Peak Performance Coaching Inc.




We bring the best in class Temperament testing to the table with our partnership with Taylor Johnson.

The Taylor-Johnson Temperament Analysis® (T-JTA®) is one of the most widely used assessments for individual, pre-marital, marital, and family counseling. The T-JTA® measures 18 dimensions of personality (9 bipolar traits) that are important components of individual adjustment and interpersonal relationships. The T-JTA® has been used for more than 40 years by thousands of counseling professionals in a wide array of settings in the U.S. and around the world to help people understand themselves and others in their lives.

The T-JTA® is a quick and convenient method of measuring important personality traits that influence personal, interpersonal, scholastic, and vocational functioning and adjustment. It serves as both a diagnostic device and a counseling tool. The brief 180-question test can be administered to individuals, couples, or groups in about 30 minutes (non-timed). The T-JTA® is applicable for use with adolescents through senior adults.

Uses of the T-JTA®

Psychological Testing and Counseling

  • Evaluation of personality adjustment
  • Pre- and post- therapy evaluation
  • Substance abuse & rehabilitation counseling
  • Adult and adolescent counseling
  • Military screening and counseling services

Pre-marital, Marital, and Family Counseling

  • Diagnostic evaluation of marital problems
  • Evaluation of pre-marital, marital, and family relationships
  • Marriage enrichment programs

Vocational Guidance

  • Evaluation of personality traits in relation to occupational suitability
  • Personality appraisal in vocational evaluations
  • Evaluation of personality traits in relation to actual job performance

Educational Counseling and Guidance

  • Student counseling and guidance services
  • High school guidance courses
  • Psychology, marriage and family courses
  • Tests and measurements courses
  • Counseling training courses
  • Professional training programs in marriage and family counseling