Margaret Livingston Hindman MS
Graduate Assistant, University of Arkansas, Off-Campus Student Services
Margaret L. Hindman works as a graduate assistant at Off-Campus Student Services, which is a Division of Student Affairs at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. She is a Licensed Associate Counselor and a doctoral student in the University of Arkansas Counselor Education program where she was selected for a Doctoral Academy Fellowship, one of the highest recognitions for a graduate student. Earlier education includes a B.S. in Psychology with Upper Division Honors from Louisiana State University (selected as the most outstanding senior in psychology in 2014), and a M.S. in Counseling (Clinical Mental Health) from the University of Arkansas (selected as the outstanding master’s student in 2016). Margaret Hindman has published research articles in refereed journals and presented at regional, national, and international conventions. Research areas include the publics’ perspectives of counseling, online counseling, the relationship between social comparison and happiness, counselor identity, and self-care. Her clinical experiences include a university college counseling center and school-based settings using play therapy with children.