CCC-APT offers opportunities for activities, materials, and relationships that promote a learning community focused on Jungian type and related personality systems, and that support individuals in their journey toward personal growth, professional development, and individuation.

About Us

The Capital City Chapter—Association for Psychological Type (CCC-APT) is a local affiliate of the Association for Psychological Type International, located in Sacramento, California. We share an interest in psychological type, with some interested primarily in research and others in the practical application of type theory in everyday life. Among the topics commonly discussed are the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) and David Keirsey’s work on temperament. CCC-APT members come from a variety of backgrounds and professions, with positions in business and industry, organizational development, religion, education, and counseling.

Want to become a member or renew your membership? Please visit our membership information page for details.

Visitors are welcome to attend our meetings held between October and April, usually at the Sutter Square Galleria, centrally located in Sacramento. The visitor fee is $35 for a half-day workshop, $45 for a full-day workshop (half price for students with ID regardless of workshop length); cash or check only, please (paying at the door is OK). For more information, check out our declaration of values and directions to our meetings.

Map showing the Sutter Square Galleria

We hope to see you soon!

Jackie Riley and Nancy Wallace—Survival Games Personalities Play

2017/01/19 6:30 pm
2017/01/19 8:30 pm

Mark your calendars to spend an evening with us in the new year, and join in the conversation as Jackie Riley and Nancy Wallace facilitate a discussion about Eve Delunas' book, Survival Games Personalities Play.

Based on earlier works by Eric Berne, David Kiersey and Marilyn Bates, Dr. Delunas expands on the game framework to help explain human behavior.

There are a variety of reasons why people feel the need to play survival games, some of which include:

  • fundamental needs are not being met
  • masking inadequacy
  • helping the family
  • controlling the behavior of others

These game tactics are not conscious or deliberate. Individuals do not realize why they are behaving the way they are, and are not aware of the reason that they play these games with others.

Whether a person plays the game of Blackmail, Complain, Robot, or Masquerade depends upon that individual's personality type.

Plan to explore this fascinating topic, identify many of these games, and perhaps discover some of the games that you or others close to you play.

Tasty refreshments and networking begin at 6:00 p.m.; program from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. This program will be held at the Campus Commons Clubhouse, 650 Commons Drive, Sacramento, CA 95825.

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About Our Presenters:

Jackie Riley retired in 2014 after 42 years with the State of California. The last 30 years of her employment were spent as an Administrative professional with extensive experience in human resources and organizational development. Jackie is skilled in developing a culture characterized by employment engagement and accountability, as well as support for continuous learning and performance improvement. She is also accomplished in positioning HR and administrative services as a strategic partner within an organization, resulting in higher morale, stable staffing, and greater productivity. Jackie is a member of the CCC-APT Board of Directors, and has INTJ preferences.

Nancy Wallace is an MBTI® Certified Practitioner, CCC-APT Board Member and long-standing participant in the type community. She is also active in several Jungian dream groups in Sacramento and in the SF Bay Area. Currently retired, she had many adventures teaching and administering the MBTI® in prisons (California Department of Corrections), for the world's largest pension fund (CalPERS) and for Caltrans for use in teamwork, career planning and communication skills. Nancy has INFP preferences.

Renew Your CCC-APT Membership for 2016–2017

We invite you to join CCC-APT for the 2016–2017 program year (September through April). Just fill out and submit the CCC-APT 2016–2017 membership form. Our current fee structure recognizes members who are also current members of our sister chapter BAAPT (Bay Area Association for Psychological Type).

Membership fees are as follows:

Regular CCC-APT Membership: $110
Student CCC-APT Member: $55
Dual Current Member with BAAPT*: $71
Dual Current Student Member with BAAPT*: $41

* You must be a full paying member of BAAPT.

Fill out the CCC-APT 2016–2017 membership form

Membership this year entitles you to free attendance at all programs in the 2016–2017 program year.

Join us for another year of stimulating and practical learning about personality types that will enhance your personal and professional growth while you engage in a growing community.

Questions? Want more information? Contact us at capitalcitychapterapt [at domain] gmail [dot] com.

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