As a professor, I am always looking for ways to add to my curriculum with special guest. Mrs. Hunter has been to my counseling supervision class every year, and she brings such a personal account of her journey back to psychological health after years of torment. She helps other understand the core reasons for her disorder, and how certain issues in her life led to the development of multiple personalities that would become a part of her life.
She is very open about her early abuse, which is very interesting and educational for graduate students in counseling. She shares what was helpful in her journey and what treatments were not advantageous. Many of our current treatments, especially those that are provided in institutional facilities, are more detrimental than helpful. Glenda shares in detail how she got through the therapy, worked through the issues, and embraced the integration process.
Mrs. Hunter is so inspirational and talks about looking at ourselves and our circumstances differently. She gives everyone something to reflect upon and brings in a strong element of personal faith. As part of her healing, she shares how important it is to understand self-acceptance and self-worth. The audience is inspired with hope, courage, and insight.
Please let me know if you need any other information. I believe that Glenda Hunter would enrich your audience and provide an excellent program
Jan C. Lemon, Ph.D., LPC-S, NCC, NCSD