- Do you ever wonder why you speak before you’ve thought of what you were going to say?
- Do you ever get frustrated when you’re partner doesn’t understand what you’re saying even though you feel like you’re being very clear?
- Do you find that it’s difficult for you when things don’t go as planned? Or when things are too planned?
- When making decisions do you find that you focus on logic and data even though it’d be most beneficial to focus on people and circumstances? Or vice versa?
If any of these questions resonate with you then you may find the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) a helpful resource. Most likely you’ve heard of the MBTI® somewhere along the way, maybe in college or at work. But many who are familiar with it, don’t have an understanding of what it really is. And my experience has been that even those who’ve taken the assessment often aren’t clear about their Type and how it impacts their life. I offer the MBTI® assessment and consultation in a way that will help you understand Type in general and your Type in particular.
The MBTI® is a tool to help you understand the ways that you operate in your daily life such as how you make decisions, your approach to conflict, and how you communicate. All of which are things that are important in both your personal and professional life.
Some benefits of knowing your Type include:
- Clarity about your process for making decisions and how that may impact those around you
- A better understanding of yourself which can potentially provide a richer exerience in therapy
- It provides a common language on which to build clear communication and navigate conflict (this can be particularly beneficial to couples)
- It’s a way to understand personality differences and use them constructively rather than let those differences get in your way.
The fee for an MBTI® assessment and consultation is $175 for an individual and $200 for a couple. The fee includes the assessment report, handouts and a 90 minute consultation. Contact me to schedule an assessment. Note: If you are a therapist referring a client to take the assessment, you’re welcome to sit in on the consultation if that would be helpful.