Miriam Goodman

MIRIAM GOODMAN is the coordinator of trafficking programs at the Center for Court Innovation. She is involved in many trafficking projects, including helping to create the human-trafficking intervention courts in New York State and providing training to judges, lawyers, and clinicians on trauma and working with trafficking survivors. She is also beginning to work with family courts on this issue. Ms. Goodman’s focus is on trauma work, and she has trained extensively in evidence-based practices for working with trauma survivors. She previously worked as a therapist at Safe Horizon’s Counseling Center, where she provided trauma-focused therapy for crime victims. She received her B.A. in sociology from Dickinson College and her M.S.W. from the Silver School of Social Work at New York University.