A self-report measure that allows you to discover and understand your personality structure, The New Personality Self-Portrait (NPSP) © illustrates the wide range of normal personality styles that combine to create each individual's unique personality profile and demonstrates how each personality style influences relationships, work, and home life.
The 14 personality styles identified in the NPSP (also known as the PSP) are the common, adaptive versions of the more extreme pathological constellations described in the DSM-5 classification manual. Intended for individuals aged 18 years and older, The NPSP consists of 107 items that are designed to highlight your profile.
Download the file, complete the questionnaire to the best of your ability, and then send me the results. I will chart it out for you and explain your results in our next session.
Are you more introverted or extroverted? Are you an intuitive person or a logical person? Do you perceive the world through your feelings or through your senses? Are you spontaneous or more organized? These are the four dimensions of the Myers-Briggs personality test.
Obtain your 4-letter type formula according to Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typology, along with the strengths of preferences and the description of your personality type, communication and learning style.
Click on this link: www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test
An addition source of information:
Discover careers and occupations most suitable for your personality type, along with examples of educational institutions where you can get a relevant degree or training.
Use the results of this test with the Jung Marriage Test™ to assess long-term compatibility with your romantic partner.
Click on this link: http://www.humanmetrics.com/personality
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Nadine Duckworth, M.Ed. Registered Psychologist