Suite 200, 6732 75th Street
Edmonton, AB T6E 6T9 
Tel: 780-434-5429
Tel: 780-233-0141 (Barb, Office Assistant)
Fax: 780-435-5752

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Dr. Willson uses a variety of assessment tools -- including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator or MBTI (to assist with the understanding of self and others) and the Strong Interest Inventory (to assist with career decisions).

The MBTI instrument has four bipolar traits; it measures:

E and I stand for Extraversion and Introversion, indicating whether you get energy from being around people or from time spent alone.

S and N stand for Sensing and Intuition, indicating whether you primarily focus on specific facts and concrete details or you prefer to focus on reading between the lines and the 'big picture'.

T and F stand for Thinking and Feeling, indicating whether you tend to make decisions based on logical analysis and the principles involved or you prefer to decide by considering your values and promoting harmony with the people involved.

J and P stand for Judging and Perceiving, indicating whether you prefer your life to be planned and like it when things are decided or you prefer to go with the flow and like keeping your options open.


The MBTI can help you understand why you think and behave the way you do, and how your 'type' interacts with other 'types'.

It can also guide you toward strategies for working in difficult relationships, both at work and at home.