Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology
Prior to arriving at George Fox in 2010, Marie-Christine Goodworth worked for two years as a health psychology post-doctoral fellow at the Medical College of Georgia, where she performed clinical and research activities with adult medical populations (multiple sclerosis and HIV) in a primary care setting. Previously, she served her APA-approved clinical psychology internship with the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System, conducting pain assessments, co-teaching psycho-educational groups for pain management, and co-leading therapy groups for women with personality disorders and men with depression, among other duties.
She also served advanced doctoral clinical research placements at Banner Health Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix in the mid-2000s, working primarily in oncology, and completed her dissertation on caregivers of bone marrow transplant patients. Marie-Christine earned a doctorate in counseling psychology from Arizona State University in 2008 and master’s and bachelor’s degrees in the psychology field from Wheaton College.