About Me

About Me

My name is Susan Storm and I’m the founder of Psychology Junkie. As an MBTI® certified practitioner and Enneagram coach (certified through Beth McCord’s “Become an Enneagram Coach” program) I love to help people realize just how unique and one-of-a-kind they are. Through understanding Myers-Briggs® typology and the Enneagram I’ve been able to help people realize their potential and have more empathy for their weaknesses. In my years as a practitioner and coach, I’ve created this website as a resource that anyone can explore to develop their understanding of themselves and others.

Oh, and for the record, I’m an INTJ in the Myers-Briggs® system and a 4w5 (self-preservation) in the Enneagram system. I’m also a homeschool mom of five (yes, five) children. Using my knowledge of psychological type has helped me in every aspect of my life, from parenting to marriage to entrepreneurship. I hope it can help you, too!

My  Mission

I want to create a place where you can understand yourself in a whole new way. Through the knowledge of personality type, you can improve your self-awareness as well as your understanding of other people! We are each designed in unique and powerful ways. Each of us is mentally wired to bring special talents to the world. This is a place where you can discover those talents, hone them, and improve what you naturally do best.


Since beginning my mission, my writing has been featured in a number of places I love. I’ve written for Personality Hacker, Introvert, Dear, and the British Association for Psychological Type.  My work has been mentioned by Yahoo! Lifestyle, Lifehack, and Today.com

I’m available for interviews, media commentary, and other collaboration. Email me at [email protected]

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Want to Get a Type Consultation with Me?

You can schedule a one-on-one type consultation with me anytime you’d like! Check out my scheduler below to book your session.

Discover More About Your Personality Type with My Ebooks!

You can dive deep into your personality type by exploring my eBooks:

Discovering You: Unlocking the Power of Personality Type

The INFJ – Understanding the Mystic

The INFP – Understanding the Dreamer

The INTJ – Understanding the Strategist

Tranquility by Type: Stress Relief Tips for Your Unique Personality Type

Below you can see a copy of my MBTI® Certification:

This site is not intended to provide and does not constitute medical, legal, or other professional advice. The content on Psychology Junkie is designed to support well-being and self-awareness. It is not meant to replace medical or psychiatric treatment. Please seek professional care if you believe you may have a condition.

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  1. Hi Susan, I am fascinated by psychology and what makes people tick. I’ve been on a self-understanding journey this past year. Learning that I am an ENTJ has helped me so much with figuring out why I have felt so stuck in life. I’ve learned that I have been forcing myself to be good at all the the letters I’m not and placing a higher value on those. But now that I understand that I need different things I feel so much more alive. I can’t get enough of N conversations! Especially when they are about personality type.
    I see that you have 5 kids! Thats so amazing. I have three. Thank you for your posts on children and what they need according to their personality type.
    I’ve read a few books, including Gifts Differing, about Type. Your posts about understanding Type has been invaluable to me. THANK YOU for all the work you are doing to help us come to understand ourselves and our relationships better!
    Quick question…I’m considering the MBTI certification. How was your experience getting certified and would you recommend it?
    Thank you!!

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  3. Hi Susan, I’ve been interested in MBTI and Personality Typing for around three years now, and your website has been an excellent resource throughout my type journey!

    I’m a little intrigued as to how you came to identify as an ENTJ rather than an INFJ, what were your reasons? (If you don’t mind sharing, of course!) I question my own type on a daily basis, so it’d be great to hear how you came to that conclusion!
    Warmest regards 🙂.

  4. If my prior comment is waiting for approval please don’t approve it. There are so many typos I apologize our brain don’t usually catch typos until we post it cause …. nevermind I’m sorry that’s a whole different subject. I absorb way too much info & like telling people but it comes off like I think I’m a know it all or rude.
    Ok so I’m going to repost my comment & try to fix it.

    I don’t actually know my personality type cause I have taken different personality test more than once but spaced out & gotten many different results. That’s with every kind of personality test I’ve taken like this one the big 5 and also like the right/left brain test. I thought it was pretty cool at first. But when my daughter started making comments about me having multiple personalities I thought I’d research it. And felt dumb that I didn’t think about how broad all the different personality traits were in each category. Like there’s at least a quarter of characteristic traits that match mine in several different ones. Most people would probably see they they do to if they read them all. Small example someone said they felt stuck in life until founding out there personality type. But with all due respect most people have been, are or will feel that way in there life at some point. Then the person talking about they’re not impressed that easily. Yes that has to do with your personality but most people who are not impressed that easily is either negative or has a higher IQ. Or so I would think then again maybe I’m wrong. This is partly my opinion & partly what I have learned through studying social psychology 15 years. To which I will admit I have different perspectives or you could say don’t believe some of the psychology I’ve learned but that’s really not that unusual now that I think about it. Sometimes I can be too much of a realist & that side of me can come across rude I don’t mean to be. If you did not see my previous post where I had typos this is me fixing it, I had examples that I decided to leave out I’m proud of myself. I often wish I didn’t feel the need to put my two cents in but I drive myself crazy till I do it’s something I’m working on. Anyways my apologies if I have upset anyone but please know just because I believe this way doesn’t mean I’m not happy for you. I think that it takes a lot to become a successful writer especially with so many others trying to do the same more & more now days. But with all that said I stay subscribe because I think that your a great writer who’s very inspiring. To be able to basically have a career doing something that interest, motivates & makes you happy is really awesome. That’s not something the majority of people get to do in there lifetime. And it’s really something that I find to be very encouraging. So it might be late but congrats sweetie… 🎉

  5. Thank you! Your articles helped me a lot!!! The test you created is extremely detailed, one of a kind, and super accurate, and the articles all are on the points and really practical… I shared this website with lots of my friends.
    Just would like to say thank you! Hope everything goes well in your life:-)

  6. Well, Susan, I’m not sure which app you were searching for into which to shoehorn hundreds of millions INTP’s but it sure as he’ll isn’t Wikipedia. No INTP worth their salt would ever knowingly use a biased source of information. ‘)

  7. Hi Susan,

    I attended the APTI conference and wanted to say I really enjoyed your presentation. A comment on one thing, someone had asked if you could adapt the love languages to a more business oriented vibe. I believe this ground has been tread upon ad nauseum. It is the families, small business, clubs, church groups etc. that need this stuff. As a home school parent myself I have personally been through similar situations to what you described during your talk.

    I was disappointed more than once when I got into type, excitedly buying a new book only to get it and realize it’s geared towards organizations, institutions and the dreaded HR folks. I think you’re on the right track and potentially circling a gold mine of untapped potential for type, that being, blue collar working class folks.

    I could go on, but I will limit my TiNe for your sake. If you are interested in brainstorming, especially around homeschooling and introducing type to both parents and children let me know because I’ve been trying to figure that out myself.

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