The effects of childhood abuse can last long into one's adulthood, wreaking havoc on one's life. Here is a list of some of the issues we address with our MTT clients:
How Our Unmet Temperament Needs Become Weaknesses
Every person is unique and has different temperament needs. When we attempt to get these needs met apart from our relationship with God, we have conflict in our lives. The Arno Profile System Report will reveal unmet needs that can cause stress and conflict in your life and your relationships with others.
Learn how the A.P.S. Report can help you resolve conflicts and improve your relationships with loved ones.
Learn how to distinguish your spiritual genetics from what the world may have taught you about yourself.
Here at My True Temperament you will learn how to distinguish your spiritual genetics, your true God-given identity, from the false identity of what the world may have taught you about yourself. Join the journey to discover who you were before the world got ahold of you!
The author of Psalms 139:13-14, David, knew "full well" all those years ago (approximately 1440-586 B.C.) that God creates humans "fearfully and wonderfully." But what if as adult survivors of childhood abuse, we simply do not believe this? What if we had parents and caregivers who didn't treat us with respect or make us feel unique? What if because of this neglect, we have no idea who God created us to be?
We help you discover your true, God-given temperament
We will help you discover your true, God-given temperament using the Arno Profile System (A.P.S.) Report. After we discover your temperament, we will help teach you how you can use your temperament to identify your true self. Learn more about the Arno Profile System (A.P.S.) Report
E-Therapy at My True Temperament
Rev. Board chose E-Therapy (online therapy) to help heal her fellow survivors. She believes, especially for adult survivors of childhood abuse who may be experiencing a lot of shame, that meeting with her online, at first anyway, may cause one to feel freer and able to disclose more freely his/her memories, thoughts, and feelings than meeting face-to-face. It is simply less intimidating and more convenient.