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Category: Parenting

Extroverted Dad-Introverted Child

As a therapist and a Myers-Briggs expert, I often have clients come to me with their parenting difficulties on raising a child of their opposite type. Recently in a session, a parent came to me who was an extroverted dad raising an introverted son. Though the title of this book may not entice men, I encouraged him […]

Owner’s Manual to Yourself: Let me introduce you to you-6 week bootcamp

I am thrilled to introduce my new 6 week bootcamp and 6 month coaching program appropriately named…Owner’s Manual to Yourself: Let me introduce you to you. Take a look at the short video, where I even get a little emotional talking about how important it is to do this work, and then find out more […]

Solo Trips for Self-Rejuvenation

As my husband and I are about to embark on our own solo trips (him much cooler than mine as he is going to Sri Lanka to do humanitarian work in an orphanage, me, just to Cannon Beach for a week) I was reminded of a conversation I had with a client about her love […]

ENFJ and ESFJ-One letter difference can make a huge difference in how you see the world.

  My Mom (ESFJ) and I (ENFJ) went on vacation for a week, along with my sister and while we had a wonderful time my mom and I had a little disagreement that I attribute to our Type. This blog post is not about outing my family issues but about highlighting the major differences in […]

Myers Briggs Workshop Saturday, January 26th, 2013

I am a Licensed Psychotherapist and Myers-Briggs Speaker and Trainer. I want to help you on your journey of self-exploration and help you build magnificent relationships with yourself and others. I see individuals and couples in my private practice in Bellevue, Washington, and travel’s the country teaching Personality Workshops. We can Accomplish Magnificent Things in our […]

What Extroverts really think of Introverts!

  At my recent Myers Briggs Workshop-The Power of YOU-Discovering your Innateness and Greatness through Type I asked the participants to separate into groups of introverts and extroverts once we discovered their Type.  Once in their groups I asked the Extroverts to brainstorm the following question: What do you think of Introverts? This is what they […]

Introverts-What they really think!

At my workshop on Saturday one of the exercises we did was break off into groups of Introverts and Extroverts and I asked them to brainstorm on two questions: What do you think of the other Type? What do you want the other Type to know about your Type? I have learned to give plenty […]

Back to school-How to greet your introverted or extroverted child after school.

  Now that it is back to school time it got me thinking about how different child with different Types have different needs.  I will focus this post on just Introversion and Extraversion. Understanding your child’s temperament can make a huge difference in your understanding of your childs needs. Extroverted and Introverted children need to […]