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Emily Goodman-Scott, PhD

Dr. Emily Goodman-Scott is an Assistant Professor and School Counselor Coordinator in the Old Dominion University Counseling and Human Services Department.  Before working at ODU, she worked in the public schools as a school counselor and special education teacher, as well as in several mental health counseling settings.  Dr. Goodman-Scott earned both a Ph.D. and M.A.Ed. from Virginia Tech and a B.S. from James Madison University.  Her primary research interest is in school counseling preparation and practice; positive behavioral interventions and supports; and counseling children with special needs, including Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). In regards to SPD, Dr. Goodman-Scott has presented on the topic several times at national and state conferences and has been the first author on two articles on counseling children and adolescents with SPD, one in print and one in press. As a previous counselor, she worked primarily with children, including those with SPD. Dr. Goodman-Scott is a licensed school counselor in Virginia, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Virginia, a Nationally Certified Counselor, a Nationally Certified School Counselor, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor.     [ Click for More ]


Affiliation
Old Dominion University

Title
Assistant Professor and School Counseling Coordinator