Yesterday I posted a request for feedback from members of the ESFJ Forum about profiles that have been developed for this Type. I am very grateful for the responses I received. I made a similar request to the other 15 Forum members as well and intend to do the same with this posting.
I recently published the ESFJ profile that I have developed over the years and am hoping that I can publish the next version of this profile with the direct help of ESFJs themselves. While I have attempted to put this profile together in the language of ESFJs, I must admit that this is not my own MBTI type and, therefore, I am quite sure that I have not met the mark.
Here’s what I am looking for specifically. I would like to identify two individuals to help me. The first would be a layperson who has validated that they are indeed a very strongly identifiable ESFJ who is willing to read the profile in depth and to suggest ways that it can be edited to reflect the true language of the ESFJ. The second individual would be an ESFJ counseling professional who would look at the profile from a clinical perspective. This is the perspective that led me to the MBTI in the first place. I am convinced that clinicians must be aware of the subtle way that each of the MBTI types can best achieve the highest level of mental health for themselves. I have little to offer these two individuals at this point, except formal written credit for the valuable input that they will provide, as well as access to all sixteen of the profiles I just published. Depending upon how successful the publication of these profiles goes, I hope to also offer monetary compensation as well at some point. I know this isn’t much to go on, but I am hoping that there are at least a few folks in this discussion group who are still reading this request and who would like to contribute to our collective understanding of the ESFJ.
If it would help to look at some of my work, you can access my website at https://www.mythinkingstyle.com/
If you are interested in either of these positions on behalf of other ESFJs, please email me at [email protected]
Thank you for your consideration,
Nathan Church, M.S., Ph.D.