Jeff Goldman is the director of counseling and health services at St. George’s. He holds a doctorate in clinical psychology from California School of Professional Psychology, a master’s degree in philosophy of religion and theology from Claremont Graduate University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Ithaca College. Goldman has taught several sections of Spirituality: East and West at St. George’s and is an advisor. Prior to joining St. George’s, Goldman had a private psychotherapy practice in New York City for 10 years working with teens and adults, and taught courses in social psychology and personality theory at Pace University in Manhattan. Goldman’s classes often require students to apply course material to their own lives and use this to analyze their own personalities and life philosophies with the goal of knowing themselves more deeply by the end of the course.