Experienced Educator and Therapist in Training
About Carol Godshall
In preparation for her career in Education and Psychology, Carol Godshall earned a BA in Liberal Studies-Education, gaining a life teaching credential. She gained her California Ryan Multiple K-12 Teaching Subjects, from California Polytechnic University, Pomona. She went on to gain a second Credential in Special Education and a Certification as a Special Education Resource Specialist Teacher. She has taught for 30 years in Education.
Carol Godshall recently graduated from Antioch Los Angeles University with an MA in Clinical Psychology, and is completing an internship gaining her hours as a Marriage and Family Therapist. During the time she worked on her Master's degree she also completed course work to gain a new California Certification to become a Highly Qualified Teacher of California. Carol also holds an Elementary Teaching Credential in Oregon where she taught for several years.
As a University Masters student, Ms. Godshall completed a number of group presentations. These Psychology presentations covered various topics, including elder care, understanding an individual education plan (IEPs)in Special Education, psychology and diversity in education, the treatment of children and young adults with ADHD, women's issues in education and work.
Ms. Godshall maintains professional membership in a number of organizations to stay active with her interests in best practices of Education and Psychology. She is a member of the Women’s and Girls Counsel, the Safe School Coalition for California Educators, the American Psychological Association, and the California MFT Association for Therapists, and CTA/NEA and AFT/CFT for Educators. Ms. Godshall continues her Professional Development by reading the newest developments in psychology and taking extra classes and workshops in psychological studies.