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Joshua A.

Goodman
EDUCATION:
University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA 2018 (Anticipated)
Doctor of Philosophy, Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology, with emphasis in Counseling Psychology
Dissertation: The development of a brief online intervention to increase parents’ self-efficacy and intentions for sexual
minority-supportive parenting

University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA 2014
Master of Arts, Counseling Psychology
Second Year Project: Development and administration of an inventory of LGBTQ people’s experiences with law enforcement

Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA 2012
Bachelor of Arts summa cum laude, Psychology; Race and Ethnic Studies minor
Thesis: Refining minority stress: Pathways to predicting mental health outcomes for LGB individuals

PUBLICATIONS:
Israel, T., Bettergarcia, J. N., Delucio, K., Avellar, T. R., Harkness, A., & Goodman, J. A. (2017). Reactions of law
enforcement to LGBTQ diversity training. Human Resource Development Quarterly.
Blagov, P. S., & Goodman, J. A. (2016). Sex, gender, and sexual orientation in the assessment of affective disorders. In
Brabender, V. & Mihura, J., Handbook of gender and sexuality in psychological assessment. New York, NY:
Routledge.
Blagov, P. S., Singer, J. A., Oost, K. M., Goodman, J. A., & Pugh, A. T. (2016). Triarchic psychopathy measure: Validity
in relation to normal-range traits, personality pathology, psychological adjustment, and autobiographical recall.
Journal of Personality Disorders, 30(1), 71-81.
Israel, T., Harkness, A., Avellar, T. R., Delucio, K., Bettergarcia, J. N., & Goodman, J. A. (2016). LGBTQ-affirming
policing: Tactics generated by law enforcement personnel. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 31(3),
173-181.
Goodman, J. A. (2014). Oregon. In Stewart, C. S., Proud heritage: People, issues, and documents of the LGBT
experience. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

WORKS IN PROGRESS:
Israel, T., Goodman, J. A., Avellar, T. R., Delucio, K., Harkness, A., & Bettergarcia, J. N. LGBTQ people’s positive and
negative experiences with law enforcement. Manuscript in preparation.
Israel, T., Goodman, J. A., Merrill, C. R. S., Lin, Y. J., Kary, K. G., Matsuno, E., & Choi, A. Y. Reducing gay men’s
internalized stigma: Refinement and replication of an online intervention. Manuscript in preparation.
Israel, T., Choi, A. Y., Goodman, J. A., Matsuno, E., Lin, Y. J., Kary, K. G., & Merrill, C. R. S. Reducing internalized
stigma for bisexuals: Development and efficacy of an online intervention. Manuscript in preparation.
Israel, T., Matsuno, E., Goodman, J. A., Choi, A. Y., Lin, Y. J., & Kary, K. G. Screening LGBT participants in
psychological research. Manuscript in preparation.
Israel, T., Kary, K. G., Matsuno, E., Goodman, J. A., Choi, A. Y., Lin, Y. J., & Merrill, C. R. S. Reducing lesbian
internalized stigma: Development and efficacy of an online intervention. Manuscript in preparation.
Israel, T., Matsuno, E. Choi, A. Y., Goodman, J. A., Lin, Y. J., Kary, K. G., & Merrill, C. R. S. Reducing transgender
internalized stigma: Development and efficacy of an online intervention. Manuscript in preparation.
Israel, T., Kary, K. G., Choi, A. Y., Lin, Y. J., Goodman, J. A., & Matsuno, E. Overcoming anti-LGBT messages:
Exposure, sources, and rejection strategies. Manuscript in preparation.

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PRESENTATIONS:
Goodman, J. A. (2017, January). Strategies for recruiting LGBTQ participants for psychological research. Symposium
presented at the 2017 National Multicultural Conference and Summit in Portland, OR.
Matsuno, E., Goodman, J. A., Merrill, C. R. S., & Israel, T. (2017, January). Mental health based on intersections of
sexual orientation, gender identity, race, and SES. Poster presented at the 2017 National Multicultural
Conference and Summit in Portland, OR.
Choi, A. Y., Israel, T., Goodman, J. A., Matsuno, E., Lin, Y., Kary, K. G., & Merrill, C. R. S. (2017, January). Reducing
internalized binegativity: Development and efficacy of an online intervention. In C. Davids (Chair), The “B” is not
Silent: Discrimination, Internalization, and Bisexual Identity. Symposium presented at the 2017 National
Multicultural Conference and Summit in Portland, OR.
Goodman, J. A., Israel, T., Merrill, C. R. S., Lin, Y., Kary, K., G., Matsuno, E., & Choi, A. Y. (2016, August). Refinement
and replication of an internet-based intervention for internalized heterosexism. Poster presented at the 124th
Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association in Denver, CO.
Israel, T., Lin, Y. J., Goodman, J. A., Matsuno, E., Choi, A. Y., Kary, K. G., Merrill, C. R. S. (2016, August). Reducing
LGBTQ stigma through online interventions. In H. M. Levitt and B. L. Velez (Co-Chairs), Psychotherapy and
intervention research with LGBTQ populations. Symposium conducted at the 124th Annual Convention of the
American Psychological Association in Denver, CO.
Kary, K. G., Israel, T., Matsuno, E., Goodman, J. A., Choi, A. Y., Lin, Y. J., & Merrill, C. R. S. (2016, August). Reducing
lesbian internalized stigma: Development and efficacy of an online intervention. Poster presented at the
124th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association in Denver, CO.
Matsuno, E., Israel, T., Choi, A. Y., Goodman, J. A., Lin, Y., Kary, K., G., (2016, August). Reducing transgender
internalized stigma: Development and efficacy of an online intervention. Poster presented at the 124th Annual
Convention of the American Psychological Association in Denver, CO.
Israel, T., Lin, Y. J., Goodman, J. A., & Matsuno, E. (2016, March). Online interventions to reduce LGBTQ stigma.
Exhibition of practices presented at the 2nd International Conference on LGBT Psychology and Related Fields in
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Goodman, J. A., Matsuno, E., & Israel, T. (2016, February). Creating online psychological interventions: Four steps to
making it happen. Workshop presented at the 33rd Annual Winter Roundtable in New York, NY.
Goodman, J. A. & Israel, T. (2015, August). Relationship between LGBTQ experiences with and attitudes toward law
enforcement. Poster presented at the 123rd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association in
Toronto, Canada.
Matsuno, E., Israel, T., Goodman, J. A., Choi, A. Y., Lin, Y. R., & Kary, K. (2015, August). Screening LGBTQ
participants in psychological research. Poster presented at the 123rd Annual Convention of the American
Psychological Association in Toronto, Canada.
Kary, K., Israel, T., Choi, A. Y., Lin, Y. R., Goodman, J. A., & Matsuno, E. (2015, August). Exposure to, sources of, and
rejection of anti-gay messages. Poster presented at the 123rd Annual Convention of the American Psychological
Association in Toronto, Canada.
Israel, T., Matsuno, E., Lin, Y. R., Choi, A. Y., Delucio, K., Bettergarcia, J. N., Goodman, J. A., & Kashubeck-West, S.
(2015, January). Reducing internalized stigma in LGBT subpopulations: Challenges and strategies. Symposium
conducted at the 2015 National Multicultural Summit and Conference in Atlanta, GA.
Goodman, J. A., Israel, T., Avellar, T. R., Ledbetter, J. N., Harkness, A., & Delucio, K. (2013, August). Capturing
LGBTQ positive and negative experiences with and perceptions of law enforcement: The development of a new
inventory. Poster presented at the 121st Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association in
Honolulu, HI.
Ledbetter, J. N., Israel, T., Delucio, K., Avellar, T. R., Harkness, A., & Goodman, J. A. (2013, August). LGBTQ diversity
trainings with law enforcement personnel: Reactions and resistance. Poster presented at the 121st Annual
Convention of the American Psychological Association in Honolulu, HI.
Harkness, A., Israel, T., Avellar, T., Delucio, K., Ledbetter, J., & Goodman, J. A. (2013, August). Tactics for LGBTQ-
affirming policing: Law enforcement and LGBTQ community member perspectives. Poster presented at the
121st Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association in Honolulu, HI.

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Goodman, J. A., Schiller, E. M., & Blagov, P. S. (2012, April). Multiple stigmas in non-heterosexual adults: Incremental
validity in predicting adjustment. Poster presented at the 92nd Annual Convention of the Western Psychological
Association in San Francisco, CA.
Schiller, E. M. & Goodman, J. A. (2012, April). Refining minority stress: pathways to predicting mental health outcomes
for LGB individuals. Poster presented at the 14th Annual Whitman Undergraduate Conference in Walla Walla,
WA.
Blagov, P. S., Oost, K. M., Schiller, E., & Goodman, J. A. (2011, April). Incremental validity of integrative narrative
processing in predicting psychosocial adjustment. Paper presented at the 91st Annual Convention of the
Western Psychological Association Convention in Los Angeles, CA.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
Dissertation, The development of a brief online intervention to increase parents’ self-efficacy and intentions for sexual
minority-supportive parenting
Committee: Tania Israel, Ph.D. (Chair), Miya Barnett, Ph.D., and Erika Felix, Ph.D. 2016-Present
 Designing an intervention for parents of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth ages 13-18 to increase their self-
efficacy and intentions for engaging in supportive parenting practices
 Intervention modules consist of normalization of parent experiences, psychoeducation, self-reflection about
supportive parenting strategies, a writing response to a vignette, and affirmation
 Will test the effectiveness and acceptability of the intervention in a randomized, controlled study
 Current status: The dissertation proposal has been approved by the committee. A majority of intervention
content has been designed and shown to parent focus groups. Data collection is anticipated for summer 2017.

Research Team Member, Project RISE (Research and Interventions for Sexual Minority Empowerment), University of
California, Santa Barbara 2012-Present
Supervised by Tania Israel, Ph.D.
Examples of Activities and Responsibilities
 Adapted an internet-based internalized heterosexism intervention for use with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and
transgender subpopulations, with specific focus on psychoeducation about sexual orientation/gender identity,
examining sources of anti-LGBTQ messages, and providing LGBTQ affirmation
 Developed a data management and analysis plan for the four internalized stigma interventions
 Designed and administered an inventory to identify law enforcement practices characteristic of positive and
negative interactions with LGBTQ communities
 Contributed to other team projects, including coding for resistance and receptiveness to LGBTQ diversity
trainings, the development of a screening tool for LGBTQ online research, and examining the strategies gay
and bisexual men used to overcome exposure to negative messages about their sexual orientation

Coding Team Member, Dissertation of Jasmin Llamas, University of California, Santa Barbara 2012-2013
Examples of Activities and Responsibilities
 Developed a coding scheme with team members using consensual qualitative research methodology
 Coded disaster survivors’ accounts of distress, coping strategies, and resilience from qualitative interviews

Research Assistant, Whitman College Personality Laboratory 2010-2012
Supervised by Pavel Blagov, Ph.D.
Examples of Activities and Responsibilities
 Designed and conducted study about pathways between stigma and mental health in LGB populations,
specifically examining the roles of personality, internalized stigma, rejection sensitivity, and guilt
 Created database, coded self-defining memories, and created verbal skills scoring guide for a study of how
autobiographical recall relates to personality and adjustment outcomes

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CLINICAL EXPERIENCE:
Counseling Trainee, Pacific Pride Foundation, Santa Barbara, CA 2016-2017
Supervised by Bren Fraser, M.S.W.
A community-based clinic specializing in individual and group therapy for LGBTQ and HIV-positive populations of all
ages. Common presenting issues include identity concerns, depression, and anxiety. 10 hours per week.
Examples of Activities & Responsibilities
 Conducted individual therapy with LGBTQ and HIV-positive clients with a range of presenting concerns
 Participated in outreach efforts to LGBTQ and allied community members

Clinical Trainee, Sanctuary Centers of Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA 2015-2016
Supervised by Denise Mock, Ph.D. and Lisa Moschini, M.S.W.
A community-based clinic specializing in intensive outpatient services for individuals with severe mood and thought
disorders. Common presenting issues included bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and substance abuse. 12-15 hours
per week.
Examples of Activities & Responsibilities
 Planned and facilitated three weekly psychoeducational groups for clients with severe mental illness
(Addictions, Triggers, & Patterns; A Mindful Approach to Healthy Eating; and Teambuilding & Leadership Skills)
 Conducted individual therapy with clients with schizophrenia and severe mood disorders
 Conducted personality assessments (Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory 2, Personality Assessment
Inventory, and Millon Multiaxial Clinical Inventory III), wrote assessment reports, provided feedback to clients

Practicum Student, UCSB Career Services, Santa Barbara, CA 2015-2016
Supervised by Lily Maestas, M.S.W., Molly Steen, M.A., and Emily White, M.A.
A university career center supporting students with career exploration, graduate school applications, and job
application services. 5-10 hours per week.
Examples of Activities and Responsibilities
 Provided career counseling for university students, including guidance in career direction and job applications
 Directed students to resources in exploring and applying for graduate schools; led graduate school workshop
 Interpreted and provided feedback for assessments (Strong Interest Inventory and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator)
 Provided drop-in career counseling services, including critiques of resumes and cover letters

Practicum Student, UCSB Counseling and Psychological Services, Santa Barbara, CA 2014-2015
Supervised by Molly McDonald, M.A.
A university counseling center specializing in brief therapy for student populations. Common presenting concerns
included adjustment, identity exploration, depression, and anxiety. 10 hours per week.
Examples of Activities and Responsibilities
 Conducted brief psychotherapy and intakes with UCSB students with a range of presenting concerns
 Used weekly results from the Counseling Center Assessment of Psychological Symptoms to inform client
diagnoses and treatment
 Reviewed video of sessions and examined research literature to identify and work toward areas for growth
 Participated in a weekly seminar covering topics such as suicide assessment, trauma, and local resources

Practicum Student, UCSB Alcohol and Drug Program, Isla Vista, CA 2014-2015
Supervised by Whitney Bruice, M.A.
A university program specializing in harm-reduction regarding student alcohol and drug use. A majority of clients
were referred due to a law enforcement or residence hall citation. 5 hours per week.
Examples of Activities and Responsibilities
 Led a three-week psychoeducational group curriculum (College Alcohol and Substance Education) 16 times,
highlighting alcohol/drug safety, self-awareness of use, healthy coping strategies, and bystander intervention
 Conducted intakes to assess for substance use patterns and determine appropriate referrals

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Advanced Practicum Student, Hosford Clinic, Santa Barbara, CA 2013-2014
Supervised by Collie Conoley, Ph.D., Toni Zander-Star, Ph.D., and Heidi Zetzer, Ph.D.
A university training clinic specializing in individual and couples therapy. Common presenting concerns included
depressive symptoms, anxiety, and relationship concerns. 10 hours per week.
Examples of Activities and Responsibilities
 Provided individual and couples psychotherapy with university students and community members
 Scored weekly client assessments of well-being, satisfaction with life, and satisfaction with therapy
 Received training in ACT and solution-focused therapy and integrated training into weekly sessions with clients
 Conducted intake sessions and provided overview of intakes during case assignment team meetings

Basic Practicum Student, Hosford Clinic, Santa Barbara, CA 2013
Supervised by Candice Claiborne, M.A. and Kristin Conover, M.A.
A university training clinic program providing new clinicians with an opportunity to work with clients presenting with
mild or moderately distressing concerns.
Examples of Activities and Responsibilities
 Conducted brief therapy about relationship and adjustment concerns with undergraduate psychology students
 Reviewed video of each session to identify areas for growth
 Reflected upon clinical experiences in weekly supervision sessions with peers and advanced doctoral students

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
Certificate in College and University Teaching, University of California, Santa Barbara 2018 (anticipated)
 Taught an undergraduate course as the instructor of record and participated in a video review of teaching
 Completed a pedagogy course and will complete a project about the integration of teaching and technology

Teaching Associate, University of California, Santa Barbara 2017
Positive Psychology across the Lifespan
 Developed lectures about positive psychology and presented to 50 undergraduate students
 Evaluated student learning outcomes through developing weekly quiz questions
 Collaborated with a teaching assistant to plan weekly activity-based sections to apply course concepts

Teaching Associate, University of California, Santa Barbara 2016
Helping Relationships: Theory and Practice
 Presented lectures about helping skills and theories of psychotherapy for 60 undergraduate students
 Modeled helping skills for students and provided students with assistance in developing helping skills
 Evaluated student learning outcomes through grading essays and developing quiz and exam questions

Teaching Assistant, University of California, Santa Barbara 2013-2016
T.A. for the following courses:
 College Student Peer Helping and Leadership
 Introduction to Educational and Vocational Guidance
 Helping Relationships: Theory and Practice
 Positive Psychology across the Lifespan
 Research in Applied Psychology
Examples of Activities and Responsibilities:
 Led weekly sessions consisting of course material, discussions, and interactive activities
 Contributed to the development of lesson plans and learning objectives for weekly sections
 Assisted students with the development of research ideas and beginning helping skills
 Wrote quiz and exam questions; graded written work in a timely fashion and provided feedback to students
 Presented selected lectures in research and positive psychology courses

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SERVICE:
Mentor, UCSB Graduate Scholars Program, 2017
Panelist, Pacific Pride Foundation Day of Education and Activism, Goleta, CA, 2017
Panelist, Our Whole Lives LGBTQ Panel, Goleta, CA, 2017
Panelist, Santa Barbara City College, Psychology of Human Sexuality LGBTQ+ Panel, Santa Barbara, CA, 2017
Mentor, American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS) LGBT+ Mentoring Program, 2016-Present
Student Member, APA Division 44 Children, Youth, and Families Committee, 2016-Present
Student Member, UCSB Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology Admissions Committee, 2013-
2016
Panelist, School of Science and Technology Alumni Day University Panel, Beaverton, OR, 2015
Panelist, Hosford Clinic Externship Panel, Santa Barbara, CA, 2015
Campus Representative, California Psychological Association of Graduate Students (CPAGS), 2014-2015
Guest Presenter, Santa Barbara High School and Girls Rock Summer Camp, “How to Stop Bullying,” 2014
Graduate School Panelist, Practicum in Applied Psychology, UCSB, 2014
Guest Presenter, Mental Wellness Center and University of California, Santa Barbara, “How to Eat Healthy and Feel
Good about Your Body,” 2013
Student Member, Hosford Clinic Policy Committee, Santa Barbara, CA, 2013-2014
Student Member, UCSB Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology Climate Committee, 2013-2014

HONORS:
Grants Awarded:
 APAGS Psychological Science Research Grant – Diversity Grant, 2017
 Hosford Research Grant, 2017
 Regents Fellowship, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2012-2016
 Louis B. Perry Summer Research Scholarship, 2011
 Intel Scholarship for Employees’ Children, 2011
Awards:
 Whitman College Outstanding Graduate in Psychology, 2012
 Assistant Student Commencement and Convocation Marshall, Whitman College, 2011

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:
 American Psychological Association Division 17, Student Affiliate, 2014-Present
 American Psychological Association Division 44, Student Affiliate, 2013-Present
 American Psychological Association, Graduate Student Affiliate, 2012-Present
 California Psychological Association, Student Member, 2012-Present

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