uses personality inventories to help her clients understand themselves and their
relationships. This page contains information about the tools she uses.
is the Myers-Briggs Type Inventory?
What can the Myers-Briggs
and the Murphy-Meisgier do for my family?
By developing individual strengths, guarding against known weaknesses, and appreciating the strengths of the other types, life will be more amusing, more interesting, and more of a daily adventure than it could possibly be if everyone were alike.
- Isabel Myers
What is the Myers-Briggs Type Inventory?
you an introvert or an extravert? A feeler or a thinker? The Myers-Briggs Type
Inventory (MBTI) is a widely used tool which provides a framework to better understand
similarities and differences among people. Jacquelyn is certified to use this
tool in her work with clients.
MBTI was developed after 45 years of research by Katharine Briggs and Isabel Myers,
a mother-daughter team, and it incorporates the well known work of Carl Jung,
a Swiss psychiatrist.
- Career Development
(What I need for career fulfillment)
resolution and creative teamwork
morale and productivity
- Career and
families, work and leisure)
- Spiritual Development
Options: Available in quick, easy to score version ($160) and a more extensive 24 page report version ($180). Each version comes with 1.5 hours of counseling/interpretation time plus numerous handouts.
call 970-484-0840 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
for prices and information.
Each step toward full command of one's natural gifts is rewarding. Good type development is a journey which opens up new abilities and understanding.
- Isabel Briggs-Myers
is the Murphy-Meisgier?
Murphy-Meisgier Type Indicator for Children (grades 2 through 6) was first conceptualized
in 1980 by Elizabeth Murphy, Ed.D. and Charles Meisgier, Ed.D. It is based on
the same concepts and preferences as the Myers-Briggs. The final instrument was
completed in 1987. It:
to the parenting, teaching and overall understanding of children and their development
improved relationships between children and teachers, children and parents, and
children and their relationships
children understand and value their unique qualities while also learning to appreciate
those who are different
self-esteem, achievement and social interaction by identifying individual strengths,
and selecting areas for growth
can the Myers-Briggs & the Murphy-Meisgier
do for my family?
upon personal goals identified by your family, the following are the possibilities
you can explore and achieve through these two self-discovery instruments.
- Assist parents
who are striving to help their children develop from within
communication styles and patterns, enhancing when necessary
why not to parent your children in exactly the same way
your child's learning style, strengths, and weaknesses
communications, self-esteem, mutual respect and cooperation among all family members
enjoyment and meaning of family life for all members
and deal more effectively with conflicts
Jacquelyn Strickland, LPC for more
(970) 484-0840 Jacquelyn@hspgatheringretreats.com
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