Temperament Counseling

As an NCCA Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor, the APS assessment proves to be a beneficial tool for aiding individuals to understand why they do what they do.

APS Temperament Counseling

The system looks at a person’s temperament needs in three different areas:

  1. Inclusion – social orientation. It addresses our need to be around others.

  2. Control – are we relatively independent or dependent upon others in relationship situations.

  3. Affection – how much love and affection do we require from our deep personal relationships.

The first step to understanding human behavior is God-created.  This is called our temperament.  When we are conceived our unique temperament is placed within us by the order of God.

The second step to understanding human behavior is that we are man/environment-affected.  This is called our character.  At birth, we begin interacting with our environment and our environment interacts with us. The environment is everything we see, hear, smell, feel and learn. These perceptions are forever locked in our brain, and they help in forming our character. (temperament x environment = character)

The third step to understanding human behavior is that we are self-selected.  This is called our personality and is expressed in the way we perceive how we must behave to survive in the world in which we live.

Invest in your future with the aid of a Clinical A.P.S. Assessment and session today for only $90.00.