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Aijah K B. Goodwin, PhD

Academic Title:

Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:


Additional Title:

Core Faculty and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Education and Training

Indiana University of Pennsylvania, BA, Psychology/Honors Track, 2014

Louisiana State University, MA, Psychology, 2019

Florida State University Multidisciplinary Center (MDC), APA-accredited Predoctoral Internship, 2020-2021

Louisiana State University, Ph.D., School Psychology, 2021


Research/Clinical Keywords

Cultural responsiveness Mental health help-seeking Adolescent mental health Internalizing disorders School mental health

Highlighted Publications

Goodwin, A. K. B., Roberson, A. J., Watson, A., Chen, G. L., & Long, A. C. J. (2023). The Impact of COVID-19, Mental Health Distress, and School-Based Sociocultural Protective Factors among Elementary-Aged Children and their Caregivers. School Psychology International, 44(2), 154–171. 

Goodwin, A. K. B. & Long, A. C. J. (2023). The Role of Parents’ Perceptions of Culturally Responsive Teacher Practices on Elementary Children’s Mental Health and Well-Being. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 32, 781–795. 

Goodwin, A. K. B., Chen, G. L., & Long, A. C. J. (2021). Mental health, wellbeing, and helpseeking in schools among black adolescents: The role of discrimination in highachieving academic settings. Psychology in the Schools, 58(9), 1690–1707.