Sara lives in Berkeley and has been a member of BAAPT for one year. In her day job, she's a social worker for child protective services.
Sara has preferences for ISFJ.
At this time, I use type only to serve my personal need to understand myself and others. After I obtain my therapy license a few years from now, I will probably use type with clients, in conjunction with clinical knowledge and skills. I think type is a wonderful way to understand people's internal experience of what is real for them. People are so diverse; type helps to clarify the complexity, plus it's fun.
What do you value about being a BAAPT member?
I really appreciate the friendly and welcoming attitudes of everyone at BAAPT. I learn an immense amount from the presentations, as well as from members' comments during and after the presentation. I'm very impressed with the level of type knowledge and the many years practice of you all have here!
Anything else you would like others to know about you!
I was born in Walnut Creek and I grew up in Mtn. View in the 70's and 80's. I remember playing in a plum orchard that was located next to El Camino Hospital. In the 1980's, I remember some of my peers at Los Altos High saying that they were starting computer companies, which I thought was some kind of exaggeration. I think they're retired already. So many changes.