Matthew Goodman, Ph.D.
Dr. Goodman is a licensed clinical psychologist (PSY32423) providing psychotherapy to adolescents and adults. He works with patients across the clinical spectrum, bringing expertise in mindfulness-based interventions (e.g., ACT) and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), including ERP for OCD. Dr. Goodman was previously Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, where he provided clinical care, teaching, and supervision in the psychiatry residency program and Student Health Center.
Dr. Goodman completed his Ph.D. at the California School of Professional Psychology (San Diego) with an emphasis in Health Psychology, gaining experience at intersection of mental and physical health through hospitals such as UCSD, Scripps, and Providence. He has been teaching mindfulness for 10+ years to children and adults and authored the book, "Simple Stress-Reduction: Easy and Effective Practices for Kids, Teens, and Adults."