Kathy P. Goggin, Psy.D., Illinois School of Professional Psychology
Dr. Goggin is an Associate Professor at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Chicago in the Department of Psychology; she has 23 years of clinical, teaching, and supervising experience. Dr. Goggin's primary areas of interest include psychoanalytic schools of theory and therapy, countertransference issues, consciousness studies, alternative paradigms of healing, transpersonal dimensions of the psychotherapy interaction, use of EMDR in psychotherapy, and substance abuse. Dr. Goggin's major teaching responsibilities include human health and dysfunction, personality theory, and psychoanalytic theory and therapy. She has had clinical and academic experience in both the private sector and in public hospital settings, and has an active private practice. Dr. Goggin has recently presented "The Use of EMDR in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy" at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, August, 2011, in Washington, D.C.