Personality dysfunction can be a root cause of common daily challenges individuals might be facing, such as significant relationship issues, financial stress, anxiety, and depression. If your client is encountering these frequent causes of psychological distress, there could be underlying personality issues that the Millon Inventories can help assess.
The Millon Inventories are based on Dr. Theodore Millon''s APA award-winning theory of personality. These comprehensive assessments provide a theoretical foundation to make reliable diagnostic and treatment decisions in a wide range of settings including clinical and counseling, school, medical, government, and forensic.
As the field of psychology changes, the Millon Inventories continue to adapt and evolve.
FREE Online Introductory Training
This brief online training has been developed to familiarize you with the MCMI-IV. All you need is access to the Internet and the sound enabled on your computer. Please keep in mind that the session may take a few minutes to load.
Benefits of using the Millon Inventories:
Millon Family of Assessments
Adult Clinical & Counseling Inventories
Adolescent & Pre-Adolescent Inventories
Medical Patient Inventory
Into the Mind: Conversations with Dr. Theodore Millon.
This series of audio broadcasts, presented by author Dr. Theodore Millon, provides detailed information on the history and origin of his Evolutionary Theory of Personality, the connection between theory and assessment, and the development of the Millon Inventories and the new MCMI-IV.
Online Recordings and Resources
Millon Inventories Flyer
About the Author
Author bio for Theodore Millon, PhD, DSc
2015 Hertz Presentation
Honoring Dr. Theodore Millon at the Annual Convention for the Society for Personality Assessment on March 6, 2015 in Brooklyn, NY.
Theodore Millon – Grandfather of Personality Theory
An interview with Dr. Millon on All in the Mind from Radio National, October 29, 2005.
Pre-teen Problems Need Greater Attention
Dr. Millon interview in July/August 2005 issue of The National Psychologist, published with their permission.
Journal of Personality Assessment's Special Section
Theodore Millon's Legacy for Personality Theory and Assessment is a collection of seven articles that you may access at tandfonline. Note: a subscription to Taylor & Francis Online is required.
Theodore Millon's Contributions to Conceptualizing Personality Disorder
Aaron L. Pincus and Robert F. Krueger.
Evolution of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory
James P. Choca and Seth D. Grossman.
Effects of Theodore Millon's Teaching, Mentorship, Theory, and Scientific Contributions on Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine Research and Practice
Michael H. Antoni.
Millon's Contributions to Preadolescent and Adolescent Personality Assessment: Searching Onward and Upward
Robert Tringone and Neil Bockian.
International Adaptations of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory: Construct Validity and Clinical Applications
Gina Rossi and Jan Derksen.
Millon's Contributions to the International Society for the Study of Personality Disorders (ISSPD)
Erik Simonsent and Mickey Kongerslev.
The Business of Testing
Theo Jolosky and Carol Watson.