Hudson will complete his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology in August 2023, and is currently finishing his predoctoral internship at San Diego’s Sharp Mesa Vista psychiatric hospital.
Hudson’s doctoral research focuses on the experiences that fathers have when their babies require a stay in a neonatal intensive unit (NICU), and he has extensive experience providing consultation, training, as well as psychotherapy in individual, couples, and group formats. His approach to clinical work with clients centers around developing a collaborative working relationship in which clients feel comfortable gaining new insights and trying out new skills to manage their areas of concern.
He blends a variety of modalities in psychotherapy including mindfulness-based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), behavioral exposure, motivational enhancement, as well as interpersonal (IPT) work based on the specific needs of clients. Hudson is very skilled at meeting clients where they are and clarifying a structured treatment plan that gives them tools to handle issues more effectively as well as more effectively leveraging their strengths to thrive.
To keep work and life balanced, Hudson enjoys surfing, live music and trying new places to eat!
Hudson is an incoming post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Men’s Excellence supervised by CME founder, Dr. Singley (CA license PSY20995) as he gains hours toward licensure.