The Myers Briggs does not attempt to define a static, predefined personality type, but rather helps to provide pathways to a greater understanding of self and others, while also helping to identify strengths, weaknesses, and limitations as well as provide opportunities for personal, professional or spiritual growth.

The Myers Briggs/HSP Overlay class is offered four times each year: Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring.

“Healing may not be so much about getting better, as about letting go of everything that isn’t you – all of the expectations, all of the beliefs – and becoming who you are.”

Myers Briggs with an HSP Overlay Online class:  Spring 2024 Session 
Three Saturdays:
March 16, 23 and 30
Time:  11:00 am – 12:30 pm (Mountain.) 
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There are three parts to this online (Zoom) workshop:

Part One: 1.5 – 2 hours, Saturday, 
March 16, 2024
After learning about the 8 preferences and what they measure, AND, most importantly, how they overlap the HSP trait, you will self-identify your MBTI type. We will use the statistically valid and reliable 144 question inventory for final clarification.

Part Two: 1.5 hours – 2 hours, Saturday, March 23, 2024
You will learn about the Dominant, Auxiliary, Tertiary, and the Least Preferred functions of your type as identified in Part One. This is perhaps one of the most overlooked, yet crucial aspects of learning about type and how to apply it in your life.

Part Three: 1.5 hours, Saturday, March 30, 2024
We will use this time to share what we have learned and integrated about our Myers Briggs type and our HSP self-identity, plus time for questions and answers. 

Here are additional things you will learn in this Myers Briggs/HSP Overlay class:
  • To differentiate between five temperaments: introversion, extroversion, the sensitive introvert, the sensitive extrovert, the ambivert
  • Why many HSPs may have felt they were “swimming upstream” from the dominant culture
  • Why many HSPs may have felt more challenged to meet goals they have set for themselves
  • The major confusion about the HSP Extravert – and why there may be more sensitive extroverts than we previously thought – (Hint: social anxiety ?)
  • Why someone might have different scores each time they have taken a Myers Briggs assessment
  • Why scoring “right in between” two preferences such as the J and P or E and I does not indicate one is “well-balanced” between the two
  • About your least preferred function (the inferior function) and why this is crucial to what Carl Jung called full type spiritual individuation, and how the least preferred function can serve you
  • Why we need all 16 types and why HSPs need non-HSPs and vice versa;
  • To better understand the similarities and differences among people
  • How your family of origin or school experience may have erroneously influenced your authentic self; and
  • How Differential Susceptibility can affect how affect your introvert or extrovert preferences

Cost: $275 which includes the extensive handout package and the 4.5 – 6 hour group consultation time, which is dependent upon group size. If you are a past participant of an HSP Gathering Retreat, take 10% off = $247.50. You will need to register, make payment and complete the online assessment no later than Wednesday, March 13, 2024, at 5:00 pm Mountain time.

One of the main goals of the Myers Briggs/HSP Overlay class is for you to leave with a solid understanding of your type. However, in certain instances, a personal consultation may be needed in order to clarify the confusion surrounding your authentic type. In this case, additional charges would apply.

"Good type development can be achieved at any age by anyone who cares to understand his or her own gifts and the appropriate use of those gifts.”

Registration

Myers Briggs with an HSP Overlay
Register for the Spring 2024 Session~~ Make payment and complete the Myers Briggs assessment no later than Wednesday, March 13 at 5 p.m. Mountain.     Instructions about how to take the statically valid & reliable assessment and join our Zoom class which will be sent to you upon registration.  
Three Saturdays:  11:00 am  – 12:30 pm (Mountain) 
Part One:  March 16, 2024
Part Two:  March 23, 2024
Part Three:  March 30, 2024

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Myers Briggs with HSP Overlay

What is the Myers Briggs Type Inventory?

The MBTI is an introspective questionnaire based on the conceptual theory proposed by Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung. It provides insight into how one gets their sense of energy renewed, how one perceives the world around them, how they come to conclusions about the world they have just perceived, and, if given a choice, how one would prefer to adapt to daily life. Four psychological categories are explored including: introversion/extraversion, sensing/intuition, thinking/feeling, judging/perceiving. Each person is said to have one preferred quality from each of the four categories, producing a unique type out of 16 possible types. When fully informed about type, one understands that full type spiritual development, as defined by Jung, is a process that can be learned and applied throughout the life span. Sensory Processing Sensitivity is not accounted for in the original Myers Briggs, which is why I developed my Myers Briggs/HSP Overlay course.

“When people differ, a knowledge of type lessens friction and eases strain. In addition it reveals the value of differences. No one has to be good at everything.”

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Depth of Processing

Depth of processing is the most basic aspect of our SPS trait, and results in the deep, rich inner life most HSPs experience. Research has shown more brain activation in the prefrontal cortex and in a part of the brain called the insula which has sometimes been referred to as the ‘seat of consciousness.’ This creates the tendency to reflect more than others about the “way the world is going or “the meaning of life.” By integrating information and experiences, from both past and present, the HSP’s unique depth of processing can enable a sense and understanding of longer term consequences and may be able to influence future decisions with more creative and expansive thought.