Emily D. Goodman, LPC, BC-DMT


I have a passion for promoting therapeutic change through dance, movement, art making, mindfulness and yoga. My work is rooted in integrating the mind and body in a way that feels approachable.  I engage in therapy with a sense of gentle curiosity with the intention of creating a space to help individuals make meaningful change in their lives. I work from a trauma-informed lens and am influenced by humanistic theory and positive psychology. I am also cognizant of the many intersections of identity and continue to challenge myself within this work to honor systemic oppression and help decolonize therapy.

I have eight years of experience working with adults, youth, and families.  I am a fully Licensed Professional Counselor and a Board-Certified Dance/Movement Therapist. Along the way, I have helped individuals manage symptoms of anxiety and depression, process grief and trauma, repair relationships with loved ones and cope with the daily stressors of the complexity of being a human. Although I am open to work with individuals from all different backgrounds, I have specialties in: grief, complex trauma, severe emotional stress, attachment, youth, families, autism spectrum disorder, as well as reciprocal therapeutic relationship and body-based approaches to therapy.

I truly believe that you have what you need inside you to heal, and I plan to hold space for you as a compassionate witness in that process.  I believe that you have the courage to live an embodied and authentic life.