David Goodman is the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Student Services at the Woods College of Advancing Studies at Boston College, Psychoanalytic Studies faculty at Boston College, the Director of Psychology and the Other, Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis faculty, and a Teaching Associate at Harvard Medical School/Cambridge Hospital. Dr. Goodman has written over a dozen articles on continental philosophy, Jewish thought, social justice, and psychotherapy. His recent book The Demanded Self: Levinasian Ethics and Identity in Psychology (with Duquesne University Press, 2012) considers the intersection of psychology, philosophy, and theology as it pertains to narcissism, ethical phenomenology, and selfhood. Additionally, Dr. Goodman has co-edited four volumes which feature conversations that have taken place at the Psychology and the Other Conferences (Psychology and the Other: A Dialogue at the Crossroad of an Emerging Field with Mark Freeman and Oxford University Press, 2015; The Ethical Turn: Otherness and Subjectivity in Contemporary Psychoanalysis with Eric Severson and Routledge, 2016; The Road to the Living God: Ana María Rizzuto and the Psychoanalysis of Religion with Martha Reineke and Rowman & Littlefield, contracted; Critical and Theoretical Perspectives in Psychology: Dialogues at the Edge of American Psychological Discourse with Heather Macdonald and Brian Becker and Palgrave Macmillan, contracted; and In the Wake of Trauma with Eric Severson and Brian Becker and Duquesne University Press, contracted. Dr. Goodman is also a licensed clinical psychologist and has a private practice in Cambridge, MA.