Dr. Rhonda N. Goldman, an instructor at Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Schaumburg, recently co-wrote the book “Case Formation in Motion-Focused Therapy: Co-Creating Clinical Maps for Change.” The book was written with Leslie S. Greenberg.
Dr. Goldman received her doctorate in Clinical/Counseling Psychology at York University in Toronto, Canada. Her teaching activities include person-centered and experiential therapy, clinical interviewing, emotion-focused therapy, and therapy seminars. She is responsible for clinical, research and dissertation supervision, and has extensive experience as a workshop leader, teaching emotion-focused therapy.
Dr. Goldman conducts individual and couples psychotherapy at the Family Institute at Northwestern University. She has researched, published, and presented extensively at international conferences. Dr. Goldman has co-authored four books on the topic of Emotion-Focused Therapy for Individuals and Couples.
She’s the past President of the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration and the recipient of the Carmi Harari Early Career Award by Division 32 of the Society for Humanistic Psychology.
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