Ethical Principles for MBTI® Practitioners

Ethical guidelines ensure that individuals receive accurate, clear, and non-judgmental information about the meaning of their MBTI results as well as practical suggestions for how to apply personality insights to improve their lives.

The following are the most important ethical principles for MBTI practitioners:

Source: MBTI Certification Program Participant’s Resource Guide (Mountain View, CA: CPP, Inc., 2011), 71-72.

For more detailed guidelines for how to ethically administer and interpret the MBTI instrument, please consult the MBTI® Manual.