Current Research, Academic Interests or Areas of Expertise
Counselor Training and Supervision
Counseling process and outcomes
Challenges in Developing Expertise
in Psychotherapy – and possible training implications
Description of Research and Professional Background Highlights
Rod's primary area of scholarship has been counselor
training and supervision, with a number of articles, chapters, and books over
the past 30 years. His supervision book (Bernard & Goodyear, 2014), now in
its fifth edition, has become the standard in the field.
He currently is President
of the American Psychological Association’s Society for the Promotion of
Psychotherapy (Division 29; website: http://societyforpsychotherapy.org/) and Chair of the Supervision and Training
Section, APA Division of Counseling Psychology.
Rod’s Fulbright lectureship in the counseling psychology
program at Yonsei University in 2012 awakened an interest in clinical
supervision and psychotherapy internationally.
This is reflected in both scholarship that he has underway and in practice. He is particularly interested in how to how
to ensure that it is not simply a matter of American and Western European ideas
being transplanted elsewhere, but rather one of mutual influence. He is working now in an ongoing training
program for clinical supervisors that is sponsored by the Chinese Clinical and
Counseling Psychology Registration System of the Chinese Psychological Society.
Courses Taught at Redlands
EDUC 601 (Counseling Process)
EDUC 653 (Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy)
EDUC 654 (Counseling for Career Choice and Development)
CMHC 640 (Research and Evaluation)
CMHC 699 (Practicum)
Augustana College, B.A., Psychology (1969)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Ph.D.,
Counseling psychology (1972)
APA accredited internship, University of California,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, MS.Ed.,
Rehabilitation Counseling (1970)
Previous Teaching Experience
- Emeritus Professor of Education (Counseling Psychology), University of Southern California
- Associate Professor, Counseling, Kansas State University
Award for Distinguished Lifetime Contributions to Psychology
Education and Training, American Psychological Association (August 2015)
Fellow, American Psychological Association
Fellow, American Educational Research Association
Award for Lifetime Contributions to Education and Training
in Counseling Psychology, Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs
APA Society of Counseling Psychology, Section for the
Promotion of Psychotherapy Science, Award for Lifetime Achievement in
Psychotherapy Process and Outcome Research (August 2013)
APA Society of Counseling Psychology, Section on Supervision
and Training, Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology Supervision
and Training (August 2007)
Fulbright Distinguished Lecturer, Yonsei University (Spring
J. M., & Goodyear, R. K. (2014). Fundamentals of clinical supervision. (5th
edition). Boston: Merrill.
K. S., Goodyear, R. K., Brewer, D., & Rueda, R. (Eds.) (2012). Urban Education: A Model for Leadership and
Policy. London: Routledge.
J. W., & Goodyear, R. K. (2012). Informal learning, incidental learning,
and deliberate continuing education: Preparing psychologists to be effective
lifelong learners. In G. J. Neimeyer, & J. M. Taylor (Eds.), Continuing
education: Types, roles, and societal impacts. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science
R. K., & Rodolfa, E. (2012). Negotiating the complex ethical terrain of
clinical supervision. In Handbook on ethics in psychology (S. Knapp,
Ed). Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association.
J.W., Goodyear, R.K., & Genther, D. Y.
(2008). The changing landscape of
professional practice in counseling psychology (pp. 21-37). In S. D. Brown and R. W. Lent (Eds.),
Handbook of Counseling Psychology (4th ed.).
John Wiley and Sons: New York.
K. (2015). Using accountability
mechanisms more intentionally: A
framework and its implications for training professional psychologists. American
American Psychological Association (including R. K.
Goodyear; 2015). Guidelines for clinical
supervision in health service psychology.
American Psychologist, 70, 33
K. (2015). Factors that limit counselor
metacompetence and the suggested role of supervisors. Journal of Human Understanding
and Counseling (####), 35, 1 - 9
Tracey, T. J. G., Wampold, B. E., Goodyear, R. K. , &
Lichtenberg, J. W.(2015). Improving
expertise in psychotherapy. Psychotherapy Bulletin, 50 (1), 7 – 13.
Tracey, T. J. G., Wampold, B. E., Lichtenberg, J. W.,
& Goodyear, R. K. (2014). Expertise in psychotherapy: An elusive
goal? American Psychologist, 69, 218 – 229.
Bang, K., & Goodyear, R.
K. (2014). South Korean supervisees’ experience of and response to negative
supervision events. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 27(4),
Goodyear, R. K. (2014).
Supervision as pedagogy: Attending to its essential instructional and
learning processes. The Clinical Supervisor, 33, 82-99
Goodyear, R. K.., Lichtenberg, J. W., Bang, K., &
Both Gragg, J. (2014). Ten changes
psychotherapists typically make as they mature into the role of
supervisor. Journal of Clinical Psychology/In Session, 70(11),
Y., & Goodyear, R. K. (2014). Assessing supervision’s clinical and
multicultural aspects: The Supervision
Outcome Scale’s psychometric properties.
Training & Education in
Professional Psychology, 8(3),
189 – 195.
Sullivan M., May W., Goodyear, R. (2010)
Teaching Interpersonal and Communication Feedback Skills to Standardized
Patients: Assessment of a Cognitive
Model. Simulation in Healthcare: Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 5, 187.
K., Brewer, D. J., Gallagher, K. S., Tracey, T. J. G., Claiborn, C. D.,
Lichtenberg, J. W., & Wampold, B.
(2009). The intellectual
foundations of education: Core journals
and their impacts on scholarship and
practice. Educational Researcher, 38,
700 – 706.
W., Enyedy, K. C., Goodyear, R. K., Arcinue, F., Puri, N. N., Getzelman, M.
A. (2009). Concept mapping of the events supervisees
find helpful in group supervision.
Training & Education in Professional Psychology, 3, 1 – 9.
K., Murdock, N., Lichtenberg, J. W., McPherson, R., Petren, S., & O’Byrne,
K. K. (2008). Stability and change in counseling
psychologists’ identities, roles, functions, and career satisfaction across
fifteen years. The Counseling
Psychologist, 36, 220 – 249.
a more complete list, please see Professor Goodyear’s curriculum vitae