Thursday, November 21, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM PST
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Campus Commons Clubhouse
650 Commons Dr.
2nd Floor
Sacramento, CA 95825

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SacAPT Board of Directors


Taming YOUR Mr. Hyde

How Different Types Respond to Stress

Facilitated by Julie Wright 


Do you notice that when your life is humming along, you behave in a way that's consistent with your type preferences? But when tired or under stress, your gentle Dr Jekyll turns into vicious Mr. Hyde?

Join us on Thursday, November 21st, when we explore how our seemingly out-of-character behaviors are actually predictable, adaptive, and necessary expressions of our normal personalities.

Based on the works of Naomi L. Quenk -- Was That Really Me? and In The Grip: Understanding Type, Stress, and the Inferior Function -- Julie will facilitate a highly interactive discussion to help you discover:

  • What are you like when you are most yourself?
  • What are you like when you are not yourself?
  • What events or circumstances are likely to cause the reactions and changes you experience?
  • How can you use your knowledge of type to help you return to your more typical self?
  • How can you apply this to help others?

Thursday, November 21, 2019  6 to 8 p.m.

Networking and refreshments begin at 5:30

Campus Commons Clubhouse, 650 Commons Dr., Sacramento, CA 95825

Note: we are now meeting on the 2nd floor.

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Current SacAPT members FREE. First-time visitors $0;

Returning visitors $45. Students: Half the relevant Visitor fee. 


Julie Wright, M.S., is a Certified MBTIģ Practitioner and is an active member of both SacAPT and BAAPT. She received APTI’s Excellence in Leadership Award in recognition of her work with both chapters. Julie is owner of Wright On Your Money, a personal money management business, and has many years of experience  applying type in a corporate setting as a project manager and corporate trainer. She has ENFJ preferences.