Ask an Expert: MBTI® Type and Stress

Learn how MBTI® personality type insights can help you support your students through the end-of-the-year stress.

As your students approach the end of the school year, their already full personal and academic lives get further saddled with holidays, finals, shopping, family, travel, and more. Any one of those on its own can lead to stress—and even more so when they happen all at once! Come learn how MBTI® personality type insights can help you support your students through the end-of-the-year stress

In this webinar, you’ll:

  • Discover the basic mechanics of what happens to personality type under stress
  • Recognize the type-related signs that someone is heading toward stress
  • Identify common stress reactions by type
  • Learn techniques for helping your students move through stress and back to equilibrium

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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.