Dr. Jonathan Irwin Goode


Jonathan Goode is a Clinical Psychologist, Certified Group Psychotherapist, and the founder/CEO of Goode Psychological Services, PLLC (GPS). GPS is a private mental health practice that focuses on promoting positive mental wellness to men of color. Dr. Goode specializes in the psychological effects of racism, toxic masculinity, relationship/communication difficulties, depression, anxiety, and trauma, and focuses on effective coping strategies and protective factors for Black men.

His commitment to men of color has led to many collaboration and networking opportunities with various community-based agencies, organizations, and local radio/network stations to help build and sustain the mental health initiatives in the African-American community within Prince George's County and the surrounding areas. He strives to reduce stigma and educate residents on how to seek mental health resources.

In addition to private practice, Dr. Goode is a Staff Psychologist at Howard University Counseling Services (HUCS) where he provides individual therapy and group therapy. Dr. Goode also provides clinical supervision to doctoral students at HUCS’ American Psychological Association accredited training program. His role at Howard University has provided him the opportunity to hone the skills of the next generation of mental health clinicians.

He obtained his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Hampden-Sydney College. Dr. Goode obtained his master’s degree in psychological sciences from James Madison University, and his doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from George Washington University.

For more information about GPS, PLLC, please visit Dr. Goode’s website: www.goodepsychologicalservices.com or check out his profile on PsychologyToday.com.

Myra Tucker