William Goulart, MS, is a doctoral student from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and the current psychology intern at State Hospital South. He earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Messiah College, and his Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. William’s clinical experiences include conducting neuropsychological and psychological assessments for traumatic brain injury, epilepsy, neurocognitive disorders, and psychiatric disorders and providing individual therapy and behavioral parent training. He has worked with individuals ranging in age from 6 to over 90 years old in assessment and therapy, but primarily works with adults and older adults. William is passionate about determining accurate diagnoses, thoroughly answering referral questions, making appropriate treatment recommendations through assessments, and treating individuals with empirically validated therapeutic approaches. While he primarily operates from a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy perspective, he also incorporates practices from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and tailors his treatment approach to each individual client. He is a firm believer in the importance of understanding the unique experience of every client and how this has impacted them. In his free time, he enjoys playing guitar, reading, hiking, or spending time with family and friends.