P.'s Effective Pl Iuroticism, And Emotions

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P.’s combination of neuroticism and extraversion scores, the affective plan, show that P. is an introvert. As such, she enjoys the quiet of solitude and solitary activities. With that profile P. might have a few close friends, which keep the commotion of being around others to a minimal level and thus keep her emotional reaction leveled. P. is average in the openness domain (51). She is highly open to fantasy (64), which compensate for her lack of extraversion. As an imaginative individual, P. uses fantasy as a way of creating a richer, more interesting world. Her scale score in aesthetics is average (52) which put her interest in art and beauty at an average level. Her openness to feelings is very low (33). P. has low receptivity to her …show more content…

Dutifulness (48), achievement (45), self-discipline (54), and deliberation (46) are average. P.’s agreeableness scale score is low (35). Her trust scale score is very low (32). She tends to be skeptical and to assume that others may be dishonest. P.’s straightforwardness is also very low with a scale score of 30. Those two facets seem related. Because P. see others as untrustworthy she is more guarded in expressing her true feelings and can play with the truth as a mean of protection. Another facet that can be impacted by trust is altruism. P.’s scale core is low (35), which makes her more self-centered. Her scale score on compliance (46), modesty (50), and tender-mindedness (49) are average. Overall, her interpersonal tendencies are to be skeptical of other’s intentions. She considers herself realist, making rational decisions based on cold logic rather than feelings. She will fight for her own interests more than for those of others. As discussed, P.’s score in self-consciousness is her highest score with a scale score of 67. This score makes this facet very high for her. As a counselor, a high level of self-consciousness can create social anxiety, which can make it a challenge for her to run groups. Her insecurity can keep her focus on her and her emotions rather than on the group itself. This facet can also have her second-guess herself especially early in her practice. On another hand, this facet will provide her with more empathy with clients suffering from

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