- Helping families make the most of personality differences.

Helping families make the most of personality differences.

Mollie Allen, M.Ed.

MOLLIE ALLEN, M.ED., is a certified coach, teacher and consultant working with groups and individuals. With undergraduate degrees in Child Development and Special Education and a M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision, she worked in schools and in private practice with students of all ages and levels for 25 years. As a life coach, Mollie combines her professional interests of learning and human development with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® assessment in her work with parents, adults in transition, students and adults selecting a college or career and those wanting coaching in organization or study skills. She has experience helping clients with ADD and ADHD. As a consultant, she introduces type theory and the MBTI assessment in a variety of settings. Her workshops address topics such as teaching, communication, management and family life.

Mollie is an MBTI® Master Practitioner and a certified MBTI® Step III practitioner. She is an author and presenter for the Association for Psychological Type International. Much of the material in her book, Discovering Type with Teens, is based on her field work with hundreds of students. She is the mother of four adult children, all who have working cars, get along well, and who are glad she knows about personality differences.

Articles By Mollie Allen, M.Ed.

The Z Problem Solving Model
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Family Holidays in the Time of COVID: Will We Celebrate Together?

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Personality Type and What’s Next After High School?

It’s that time of year, and in spite of the pandemic, planning for next year is under way. After sitting with counselors, mentors, and parents, exploring all sorts of colleges, universities, gap-year options or entering the military service, some high school seniors are beginning to make decisions. article
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Calling All Members to a Family Meeting!

College Search Adventure
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Two Worlds: Extraversion and Introversion article
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What’s Your POS (Parent Operating System)? And Where Does it Come From?

A major challenge for some parents is learning how to support your children without forgetting about yourself. I developed habits and policies – my Parent Operating System – through experience and reflection. A foundational piece came after one “my project is due tomorrow” event.