Survival Styles Explorer - a NARM Self-Assessment Tool

The environment we grow up in shapes our responses to everyday experiences in the present, particularly if certain needs were not met in early life. Dr. Laurence Heller, creator of NARM, terms these tendencies 'Survival Styles,' the mechanisms we used to manage our experience. Here is an opportunity to learn about your Survival Styles at this point in your life.

To determine your Survival Style profile, answer the questions below to the best of your ability and to your best understanding of yourself. Your results will be no better than your ability to discern your own agreements and disagreements with these questions.

It is recommended that you take this self-assessment as you feel today. You could come back and take it again and answer as you might have in your younger life. In doing so you can see in what ways you have grown over the years.

At the end of the self-assessment we will ask for your first name and email so we know where to send the results. First name is optional and is for the email salutation only. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose. All data collected will be held in a Google Sheets spreadsheet accessible only by Neal Winblad, LMFT, SEP, NMP.

© 2015 Neal Winblad, Laurence Heller

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