Psychological Type in Children
|Presenter||: Dr Karina de Bruin|
|CDP Points||: 3 CEUs|
Who should attend
Parents, teachers, psychologists, counsellors or anyone else working with children.
Every Child Appreciated, Every Child Engaged!
Does the line “Every child appreciated, every child engaged” (MMTIC®) resonate with you? If so, then you might be interested in understanding the value of psychological type in children. Psychological type can be used very successfully as a workable framework for understanding the differences between children and adults, whether it’s a parent, teacher, therapist or mentor. This in turn has an impact on the way they communicate with one another. By understanding the different personality types, adults can increase their awareness of more effective ways to help children grow and develop their unique gifts and talents, while at the same time developing more supportive and secure relationships with their children, students or patients. Understanding the children in your care’s personality type will influence all areas of your interactions with them, including conflict management, motivation, meeting emotional needs and general communication, to name but a few.
- Applying the use of psychological type as framework to understand individual differences
- Experiencing the idea of type as in-born preference
- Introducing Jung’s theory of psychological type
- Characteristics of different psychological types
- How to measure psychological type in children
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