Yeah I think ISFP could be a possibility. Especially since Professor Y (who is incredibly educated about Jung and personality theory in general) confirmed that he believes that I am an Se type because of my personality issues that have been professionally confirmed. He said it actually makes it much easier to type people when they are actually diagnosed or at least self-aware of their neuroses. He said bringing that information to his attention combined with what he already knew about me makes him think I'm definitely ESFP rather than ENFP, which he had been convinced of prior (though he didn't word it like that because that's not Jungian to use the four dichotomies, that's MBTI and Keirsey).
I still consider ISFP though because that may be why I come across as so lively and boistrous yet reserved...aux Se.