Teaching is personally and intellectually enriching to me. It forces me to remain current in the areas I am teaching and, as important, I value the opportunity to learn from students through the observations they provide and -- especially -- their questions and challenges to received wisdom.
Training and supervision of counselors and psychotherapists
Challenges in developing expertise in psychotherapy
Counseling/psychotherapy process and outcomes
Rod's primary area of scholarship has been on the training and supervision of counselors and psychotherapists, with many publications on that topic. His supervision book (Bernard & Goodyear, 2019), now in its sixth edition, has become the standard in the field and is in translation in both China and South Korea. The American Psychological Association awarded him the Award for Distinguished Lifetime Contributions to Psychology Education and Training in 2015.
Before coming to the University of Redlands, Rod Chaired the Counseling Psychology PhD program at the University of Southern California (where he is Emeritus Professor) for more than two decades. He was the 2015 President of the American Psychological Association’s Society for the Promotion of Psychotherapy (Division 29; website: http://societyforpsychotherapy.org/), has served as Chair of the Supervision and Training Section, APA Division of Counseling Psychology, and currently serves as Co-Convener of the International Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision.
Rod’s Fulbright Distinguished Lectureship in the counseling psychology program at Yonsei University (Seoul) in 2012 awakened an interest in clinical supervision and psychotherapy internationally that now has become a dominant focus of his professional work. He is particularly interested in ensuring that it is not simply a matter of transplanting North American and Western European ideas elsewhere, but rather one of mutual influence with a two-way exchange of ideas from one country or culture to another. He was given the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy's Distinguished Award for the International Advancement of Psychotherapy in 2018.
Rod's international focus is reflected in professional and research collaborations with colleagues in China, South Korea, and Latin America (see, e.g., his list of recent publications). He is especially proud of his affiliation with Hubei Oriental Insight Mental Health Institute (OI) which has resulted in multiple collaborations, including especially a training program (co-taught with Carol Falender) that now has trained over 500 Chinese counselors and psychologists in competency-based clinical supervision and the Masters in Counseling and Psychotherapy that is an OI/Redlands collaboration.
Augustana College, B.A., Psychology (1969)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, MS.Ed., Rehabilitation Counseling (1970)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Ph.D., Counseling psychology (1972)
APA accredited internship, University of California, Berkeley (1972-1973)
Licensed Psychologist, California (License number PSY 13467)
Bernard, J. M, & Goodyear, R. K. (2019). Fundamentals of clinical supervision. (6th edition). Boston: Merrill.
Rounsmaniere, T., Goodyear, R. K., Miller, S. D., & Wampold, B. E. (Eds) (2017). The cycle of excellence: Deliberate practice to improve supervision and training. New York, NY: Wiley
Goodyear, R. K., & Lichtenberg (Eds.) (2017) A global portrait of counselling psychology. London: Routledge.
Most Recent Book Chapters
Duan, D., Falender, C., Goodyear, R. K., Jia, X. & Jiang, G. (in press) Operationalizing Supervision as a Distinct Professional Competency: A Tale of Two Countries. In N. Kaslow and A. Ponce (Eds.) Comprehensive Clinical Psychology (2ndEdition). Elsevier
Goodyear, R. K. & Sera, H. (in press). Clients' influence on psychotherapists and the treatment they provide. In J. N. Fuertes (Ed.), The other side of psychotherapy: Understanding clients' experiences and contributions in treatment. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association.
Tracey, T. J. G., Lichtenberg, J. W., Goodyear, R. K., & Wampold, B. E. (in press). Do therapists get better with experience? In Leung, F., Constantino, M., Zimmerman, J., and Callahan, J. (Eds). APA Handbook of Psychotherapy, Volume 2. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association.
Fernández Álvarez, H., Grazioso, M., Kirszman, D., Lubina, M., & Goodyear, R. (2020). Responding to the mental health needs of underserved Latin Americans. In J. Zimmerman, J. Barnett & L. Campbell (Eds). Bringing psychotherapy to the underserved: Challenges and strategies. New York: Oxford University Press.
Goodyear, R. K., & Sera, H. (2020). Facilitating supervisee competence in developing and maintaining working alliances: Supervisor roles and strategies. In J. Fuertes (Ed.), Working alliance skills for mental health professionals. New York: Oxford University Press
Most Recent Articles
Kellums Baraka, M., Zaporozhets, O. Sells, J. N., Goodyear, R. K. (2021). Cross‑Cultural Counselling Supervision in Ukraine. International Journal for the Advancement of Counseling, 43, 43, 320–339
Nicholas, H., & Goodyear, R. (2021). Supervision of a Sample of Clinical and Counselling Psychologists in the UK: A Descriptive Study of Their Practices, Processes and Perceived Benefits. The European Journal of Counselling Psychology, 9(1), 41-50.
Hutman, H., Falender, C., Goodyear, R. K., Enyedy, K., Ellis, M. V., Bahadur, M., Campos, A., dickey, l., Duan, C., Ferdinand, L. Nolan, S., Tribitt, T., Tsong, Y., Wood, L., Zetzer, H. (2021). Training public sector clinicians in competency-based clinical supervision: Methods, curriculum, and lessons learned. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 51, 227-237.
Bang, K. & Goodyear, R. K. (2021). Unsatisfactory supervisory experiences reported by South Korean supervisor: Types, responses, and cultural context. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 51, 191-199.
Falender, C., Goodyear, R. K Duan, C., Al-Darmaki, F., Bang, K., Bhati, K. S., Çiftçi, A., Grazioso, M., Humeidan, M., Jia, X., Kağnıcı, D. Y., Partridge, S., Ruiz González, V. (2021). Lens on international clinical supervision: A cross-national comparison of supervision practices and supervisor responsibilities. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 51, 181-189.
An, H. Y., Goodyear, R. K., Seo, Y. S., Garrison, Y., Baek, K. Y., & Cho, H. J. (2020). Supervisor style as a predictor of counseling supervision relationship quality and supervisee satisfaction: perceptions of US and South Korean supervisees. Asia Pacific Education Review, 21(3), 487-504.
Duan, C., Falender, C., Goodyear, R. K., Qian, M., Jia, X. & Jiang, G. (2019). Telesupervision of supervision across national boundaries: U.S. and China. Journal of Clinical Psychology/In Session, 75, 302-312.
American Educational Research Association (Fellow)
American Psychological Association (Fellow)
Division 17: Counseling Psychology (Fellow)
Division 29: Psychotherapy (Fellow)
Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration
Society for Psychotherapy Research
Distinguished Award for the International Advancement of Psychotherapy, Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy, APA Division 29 (2018)
Award for Distinguished Lifetime Contributions to Psychology Education and Training, American Psychological Association (August 2015)
APA Society of Counseling Psychology, Section for the Promotion of Psychotherapy Science, Award for Lifetime Achievement in Psychotherapy Process and Outcome Research (August 2013)
Yonsei-Fulbright Distinguished Lecturer, Yonsei University (Spring 2012)
Award for Lifetime Contributions to Education and Training in Counseling Psychology, Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs (2008)
APA Society of Counseling Psychology, Section on Supervision and Training, Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology Supervision and Training (August 2007)
Fellow, American Psychological Association
Fellow, American Educational Research Association