Psychological Testing and Assessment
People are increasingly aware of many cognitive challenges that they and/or their children may face. Some of these cognitive issues include:
For many people, other vital questions about themselves are important to know, such as, “What am I like?” or “What patterns do I use to protect myself from bring hurt?” or “What style do I most often use to relate to people?” or “Why am I having problems?, Why do I hurt so much?, Why am I so often in trouble?”
These are just a few questions that prompt many people to want to have a deeper look at themselves through the eyes of some sophisticated psychological tests. Almost everyone who experiences such testing comes away feeling more aware of who they and the challenges they face. For many, it provides a powerful sense of calm as they are able for the first time to understand themselves and put into words important truths.
Personality testing is also very useful in couples and family therapy. In fact, as each begins to understand the other’s unique make-up and style, there is often a much greater capacity for empathy in the relationship.
Today, as so many face unemployment and/or underemployment, fewer types of assessment may be in greater demand than career testing. This type of testing helps to answer these and other questions:
Since work is such a vital part of life, it is recommended that such testing be accompanied by at least one or two (or more) feedback sessions.
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