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Jamie Goodwin-Uhler, Ph.D.

Specialist Instructor

Field Placement Developer & Coordinator

Howard Hall 122
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Jamie Goodwin-Uhler, Ph.D.

Jamie Goodwin-Uhler, Ph.D., is a counseling psychologist who is originally from Pennsylvania. Goodwin was trained as a clinician. She is a Licensed Psychologist in private practice and Assistant Director of Making Daughters Safe Again, a nonprofit organization providing education to professionals, survivors and the general public on the topic of mother-daughter sexual abuse. She currently serves as field placement developer, and a coordinator and first year advisor. She is also a principal investigator in the Clinical Psychology Research Center.  


Ph.D., Ball State University

M.S., Loyola University

B.A., Susquehanna University

Research Interests

The psychology of fandom, friendships and relational aggression/victimization, gender issues and feminism, sexual trauma, and perceptions of leisure activities.


Hatchard, C., Goodwin, J., Sidall, E., & Muniz, L. (2017). Perceptions of abusive parenting behaviors: A preliminary exploration into the underrecognition of mother-daughter sexual abuse.  Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 26(4), 428-441.

Presentations/Invited Talks

Hatchard, C.J., & Goodwin, J.L. (2020, March). Blind spots: Challenges in evaluating and navigating cases of mother-daughter sexual abuse. Presentation accepted at the American College of Forensic Psychology 36th Annual Symposium: San Diego, CA. (Cancelled)

Hatchard, C.J., Piccoli, K., Goodwin, J., & Laster, M. (2019, March). The role of the father in cases of mother-daughter sexual abuse. Poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association Conference, New York, NY.

Goodwin, J. (2017, May). Rumor has it: Relational aggression in LGBTQ+ relationships. Presented at the 4th Annual Contemporary Relationships Conference & Expo: Austin, TX.

Hatchard, C., & Goodwin, J. (2016, May). Mixed signals: Exploring the impact of same-sex abuse on identity formation and relationships. Pre-conference institute presented at the 3rd  Annual Contemporary Relationships Conference & Expo: Austin, TX.

Hatchard, C., & Goodwin, J. (2016, February). Beyond Sybil: Explaining DID to singletons and why it matters. Presented at the 6th Annual Healing Together Conference by An Infinite Mind: Orlando, FL.

Goodwin, J. (2015, September). I see what you did there: The effective use of video examples in the teaching of psychology. Presented at the Atlantic Coast Teaching of Psychology Conference, Red Bank, NJ.

Goodwin, J., & Hatchard, C. (2014, October). Stereotypes and stigma in internet television fan culture. Presented at the 2014 Film & History Conference, Madison, WI.

Hatchard, C., Goodwin, J., Muniz, L., & Siddall, E. (2014, August). Speaking about the Unspeakable: Addressing Female-Female Sexual Abuse. Full-day conference presented at First 5 Family Resource Center, Madera, CA.

Goodwin, J.L., & Morecraft, J. (2014, May). Psychological disorders: What they are and how to help. Invited lecture presented at Marlboro High School, Marlboro, New Jersey

Hatchard, C.J., Goodwin, J.L., & Branick, A. (2013, November). Therapeutic considerations within the context of mother-daughter sexual abuse and the role of eating disorders. Invited lecture presented at The Renfrew Center, Coconut Creek, FL


Frequently Taught Classes

  • Abnormal Psychology (PY 208)
  • Field Experience in Psychology (PY 310)
  • First Year Seminar (FY 101)
  • Introduction to Psychology (PY 103)
  • Psychology for (College) Life (FYPY 102)
  • Psychopathology (PY 208)
  • Theories of Personality (PY 305)

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Spring

2021 Fall

  • Introduction to Psychology - PY 103
  • Theories of Personality - PY 305

2021 Spring

2020 Fall

  • Introduction to Psychology - PY 103
  • Theories of Personality - PY 305

2020 Spring

  • Abnormal Psychology - PY 208
  • Theories of Personality - PY 305

2019 Fall

  • Psychology for (College) Life - FYPY 102
  • Theories of Personality - PY 305

2019 Spring

  • Abnormal Psychology - PY 208
  • Theories of Personality - PY 305