​​​​​​​​​​​​I am a behavioral scientist and educator who maintains licensure as a psychologist who provides psychotherapeutic intervention for a range of mental health and wellness concerns.

  • ​​​​​​​​​Since 2005, I've been professionally involved in the public health and mental health fields through employment and degree-related positions first as a behavioral scientist (BS, MPH), then as a master level therapist (MA), and now as a licensed clinical psychologist (PhD).
    • ​Prior to 2005, I was engaged in an evolving mix of customer service/marketing/project management and caregiver roles that continue to inform my current life roles in important ways.

  • In 2016, I began private practice to work with individuals outside of university clinics and medical centers while continuing to engage in time-limited part-time collaborations with colleagues in private practice and training/educational/research programs at Emory University and Georgia State University:
    • adjunct instructor for undergrad (psychology), masters (public health), and doctoral (psychology) programs,
    • clinical supervision of doctoral students in training to become licensed psychologists, 
    • consultation (clinical and professional development) for other licensed psychotherapists,
    • diagnostic assessment of participants in behavioral investigations and clinical research trials.

Titles and experience aside, it is important for you to know that I greatly value the collaborative nature of the working relationships that I have with others...and that I intentionally seek to determine how we can effectively combine the knowledge and skill sets we each have while selecting, working toward, and attaining your goals.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Behavioral Scientist, and Educator

​Sandra M. Goulding, PhD, MPH, LLC