Hi my name is Adam Good! I chose to become a marriage and family therapist because I believe in breaking negative cycles and building up relationships. Throughout my life, I’ve often heard the saying “people can’t change”, this idea can be harmful and straining on relationships. The choice to change takes effort and the steps towards that goal take even greater effort. The approach I take in therapy is encouraging you to rely on your strengths and uplift those around you. I want you to know that I will work alongside you, your family and/or your significant other to achieve your goals in therapy!
I believe changing perspectives and mapping out the root of issues can give insight into getting the solutions you want. I also believe that becoming comfortable with sharing the unspoken emotions felt can deepen relationships. I am passionate about helping families and couples because it is the context everyone has. Whether it’s friends, family, or partner(s), I want to create a space that is welcoming, diverse, and safe for all. The training I have received is systemic in nature which means your circle of loved ones and their connections are important in your therapy journey!
So that you may get to know more about me, I am working towards my master’s degree in marriage and family therapy (MFT) with National University (formerly Northcentral University). I am originally from Jackson, MS but I grew up in Branson, MO where I completed my undergraduate at College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, MO, majoring in psychology and minoring in radio production. Finding your therapist that fits what you’re looking for can take time but also means you’re headed in a healthy direction. If you’re considering therapy with your family or as a couple, I look forward to meeting with you!
Specializations: Families, Couples, Teens
Treatment Modes: Narrative family therapy, Emotionally focused therapy Therapy
Availability: By Appointment
Payment Types: Cash, Check, Credit-AMEX/MC/Visa, Debit Card, HSA
Accepted Insurance Plans: None, Sliding Scale