Offering individual and group assessment of personality through the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®) for professional development and growth in person (Burlington) and virtually online (across Ontario).
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®) is a widely used personality assessment tool that helps individuals and groups understand their personality traits and how they perceive and interact with the world around them. The MBTI® was developed by psychologists Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter Isabel Briggs Myers, and is based on the theories of psychiatrist Carl Jung.
Based on the scores in each of these dimensions, individuals are assigned a four-letter personality type, such as ENFJ (extraverted, intuitive, feeling, judging) or ISTJ (introverted, sensing, thinking, judging).
The Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator is often used in a variety of settings, including personal development, education, career counselling, and as a tool for professional development growth. It can be helpful in understanding your own strengths and weaknesses, and in finding a career or other activities that are a good fit for your personality. We offer implementation of the MBTI® into individual psychotherapy session as well as offer group MBTI® assessment options for professional growth and team development.
Are you a clinical psychotherapy supervisor looking for ways to enhance your supervision skills and support the growth and development of your supervisees? Have you considered implementing understanding of your personalities to support the overall supervision relationship?
The MBTI® offers a range of features and benefits specifically designed to meet the needs of clinical psychotherapy supervisors and their professional growth and development. Some of these include:
With our MBTI® supervision package, you’ll have all the tools and resources you need to provide high-quality supervision and support the professional growth of your supervisees.
All participants will receive a welcome email package introducing you to the concept of personality type and the basic principles of the MBTI®. This includes an overview of the four dimensions of personality assessed by the MBTI® (extraversion vs. introversion, sensing vs. intuition, thinking vs. feeling, and judging vs. perceiving) and the 16 possible personality types.
At the bottom of the email will be a unique link (to all participants) to an online assessment tool of the MBTI®.
Hi, I’m Justine.
I am a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), a Certified MBTI® Professional, and currently completing my counselling internship under the supervision of Christina Janiga. I have administered and implemented the Meyers Briggs Type Indicator for individuals and groups across various settings. This includes working with individuals in search of a career suited to their personality, and as a professional tool for group settings to help them with both professional growth and team development.
I enjoy working with this tool to help people increase their self-awareness into their own inner identity, identifying their innate strengths, and then implementing strategies to harness their strengths to improve their overall confidence, communication, and growth.
Christina Janiga and associated employees of Christina Janiga Psychotherapy offer virtual psychotherapy and couselling sessions through secure, Canada-based software called OnCall Health and JaneVideo. OnCall Health and JaneVideo are secure and encrypted online video platforms that meet all of Canada’s privacy requirements and laws.
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