Dr. Goodfield specializes in identifying the unconscious nonverbal signals known as Non-Verbal Leak. His work is based on a unique patented psychotherapeutic process, which he developed in the 1970's. He holds two US patents on his psychotherapeutic process. Over the past 30 years Goodfield has shared his methods with psychiatrists, psychologists, senior corporate executives, attorneys, and cabinet level officials around the globe.

In addition to his work at the Institute, Dr. Goodfield is a Senior Professor at Henley-Putnam University in San Jose, California. He is also an author, having published Insight and Action: The Role of the Unconscious in Crisis from Personal to International Levels in 1999, So You Want To Be My President? in 2011, and Relationships: A Survival Guide in 2012.

Various international bodies such as the United Nations (ICTY) and NATO H.Q. Brussels, as well as governments such as the former Soviet Union, The Netherlands, Lithuania, Uzbekistan, Sri Lanka, Sultanate of Oman, Ukraine and Austrian Government have utilized the services and methodology of the Goodfield Institute and Goodfield Foundation.

Dr. Goodfield is a member of a number of organizations and associations, including:

  • Diplomat, American Board of Forensic Examiners
  • Diplomat, American Board of Forensic Medicine
  • Diplomat, American Board of Psychology Specialists, Clinical Psychology
  • Diplomat, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress
  • Diplomat, National Center for Crisis Management
  • Member, American Psychological Association
  • Member, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists
  • Member, California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
  • Member, International Society of Police Surgeons, Inc.
  • Member, Parliamentarians Network for Conflict Prevention
  • Member, Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations
For five years Dr. Goodfield was a protege of semantics expert and United States Senator S. I. Hayakawa. General Semantics & The Goodfield Method
He completed his Ph.D. in Psychology and Human Behavior at United States International University, with prior doctoral study at University of California Berkeley and Rutgers University.

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