Dr. Wylie Goodman
Since 1997 I’ve been helping people learn to live more effective lives using a combination of Eastern and Western techniques. I’ve lectured at The Learning Annex, spoken at Tibet House in New York City, and have written an online newsletter/blog through my Website: http://www.east-westpsychotherapy.com. My skills involve coaching and counseling adults individually and in couples and groups.
M.A. and Psy.D. degrees from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology
Training in Japanese Psychotherapy at the ToDo Institute – http://www.todoinstitute.org
Training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction with Jon Kabat-Zinn – http://www.umassmed.edu/cfm/index.aspx
Since beginning her training in 1990, she has worked at leading hospital and treatment programs around the United States, including Long Island Jewish Medical Center’s Hillside Hospital, University of Missouri-Columbia, the Chicago Counseling Center, Maryville Academy Treatment Center, the Child Abuse Unit for Studies, Education, and Service at Illinois Masonic Medical Center, and the University of Chicago’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Department.
She received her certification in Japanese psychotherapies from the ToDo Institute in Vermont and studied Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction with John Kabat-Zinn.
From 1996 to 1999, Dr. Goodman served as Director of Family Services for the American Indian Health Service of Chicago, where she created and oversaw prevention, intervention, and treatment programs for the Native American community of Illinois.
Dr. Goodman has been featured in articles in Health and Women’s Health magazines; spoken at Tibet House; appeared as a guest expert on the Montel Williams Show; led workshops for the Learning Annex and the Victoria Woodhull Center for Ethical Leadership; and co-run relationship workshops for police officers and emergency medical technicians affected by 9/11 for the New York Disaster Crisis Counseling Service.
She was the former Health and Medical Editor for HalfthePlanet.com, a Web site for people with disabilities, and has written psychology-related pieces for MediaBistro.com.
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