Ask An Expert: Students, Stress, and MBTI® Type

Learn how the MBTI® assessment can help your students—and you—successfully navigate stressful times.

Prepping for exams. Lining up internships. Looking for a job. Interviewing. These activities, as well as many others, can provoke stress in your students. Come learn how the MBTI® assessment can help your students—and you—successfully navigate stressful times!

In this workshop, you’ll:

  • Discover common stress triggers for each MBTI personality type
  • Explore how different types typically react to stress
  • Identify type-specific ways to avoid getting stressed out
  • Examine real-life student stories of stress events and their connection to type

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Series description 

Whether you are looking for application techniques or interested in learning more about the Strong Interest Inventory® or the Myers-Briggs® (MBTI®) assessments and how to best use them, we offer this complimentary webinar series to aid in your development. In this 1.5 hour format, you will have an opportunity to ask questions of our expert, Patrick Kerwin. The webinar content is suitable for Career Counselors, Academic Advisors, Career Coaches, and other practitioners who provide career development guidance to students or clients. This webinar will be recorded and archived under the "Education On-Demand" tab if you are not able to attend "live".

About the Expert:

Patrick Kerwin, MBA, NCC, is the owner of Kerwin & Associates in San Diego, California, and an MBTI® Master Practitioner. For over 20 years he has used the MBTI instrument to develop individuals, teams, and organizations. He conducts MBTI workshops on a variety of topics, including stress, team building, career development, leadership, change, and conflict. Patrick also conducts the MBTI® Certification Program, and is the author of the just-released online edition of the Kerwin Values Survey® career values assessment.