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Simeon Goodwin

Simeon Goodwin

Department Faculty
  • Assistant Professor
    International Psychology Ph.D. Program
  • The Chicago School Online
Department
International Psychology
Address
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (Online)
325 N. Wells St. Chicago, IL 60654
325 N. Wells St.
Office Location
325 N. Wells St.
Office Phone
312-467-8606
On-campus Ext.
8606
Email
sgoodwin@thechicagoschool.edu
Website
Biography
Dr. Simeon Goodwin is currently an Assistant Professor and Dissertation Lead in the International Psychology Ph.D. program Dr. Goodwin earned his Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from the University of Cincinnati. His dissertation focused on understanding men who abused their partners from a psychological perspective, in order to develop and deliver more effective violence abatement treatment programs.
Dr. Goodwin fulfilled his Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology at Yale University School of Medicine where he trained in the Westhaven Community Mental Health Center and Substance Abuse Treatment Center. He was recruited the following year to the Yale Consultation Center as Program Evaluator where he was responsible for the evaluation of a national demonstration project, funded by the Department of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMSHA). He was also responsible for providing clinical services to adults and leadership and operations consultation to non-profit organizations.
Education
  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Cincinnati
  • Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, Yale School of Medicine, Yale University
  • M. A. in Psychology, University of Cincinnati
  • B. A. in Psychology, University of Cincinnati
Licensure(s)
Areas Of Expertise

Professional Memberships

  • Council Member, Illinois Psychological Association

Select Presentations

  • Goodwin, Simeon C. (2007). Racial Identity. Symposium presented at Salesmanship Club Youth and Family Centers, Dallas, Texas  
  • Goodwin, Simeon C. (2006). Racial Identity. Symposium presented at University of Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, Texas 
  • Goodwin, Simeon C. (2006). Domestic Violence: We Can Not Afford For It To Remain A Private Matter. Invited address at Richardson Rotary Club, Richardson, Texas. 
  • Goodwin, Simeon C. (2005). Domestic Violence: We Can Not Afford For It To Remain A Private Matter. Symposium presented at University of Texas Arlington, Arlington, Texas. 
  • Goodwin, Simeon C. (2000). Working with Court Referred Domestically Violent Men in Groups. Training provided at Tri-State Group Psychotherapy Society Workshop, Talbert House, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
  • Goodwin, Simeon C. (1999). Men Who Abuse Their Partners: Considerations From A Psychological Perspective. Poster presented at the 107th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association – Boston, Massachusetts

Community Involvement

  • Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Institutional Review Board, Board Member, Frankfort, Kentucky 
  • The 10th Southern Interdisciplinary Roundtable on African Studies (SIRAS), Moderator, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, Kentucky 
  • Psychology Research Group, Member, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas 
  • RHR Consulting Round Table, Member, Dallas, Texas 
  • Mental Health Association, Member, Dallas, Texas 
  • Committee On Mental Illness, Member, Dallas, Texas