Dr. Lauren Rudin is a post-doctoral resident at the Center for Integrated Behavioral Health beginning in August 2018 under the supervision of Dr. Philip Pellegrino, Psy.D., ABPP. She earned her Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Widener University. Dr. Rudin completed her APA-accredited pre-doctoral internships at Keystone Center and the Division of Prevention and Behavioral Health Services. During her internship years, she focused on further developing her skills in both psychological assessment and the application of evidence-based approaches in the treatment of anxiety, depression, substance use, and trauma in both group and individual therapy.
While Dr. Rudin has experience in treating a wide range of psychological disorders, Dr. Rudin’s primary clinical interests are in the treatment of adolescents and adults, anxiety disorders, and depression. She has specialized clinical training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).
Dr. Rudin uses humor, curiosity, and a philosophy of collaboration in order to build rapport and create a safe space for her clients to practice acceptance and change. She works with her clients to build a treatment plan that is tailored to them while also being grounded in scientific research. Dr. Rudin aims to provide empathetic, ethical care in order to help clients reach their goals.