Objective for the Presentation -
1 Knowledge of Narrative exam construction
2. Understanding what areas are covered on the Narrative Exam
3. Processing a structured approach for dissecting vignettes
Dr. Linton Hutchinson, LMHC, NCC, Ph.D. has a degree in Counseling Psychology and Mental Health Counseling. He has dedicated his entire career to working with students who are on the road to becoming therapists. Linton has taught every course from Principles of Counseling to Research and Assessment and has worked with medical students at St. George’s University School of Medicine in Grenada, West Indies and taught counseling at the University of the South Pacific in the Fiji Islands. Back in the States, Linton continued his teaching at Nova Southeastern University, University of Central Florida, Troy State, and Rollins College. He was the first Regional Coordinator for Webster University where he designed and developed their Mental Health Counseling Program in Florida. For the past 22 years, he has prepared students for licensure online at CounselingExam.com and currently offers Master Classes covering the DSM-5. His passion is dream analysis and he has presented seminars worldwide on using dreams in the counseling setting.
Stacy Frost is currently the Content Curator at Licensure Exams, where she is responsible for designing educational presentations on all subjects related to the helping professions and specifically the NCMHCE Counseling Exam. Stacy comes from the medical field and is an expert on the DSM-5. She is also a Certified Coach and works with students suffering from test anxiety. Stacy helps students manage and overcome test anxiety by offering online coaching. Additionally, Stacy teaches essential skills to combat test anxiety using Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy skills offering holistic, motivational, and inspiration to help improve self-esteem and confidence.
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