“I believe the greatest gift I can conceive of having from anyone is to be seen by them, heard by them, to be understood and touched by them.” – Virginia Satir
Will is drawn toward working with families, couples, and individuals. He views his work with clients through a mixture of therapeutic lenses, including family systems, cognitive behavioral, and existential. He typically works with clients 12 years old and older. Will’s main areas of interest are anxiety, depression, life transitions, men’s issues, family dynamics, and relationship challenges such as couples/marriage counseling and pre-marital counseling.
Will’s aim is to help people to better understand their experience and to identify and develop tools and skills that would empower them to navigate their experience in healthier and more fulfilling ways. He seeks to accomplish this by collaboratively working with clients to create a safe and open space where clients can heal and grow.
Will earned his Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University. Prior to attending Richmont, Will served on staff at the UGA Wesley Foundation helping college students to explore and develop their faith and navigate the challenges of college life. He also attended and graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology.
Will enjoys spending his free time traveling, cycling, rock climbing, and hanging out with friends and loved ones. He loves to learn and be challenged. He is continually looking for ways to grow and develop a healthier understanding of himself, others, and the world.
Will Goodwin is under the directed experience and clinical supervision of Janet Fluker, LPC, CPCS.