Temperament Therapy uses biblically based counseling principles in combination with a profile system that identifies a person’s very natural (inborn) temperament rather than his or her learned behavior (mask). Temperament Therapy was first developed and studied in the early 1980s.

The A.P.S. is a scientifically based temperament assessment that identifies a person’s natural processes and responses related to developing and maintaining social relationships, control within relationships, and deep emotional relationships.

The first research for Temperament Therapy and A.P.S. involved 250 N.C.C.A.-trained counselors and therapists and 7,403 individuals who were counseled using this particular model.

The research provided the following conclusions:

  • Out of the 7,403 people tested by 250 licensed therapists, the A.P.S. results were 95.4% accurate.
  • Out of the 7,403 persons who were counseled with Temperament Therapy, 250 therapists reported a 95.7% success rate.