Temperament Therapy

  • 1 hour
  • 90 US dollars
  • Location 1

Service Description

Temperament Therapy is a theological counseling method based upon the theory of temperament. Temperament is the God-given, innate nature of each individual determining how he will react and interact with other people and circumstances. It is basically how people react to the environment and the world around them. Temperament therapy helps determine the root causes of problems to promote healing and help you become the person God created you to be. It focuses on understanding the inner you to balance your mind, body, and soul. Through Temperament Therapy you will be able to discover how to live in your temperament strengths, you will understand your weaknesses and the opportunities they offer for you. You will be able to overcome challenges, reduce stress, solve problems and find balance in your life. You will achieve healing, deliverance, joy, and victory. . The Arno profile System Nayo Cares is licensed by the National Christian Counseling Association to utilize the Arno Profile System. The Arno Profile System is a Bible and spiritually based therapeutic method by which an individual’s mind, will, and emotions is analyzed and measured scientifically, on a personal level, for understanding and development of godly change. It is a spiritual compass that navigates each person in the right direction, revealing personal weaknesses and strengths that can bring glory to God. What to Expect… THE FIVE TEMPERAMENTS Which of the five temperament classifications you fall into is defined by your basic instincts with regard to three key areas: inclusion (your level of need to be around others), control (how dependent you are on others in your relationships) and affection (the level of love you require from others). The five temperaments are: MELANCHOLY The melancholic person is defined by their positive desire for loneliness and the need for control over their lives. Melancholy people are prone to experience depression and the term ‘melancholic’ in ordinary speech is used to describe someone who experiences ‘dark’ or ‘black’ moods. However, if your temperament is melancholic that does not mean you are doomed to a life of unhappiness. Rather, you need to structure your life in such a way that it meets your basic needs. Melancholic people require a strong family unit and often need to learn skills to help them communicate their emotions They are task-oriented rather than relationship-oriented, and approach their duties with seriousness


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