DAVID I. RUDICK, PH.D.
David Ian Rudick, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist in Pennsylvania. He is also certified as a school psychologist and was a former High School English teacher. He has been in private practice for over 20 years and has been a clinical practitioner and on the faculty at The Center for Psychotherapy Research, University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. He has received extensive training in both long term and short term psychotherapy. Dr. Rudick was involved in both research and direct clinical work on developing the CCRT (Core Conflictual Relational Theme), also know as the Penn Model. At Penn he treated residents, professors, Penn law students, and undergraduates. He has also been responsible for the supervision of a collaborative team working with Wrap Around children and their families. Dr. Rudick has also taught graduate students in psychological testing and diagnosis and has supervised many psychology and social work professionals. As a former school psychologist Dr. Rudick supervised special education teachers and collaborated in a Child Study Team. In his work at SRI Dr. Rudick works with a wide variety of people, chiefly with adults and adolescents and “likes his work” very much! He uses his collective experience to “meet the person where they are” and provide an individual approach that is tailored to the person. Dr. Rudick is not wedded to one model of psychotherapy and as such each person brings a new experience to be understood. He is generally known for his good cheer, optimism, and sense of humor. When not in the office he can usually be seen running around the neighborhood or playing his guitar.