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Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM PDT
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    Chetcuti Room • Millbrae Public Library
                          450 Poplar Avenue
                         Millbrae, CA  94030

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Saturday October 14, 2017 • 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 

Sensing and Sensibility

 Presented By 

Vicky Jo Varner (INFJ preferences)

Members:  Free • Visitors:  $35
 NOTE:  Members may bring first-time guests at no charge

New! Please note that we begin at 9:00 a.m.  with refreshments and facilitated networking. The presenter begins at 9:30.

A majority of APTi members (and type enthusiasts) are said to have a preference for intuition. Perhaps for this reason, sensation is among the most poorly understood of the eight psychic functions as Jung identified them in his typology scheme. Many definitions of sensation found online are bunk, and it is frequently disrespected as a vital process.

During this interactive, multi-media presentation, Vicky Jo will bring you to a better understanding of the sensing function. We will explore the sensing function in depth, including:

  • What does sensation look like?
  • What does sensation feel like?
  • What does sensation contribute typologically?
  • How did Jung define sensation?
  • How do other type experts (such as John Beebe) define sensation?
  • How do introverted and extraverted sensation differ?
  • Why are sensation types sometimes hard to spot?

 This presentation is geared to all level type learners.

Vicky Jo Varner is a Type Discovery Artist & MBTI® Master Practitioner. She holds a Master's degree in Depth Psychology form Pacifica Graduate Institute, and is working on her Ph.D., currently in her dissertation phase. Vicky Jo is a life coach, specializing in using multiple models of psychological type with individuals, couples, and work groups. She is also PCC, CPCC, IGIP, JCDC, and ORSCer! (Ask her what these mean).

Vicky Jo is the author of Type Insights audio CD, and Can You Spot It: Recognizing the 8 Cognitive Processes online training course. She has authored several articles on type and reviewed two of John Beebe's books.

Vicky Jo has INFJ preferences.

Learn more at Vicky Jo's web site, Facebook and Linkedin: Vicky Jo Varner