BA in Psychology from Southeastern University, Lakeland, FL
MA in School Psychology from University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Ed.S. in School Psychology from University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
PhD in School Psychology from University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Dr. Rosalind Goodrich brings experience with individuals, children, and families in both educational and counseling settings to Southeastern University. She has experience providing school psychological services including psychoeducational assessment and interventions, mental status and clinical interviews, individual and family counseling, and consultative services. Dr. Goodrich has also provided mental health and substance abuse psychosocial screening interviews, case consultations, and case management to adult and juvenile offenders in county jail, juvenile detention, and office settings.
Dr. Goodrich values educational excellence and the integration of Christian thought in the learning environment. Her desire is to aid the formation of growth-producing relationships in settings ranging from Christian to secular, public to private, and clinical to educational. Dr. Goodrich enjoys academic discovery and professional collaboration and is always learning from her students. She embraces the holistic perspective that individuals, families, schools, churches, and communities affect and interact with each other.
Dr. Goodrich is the program coordinator of the Counselor Education Department and teaches graduate counselor education courses and undergraduate psychology courses.