TAYLOR-JOHNSON TEMPERAMENT ANALYSIS
The T-JTA serves as a great criss-cross analysis of couple’s and family member’s temperaments and dynamics. This analysis is attained through each person rating both themselves and their spouse or family member on 9 different opposing temperament categories. It is a helpful analysis for understanding and interpreting dynamic patterns between couples or families and is a helpful tool in discovering specific temperamental issues affecting oneself or family.
MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR
The MBTI looks at how a person perceives, experiences, and interprets the world around them. It focuses on motivations and interactions, decision-making, processing styles, and perception styles and abilities. It is helpful in understanding oneself and how they best relate to others and the world around them. It is equally helpful in understanding your spouse or family member regarding how they perceive and interpret themselves, others, and their experiences.
MILLON CLINICAL MULTI-AXIAL INVENTORY
The MCMI serves as a cross dimensional inventory on a wide range of clinical issues including but not limited to generalized clinical disorders (anxiety, depression, etc.), substance abuse problems, personality disorders (borderline, narcissism, etc.), as well as other psychological and psycho-social matters such as thought disorders and dissociative disorders. It is a valuable psychometric inventory for clients with clinical concerns or those with current or previous diagnoses.