Dr. Hudson specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills, and client-centered treatment. He has extensive experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds who struggle with a range of mental health challenges. As such, he is passionate about providing collaborative evidence-based therapy tailored to the individual needs of each client. Dr. Hudson has experience treating adults and youth who struggle with anxiety, depression, issues of self-esteem, racial trauma, and suicidal & self-injurious behavior, among other difficulties. Dr. Hudson’s approach to treatment is grounded in the therapeutic relationship and built on a commitment to meeting the client where they are. His goal is to help his clients to create a life where they feel more in control, by helping them to understand their current ways of thinking and behaving, and providing the tools needed for long-term change.
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Dr. Hudson is dedicated to providing a compassionate, inclusive, and affirming space. With regards to diversity and individual difference, he recognizes that each client carries with them a unique set of identities, which can sometimes be a source of tension. Dr. Hudson strives to gain an understanding of each person’s unique identities to help them feel supported, and empowered. Additionally, he is passionate about serving underrepresented groups, targeting systems-level issues, and fostering healing from racial trauma.
Dr. Hudson completed his predoctoral psychology internship at the University of Maryland – Baltimore County and obtained his PsyD from William James College. He has trained in a variety of clinical settings including community mental health centers, colleges, hospitals, and private practice. These settings have provided Dr. Hudson the opportunity to provide services to clients struggling with issues related to anxiety, depression, self-esteem, race/ethnicity, and relationships. In addition, he has supported individuals who have experienced difficulties related college sports and men’s health.
Dr. Hudson’s doctoral research explored how weightlifting contributes to the character strength of grit, and how grit may improve mental health and psychological well-being.
- University of Hartford, BA
- William James College, MA
- William James College, PsyD
- University of Maryland – Baltimore County, Predoctoral Internship
Areas of Expertise
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Client Centered Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills, men’s issues, athletic identity, college mental health, racial/ethnic identity, relationship issues, self-esteem, anxiety, depression, and suicidal & self-injurious behavior
Dr. Hudson spends his free time reading comic books, spending time with friends and family, and trying new restaurants. In addition, he spends most mornings in the gym, and has recently started powerlifting.