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Articles by Fallon Goodman


Fallon Goodman

Fallon Goodman is a doctoral student in clinical psychology and research fellow at the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being at George Mason University. Fallon’s scholarly interests include social anxiety, emotion regulation, and well-being measurement and intervention. She is passionate about conducting and disseminating research that can be used to improve people’s lives.

Recent Posts

The Introverted Therapist

I had just returned from a 3-week respite in Spain, and I was riding the post-vacation emotional high.

The quaint cobblestone streets of Seville left me with feelings of joy and amusement; the romantic plazas of Madrid left me with love; the vast beaches of Barcelona left me with serenity and awe; and the seafood paella in each of these cities left me with each of the top 10 positive emotions (mostly gratitude).

I was rejuvenated, and I was eager to dive back into work.

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Making the Most of Clinical Training if not Planning to be a Therapist

I have made it no secret that I do not want to pursue a career as a clinician. It’s not that I dislike therapy; it’s that I have a pie chart dilemma. The only steadfast rule of pie charts is that there is a finite amount of space. A bigger slice in one area means a smaller slice in another.

Students learn from their early graduate school days that they cannot be good at everything, and that they ought to pick a path—in clinical psychology, this choice is typically between clinician and researcher. I have chosen the latter.

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