Meet Whitney Goodman, LMFT

Whitney Goodman is the radically honest psychotherapist behind the hugely popular Instagram account @sitwithwhit, the founder of Calling Home, author of Toxic Positivity, and the owner of The Collaborative Counseling Center, a private online therapy practice in Florida. She helps adult family members have better relationships, set boundaries, and navigate estrangement.

Whitney earned her undergraduate degree at Tulane University and a graduate degree in Counseling Psychology from The University of Miami. She has additional training and certifications in working with couples, families, trauma, and clients who have been diagnosed with chronic illness. Whitney has her own column in Psychology Today and has been featured in dozens of domestic and international publications, including The New York Times, Teen Vogue, NY Magazine, Instyle, and Good Morning America
Whitney is a millennial on a quest to make mental health information accessible and easy to understand. She believes that authenticity and emotional expression are the keys to living a full life. Whitney fully embraces her successes, humanity, and struggles and strives for authenticity in everything she does.
Whitney lives in Florida with her husband, their son, and two dogs, Luna and Charlie.

Trainings Whitney Has Completed:
- Gottman Method Couple's Therapy I, II, and III
- EMDRIA Approved EMDR Training
- Co-parenting Kids of Divorce
- High Conflict Divorce and Parenting Interventions
- Emotion Deepening Techniques In Attachment-Based Family Therapy
- When The Bully Is Your Brother or Sister: Sibling Violence
- I Have To Tell You Something: Family Conversations Of Sexual Abuse
- Seeking Safety: A Model for Trauma and/or Substance Abuse
- Creating The Anti-Depressant Family
- Relational Suicide Assessment


When people understand their emotions they can take control of their life.

Life is meant to be enjoyed. Healing our wounds allows us to have fun and live fully.

Everyone benefits from empathy, support, and a listening ear.

Building emotional strength means accepting you will experience emotions, they will impact you, and you can ride the wave.

What I offer: