Dr. Ariel Goodman Williams is an assistant professor, licensed clinical professional
counselor, and nationally certified counselor with a Ph.D. in Counselor Education.
Passionate about teaching novice counselors, Ariel strives to create inclusive, challenging,
and inspiring classroom experiences.
Ariel continues to provide clinical counseling through a telehealth platform with
a holistic model of healing. She uses her clinical experiences to inform teaching
practices and is committed to staying up to date and informed by the most current
Ariel’s research interests relate to the experience of counseling supervision, creativity
in teaching and counseling, and counselor wellness.
In her personal life, Ariel juggles the remodel of a 1970s A-frame cottage on Lake
Champlain, caring for her son, two dogs, and cat, and spending time outside with family
Williams, A. (2023). Voices from the Field. In K. Parrow, Evidence-Based Relationships in Counseling: A Guide for Practicum and Internship. Cognella Publishing.
Glenn, B. & Williams, A. (2022, Aug.). Sense of community and process of learning in counselor education students. Presented at the New York Mental Health Counselors Association Convention, Zoom.
Goodman, L., Williams, A., & Williams, C. (2021). Are you happier if you reap what you sow? Fertility and Sterility.
Williams, A. (2021, April). Saving face: The experience and process of impression management in supervision. Accepted educational session at the American Counseling Association Annual Conference,
Williams, A. (2021, March). Trauma sensitive yoga for school counselors. Presented at the Montana Association for School Counselors Conference, Zoom.
Williams, A. & Murray, K. (2021, Oct.). Ten strategies for reducing impression management in clinical supervision. Presented at the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference,
Williams, A. (2021, Oct.). Online deliberate practice: Using Theravue in Fundamental Skills Courses. Accepted educational session at the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
Goodman, A., (2020, Oct.). Trauma-sensitive yoga for anxiety. Presented at the Anxiety & Learning: From Research to Practice Conference, Zoom.
Goodman, A. (2020, Sept.) The art of saving face. Accepted educational session at the Creativity in Counseling Conference, Zoom.
Murray, K., Goodman, A., Kleist, D., Sacra, M., & Vokos, A. (2019, Oct.). Doctoral advising as a transgenerational process. Presented at the Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors Conference,
Goodman, A., & Sommers-Flanagan, J. (2018). Book Review: Trauma-sensitive mindfulness: Practices
for safe and transformative healing. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy.
Goodman, A., & Sommers-Flanagan, J. (2018). A conversation about growing as a writer: Playing
Aikido with the ego and other strategies. Therapeutic Speakeasy Quarterly.
Goodman, A. (2018, Oct.). Creating a shared reality: Multicultural humility and intersubjectivity in supervision. Presented at the Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors
Conference, Park City, UT.
Murray, K., Parrow, K, & Goodman, A. (Oct, 2017). How to Teach an Integrative Approach to Couples Counseling. Presented at the Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors Conference,
Goodman, A. (2017, March). The ethical obligation of self-care. Presented at the American Counseling Association Annual Conference, San Francisco,
Goodman, A. (2016, February). The ethical imperative of self-care. Poster presented at the Big Ten College Counseling Conference, West Lafayette, IL.
Goodman, A. (2014, April). Trauma sensitive yoga: Theory and practice. Presented at the National Dismantling Rape Culture Conference, Burlington, VT.