Company: North Shore Mental Health
Location: Haleiwa, Hawaii, United States
Juliette Goodell, Psychologist at North Shore Mental Health, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in pain therapy and healing.
After obtaining an Associate of Arts from Tacoma Junior College in 1980, Dr. Goodell earned a Bachelor of Science in political science from Chaminade University of Honolulu in 1981. She later followed with a master’s degree in hypnotherapy in pain management from the Pacific Institute of Maui in 1997. She later continued her education with a Master of Science in substance abuse addictions treatment in 2011. In 2012, she received a Master of Science in Addiction Counseling from Grand Canyon University. She studied professional counseling through Grand Canyon University Online in 2014 and earned a Doctor of Philosophy in religious philosophy. In the mid-1990s, Dr. Goodell was accepted to the Richardson School of Law, but shortly into her first year, she was struck by a vehicle being driven by an 80-year old man who was having a heart attack. This caused her to step back from the law and pursue her career in psychology more deeply.
Dr. Goodell began her career as an intake military personnel specialist with Schofield Army Barracks in Hawaii from 1988 to 1989 and in accounting and finance with the Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company, Inc. from 1990 to 1991. From 1990 to 1997, she found much success in social services with the Hawaii Department of Human Services and from 1998 to the present as a hypnotherapist with Pain Management Through Hypnosis and a psychologist with North Shore Mental Health from 2011 to the present. She is also a member of the Washington Association of Realtors Graduate Realtor Institute. She is an ordained minister who is licensed to perform marriage ceremonies.
Dr. Goodell attributes her success to her drive and dedication from having experienced many extreme hardships early on in life that include dyslexia. She became involved in her profession because she noticed many people who needed help but didn’t know how to seek it. Some of them knew how to obtain help but were not given the ability to pursue it because of financial constraints. Therefore, it was her passion to give them the opportunity to receive the help that they needed.
In the coming years, Dr. Goodell’s goal is to be able to publish the book she is currently writing about a young girl who did not have self-esteem. In addition, she aspires to live long enough to be 100 years old
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