Psychodiagnostic Chart-2 (PDC-2)

Psychodiagnostic Chart-2 (PDC-2)

Healthy Personality- characterized by mostly 9-10 scores, life problems rarely get out of hand and enough flexibility to accommodate to challenging realities. (Use “9” for people at the high functioning neurotic level.)

Neurotic Level- characterized by mostly 6-8 scores, basically a good sense of identity, good reality testing, mostly good intimacies, fair resiliency, fair affect tolerance and regulation, rigidity and limited range of defenses and coping mechanisms, favors defenses such as repression, reaction formation, intellectualization, displacement, and undoing. (Use “6” for people who go between borderline and neurotic levels.)

Borderline Level- characterized by mostly 3-5 scores, recurrent relational problems, difficulty with affect tolerance and regulation, poor impulse control, poor sense of identity, poor resiliency, favors defenses such as splitting, projective identification, idealization/devaluation, denial, omnipotent control, and acting out.)

Psychotic Level- characterized by mostly 1-2 scores, delusional thinking, poor reality testing and mood regulation, extreme difficulty functioning in work and relationships favors defenses such as delusional projection, psychotic denial, and psychotic distortion. (Use “3” for people who go between psychotic and borderline levels.)

Author: Linda Turner

Coaching and Therapy Currently studying Psychotherapy , Cognitive psychology, Hypnotherapy. Qualified NLP, EMDR and CBT therapist. REIKI Master. I believe in truth, honesty and integrity! ≧◔◡◔≦

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