Collaborative Personality Assessment

To know thyself is the beginning of wisdom. – Socrates
Collaborative personality assessments help people understand themselves in a deeper way. At the start of each assessment, we’ll form questions together you hope to be answered. Assessments can help answer questions about many aspects of life: relationships, work, school, spirituality, parenting, chronic emotional stress and more.

Some examples may include:

How can I feel closer to people in my life?
How do I overcome my anxiety?
What are my personality strengths and weaknesses?
What should I look for in a partner?
How can I grow more spiritually?
I can’t focus on work or get anything done at home. Do I have ADHD?
I don’t know how to express my feelings. How can I work on this?
I want to feel more joy! What is getting in the way?

The goal of a collaborative assessment is to help answer your questions and support you in finding your “truest self.” Participating in a collaborative assessment has been shown to help people feel better about themselves and ready to take positive steps in their lives. If you’re currently in therapy or thinking of starting therapy, an assessment can help you and your therapist identify what would be most helpful to focus your therapy.