where is it going? As the
- 7 Nov 2017 – Sarah Perrott (BAPT President, UK)
[please forgive our teething problems with the audio]
- 5 Dec 2017 – Jean-Luc Dupont (Métamorphoses, Belgium)
- 16 Jan 2018 – Jane Kise (Differentiated Coaching Associates, USA)
- 6 Feb 2018 – John Hackston (OPP Head of Thought Leadership, UK)
- 6 Mar 2018 – Dario Nardi (Neuroscientist, USA)
Originally formed in 1989, the British Association for Psychological Type (BAPT) is a charity which aims to provide a forum for practitioners and enthusiasts of psychological type systems – from HR professionals to self-employed coaches, students and people with a simple interest in Type – to come together to discuss, promote and enjoy exploration of the endlessly compelling world of type theory.
Through conferences, regional meetings, events, webinars, workshops, ongoing publications and resource archiving, the committed volunteers in BAPT encourage lively debate in a friendly, cooperative atmosphere where members can enjoy sharing their journey and growth within this stimulating subject.
About Richard Owen
Richard is a current board member / trustee and Treasurer of BAPT. As the founder of ‘Who Am I Really‘, he delivers courses, workshops and coaching in London and is supervised by renowned analyst John Beebe.
He has an MSc in Organisational Psychology, is an MBTI certified professional (Step 1 and 2) and a registered BPS personality test user. Richard had a previous career in many areas of the music business, including work as a bassist, sound engineer and promoter. In his spare time he enjoys Balboa swing dance, and loves the outdoors. Other interests include Reflexology and Shiatsu.