The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® is a psychological instrument, and is restricted to use by certified professionals. Here are some options for identifying your MBTI® type:
- Check with your human resources or training offices, or similar offices in nearby universities. Many organizations offer the MBTI® to their employees, or the office may be able to refer you to a local practitioner.
- Arrange to take the MBTI® and discuss your results with Jennifer A. Keach. Contact me through the About & Contact page on this website to discuss service and rates.
- Take the MBTI®Complete, an online version without personal feedback. The service and rates are described on the website.
- Take the MBTI® Online with Personal Feedback through the Center for Applications of Psychological Type. The service and rates are described on the website.
- To find a certified MBTI practitioner geographically near you, contact your local chapter of the Association for Psychological Type International or the MBTI® Master Practitioner Referral Network.
If you are curious in learning more about the MBTI® without taking the assessment:
- Brief descriptions are found online through the Center for Application of Personality Type and the Myers & Briggs Foundation.
- Longer descriptions are found in these and other books:
- Do what you are: discover the perfect career for you through the secrets of personality type by Paul D Tieger and Barbara Barron-Tieger
- Gifts differing by Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B Myers
- Introduction to Type® by Isabel Briggs Myers
- Looking at Type: The Fundamentals by Charles Martin
- Type talk at work by Otto Kroeger, Janet M. Thuesen, and Hile Rutledge