Take this free NCMHCE practice test to get an idea of the types of questions on the National Clinical Mental Health Counselor Exam. Once you pass the NCMHCE, you can become a National Certified Counselor (NCC), a credential offered by The National Board for Certified Counselors. The NCMHCE is composed of case studies with multiple-choice questions cover such areas as assessment, intervention and rehabilitation. When you are ready to prepare for the actual test, try our full-length 500 question Practice Exam for the NCMHCE.
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Jenny Preffer-Davis, LMHC, ACS, NCC, RN
is a professor in the Graduate Counseling Department at Grace College. She has been a LMHC for over fifteen years and is an owner of a mental health clinic and career coaching service in Jacksonville, Florida.
Joanne Fortune, LMHC
is an adjunct professor in counseling at Mercy College in New York where she assists students in preparation for board certification. She is also Regional Director of SCO Family Services in New York City.
Tara Williams, LPC, MCAP
is a community therapist in Georgia in a number of elementary and middle schools. She has also worked as a primary therapist and clinical compliance coordinator in outpatient treatment centers in substance abuse and family therapy.