The Center for Intergrative Counseling and Wellness

Michelle Goodwin, LMHC

Michelle Goodwin, LMHC (she, her) has more than a decade of experience as an individual, family, and network therapist in community mental health settings. 

Background & Qualifications

Michelle has expertise in working with people struggling with psychosis, trauma, anxiety, grief, depression, and family or network conflict. She also specializes in helping parents cope with their older teen or young adult newly experiencing psychosis. Michelle has a transparent, practical, easy-going, empathic, and culturally attuned style to help people feel at ease and understood. She uses a collaborative, reflective, person-in-context approach to understand the life-interrupting challenges that cause problems in everyday living.

She believes in the healing power of dialogue about experiences that contribute to disconnection from self and others. 

Michelle practices from a pro-treatment choice, anti-oppression perspective informed by a healing justice framework. She received a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology at Assumption University in 2008 and completed post-graduate training in Open Dialogue at the Institute for Dialogic Practice in 2011.