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Biography

Dr. David M. Goodman

Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School, USA


Email: dgoodman@cha.harvard.edu


Qualifications

2008 Ph.D., Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, USA

2007 M.A., Fuller Theological Seminary, USA

2004 M.A., Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, USA

2002 B.A., Azusa Pacific University, USA


Publications (Selected)

  1. Goodman, D. (2010). Hearing “thou shall not kill” when all the evidence is to the contrary:Psychoanalysis, enactment, and Jewish ethics. In L. Aron & L. Henik’s (Eds.) Answering a Question with a Question: Judaism and Contemporary Psychoanalysis. Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press.
  2. Goodman, D., Dueck, A., & Langdal, J. (2010). The ‘heroic I’: A Levinasian critique of modern narcissism. Theory & Psychology, Vol. 20, No. 5, 1-19.
  3. Goodman, D., Walling, S., and Ghali, A. (2010). Psychology in pursuit of justice: The works and lives of Emmanuel Levinas and Ignacio Martin-Baro. Pastoral Psychology, Vol. 59, No. 5, 585-602.
  4. Goodman, D., & Marcelli, A. (2010). The great divorce: Ethics and identity. Pastoral Psychology, Vol. 59, No. 5, 563-583.
  5. Goodman, D. The demanded self: Ethics and identity in modern psychologies. Under revision for publication with Duquesne University Press in 2010.
  6. Goodman, D. (2009). Emmanuel Levinas. In D. Leeming, K. Madden, & S. Marlan’s (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion. Springer Reference.
  7. Goodman, D. (2008). The demanded self: Ethics and identity in modern psychologies. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering, Vol. 69 (6-B), pp. 3845.
  8. Goodman, D., & Grover, S. (2008). Hineni and transference: The remembering and forgetting of the other. Pastoral Psychology, Vol. 59, No. 6, 561-571.
  9. Dueck, A., Langdal, J., Goodman, D., & Ghali, A. (2009). Prophetic words for psychologists: Particularity, ethics and peace. Pastoral Psychology, 58, 289-301.
  10. Dueck, A., & Goodman, D. (2007). Expiation, substitution, and surrender: Levinasian implications for psychotherapy. Pastoral Psychology, Vol. 59, No. 6, 601-617.
  11. Goodman, D. (2007). Leading with wounds: A liability or gift? Journal for Religiou Leadership, Vol. 6 (1), 39-69.
  12. Dueck, A., Becker, B., Goodman, D., & Jones, P. (2005, February 16). Monologue or dialogue? [Review of the volume set The Destructive Power of Religion, Vol. I-IV] PsycCRITIQUES- Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 50, No. 7, Article 8.
  13. Parlow, S. & Goodman, D. (in press). The transformative action of the transference /countertransference relationship: A case example. Journal of Psychology and Christianity.
  14. Dueck, A., Goodman, D., & Ghali, A. (2009). Christian Psychology and The (Ir)relevance of Jesus.  Direction.
  15. Burns, J., & Goodman, D. (2010).  Psychotherapy as moral encounter: A crisis of modern conscience.  Manuscript submitted for publication.
  16. Goodman, D. (Ed.). (2007). A just psychology. Book manuscript in preparation.