Linda T. Curtis is the Clinical Director of Matters of the Mind, LLC- a full service behavioral health agency, located in North Las Vegas and Laughlin, NV. She is a community distinguished psychotherapist, forensic and relationship authority. With Practitioner Curtis’ research on psychological testing in fair criminal sentencing practice, as well as her work as an expert witness in civil court, she bridges theory and practicality. After obtaining a Master’s Degree in Counseling, a Post-Graduate Specialist in Mental Health Assessment, and completing all academic course work in a Ph.D. Clinical Psychology program, she went on to complete a Doctoral Intern training at St. Joseph of Macomb Hospital (JCAHO accredited), in which she completed rotations in neuro-psychology, inpatient, psychological testing, civil commitment and forensic psychology. She is a Nationally Board-Certified Counselor and a Nationally Board Certified Masters Addiction Counselor. She is also licensed as a Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and a limited licensed Psychologist (LLP).
She has taught at the undergraduate and graduate level at various colleges and universities across the country. Currently a Professor of Psychology at the College of Southern (CSN). She most enjoyed serving as a graduate TA of cognitive and personality testing for doctoral level students. Professor Curtis continued that love of psychological testing by serving as an Independent Medical Examiner for social security disability-SSI for the State of Michigan, in which she conducted hundreds of psychological testing examinations, providing evidence supported recommendations to the courts, as well as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regarding pilots and air traffic controller’s fitness for duty.
Although she loves psychology and is proud of her accomplishments in the field, she is most proud of her enjoyable 22-year marriage to her husband, Capt. Kenneth B. Curtis Jr. (USAF), and being the mother of her two amazing children. Kendal MacKenzie (16), a classically trained ballet dancer who attends Las Vegas Academy of the Arts as a dance major, and is an active Make-a-Wish ambassador.
Kenneth B. Curtis III (13), a center for the Jr. Golden Knights ice hockey team, who is a two-time recipient of the ‘Be Kind Like Josh’ award. Both honor roll students who make their mother laugh every single day, and that is priceless! Linda T. Curtis is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc and is a charter member of the Sigma Theta chapter of Midwestern State University in Texas.
For more information about her expertise and Matters of the Mind, LLC, please visit www.mmbehavior.org or call (702) 647-6433.
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