Master Practitioners
Using Type As A Professional

"If you don't know what an extravert thinks, you haven't been listening. If you don't know what an introvert thinks, you haven't asked them!"
Isabel Briggs Myers

While becoming MBTI® certified is a required first step to administering the Indicator, many practitioners wish to seek the designation of MBTI® Master Practitioner, which allows them to have their ongoing training and professional experience officially approved. This special designation is valuable to those who wish to promote their expertise and knowledge in the business and educational fields.


MBTI Master Practitioners are held to higher standards that include additional education and practical experience. This designation offers the general public a way of distinguishing the skill level of the practitioner. Prerequisites for entering the MBTI® Master Practitioner Credential Program include achieving MBTI® Certification. For more information on the program, please visit http://www.mbtimasterpractitioner.org.

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