Dajuana Goodman, a current graduate student, is pursuing her Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master’s degree at Lancaster Bible College/Capital Seminary and Graduate School. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Business Administration from Howard University in 2016.
Her compassionate and empathetic spirit led her to the counseling field. She employs a client-centered approach to each client to ensure they feel heard, understood, and supported. She desires to help women, men, children who are battling depression, anxiety, stress, and other interpersonal issues. Her goal is for each of her clients to leave with a renewed and strengthened self-worth and the tools to gain victory in every aspect of their lives. She does this through an eclectic set of interventions custom to her clients’ needs. She believes that her clients can lead the healthy and fulfilling life of their dreams if they put in the work.
For her own self-care needs, she loves to spend time with her family and close friends. She enjoys being outdoors and experiencing new things. She looks for opportunities to help others as she serves on the Hospitality Ministry at church. You will most often find her with a smile on her face.