Q. 1 of 10
Select 1 option.
Q. 2 of 10
Select one image.
Q. 3 of 10
Finding peace away from the the world
Heroic journey from humble beginnings
Love lost and found in early childhood
The sadness of loneliness
The iniquities of capitalism
Q. 4 of 10
Select up to 2 options.
...is a soulmate
...is always there for you
…likes you for who you are
...knows how to party
...can tell you the truth
…has meaningful conversations
...is an admirable person
...helps you to be your best
Q. 5 of 10
I see a powerful creature
I see a pelvis
I enjoy appreciating the shades of ink on paper
I can’t settle on one interpretation
I have an impulse to turn it sideways, upside down etc.
I think this test is probably outdated
Q. 6 of 10
This is deeply true
This schmaltzy statement makes me nauseous
Yes, kindness is a moral obligation
People need to be kinder to me
Probably, but history shows they never will
Q. 7 of 10
I clean it up
I generally don’t notice
I enjoy making it
Q. 8 of 10
I can imagine being there, in the warm night air
I would love to live in a large, elegant house
I feel calm, perhaps a little sadness
It involves a woman visiting her friend
I don't want to focus on this right now
Q. 9 of 10
I remain empathetic and cheerful
I remain determined and patient
I feel like smashing the phone
I feel like quitting civilization
Q. 10 of 10
This makes me think about how all things end
I'm curious what this fragment was a part of
I already worked out how long ago 1975 B.C. was
I think history is kind of boring
Congratulations on completing the questionnaire. This is not intended to be a full depiction of you. It is supposed to merely identify some strands that seem part of your personality, to reflect on and consider how to live well with.
Depth therapy involves exploring who you are at a deep level, taking time to let things unfold and not jumping to conclusions. If you like, you can bring these results to discuss in your first session of therapy.
This questionnaire doesn't aim to describe everything about you or put you in a category, but to draw out some strands that are part of your personality and suggest ways to live wisely with those tendencies.
This content is inspired by and draws descriptions from the personality analysis developed by Henry Murray, a fascinating figure at Harvard University who loved biology as well as history and literature. Murray was guided by the ideas of Carl Jung, from whom he received therapy, and who inspired him to pursue psychology and the depth approach.