Career counselor Andrea Weiss of Davis has been awarded the Myer-Briggs master practitioner and workshop facilitator designation, a special credential that signifies her advanced level of knowledge related to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment.
The MBTI master practitioner designation is available only to those who have achieved the highest level of expertise and experience in using the MBTI instrument. Fewer than 200 people throughout the United States and Canada, and fewer than 20 in California, have received this recognition.
Weiss is well versed in using the MBTI as a learning and development tool with organizations looking to improve communication, build effective teams, enhance group interactions and develop employees. She also has experience using the instrument to help individuals seeking guidance with career planning and job transitions.
Weiss has more than 20 years of experience in career counseling, outplacement, training and executive search.
She earned a master’s degree in career counseling from Sacramento State and a bachelor’s degree in international relations from UC Davis.