Analysis Of Myers-Briggs Assessment

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Myers-Briggs Assessment
After taking the MBTI Assessment I do not agree with the results. My results showed that I had marginal or no preference of extraversion over introversion. Also, that I have moderate preference of intuition over sensing, moderate preference of feeling over thinking. And moderate preference of judging over perceiving. I did not understand the results regarding extraversion and introversion.
I actually believe that I possess both qualities of attitudes. But if I had to choose which one overpowers the other I would say I am more of an extravert than an introvert. On the other hand, I can agree with the results of having a moderate preferences of feeling over thinking. I have found that in many situations I go with my feelings first, rather than the rational and logical way. I am very sensitive and empathetic, and I always put my feelings first whether it turns out being a good thing or a bad thing at times.
The MBTI assessments relate to Jung's theory of personality development because the purpose of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is to make the theory of psychological types described by C. G. Jung, (1921/1971)”Understandable and useful in people's lives. The core of the theory is that much apparently random disparity in behavior is actually quite orderly and dependable, being due to basic differences in the way individuals prefer to use their perception and judgment.” (CAPT, 2014) This information will enable me to be successful as a counselor because I can incorporate the MBTI assessment as a part of my observations from a client to better understand my clients. I feel the test is accurate enough and can lead me to many answers based on my client’s results.
I would absolutely use this assessment on my c...

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...en the child and his or her siblings have minimize drastically. The child learns how to cope with his/her negative thoughts and feelings and do not act out the way they normally would. Parent Management Training consists of techniques where the parents are taught to change their own conducts, thus adjust their child’s problem behavior at home. Another strategy that I have come up with is cognitive therapy. This therapy may consist of testing the assumptions which one makes and looking for new information that could help change the assumptions in a way that leads to different emotional or behavioral reactions. I believe cognitive therapy will help Billy express his feelings of resentment towards his younger brother, and can eventually realize that there is no reason to feel any sort of way towards his little brother because he has not done anything wrong to him.
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