Lisa Rudduck, MEd, LMHC, SUDP
Teaching Faculty, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Addiction Studies Coordinator, School of Applied Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy
Curriculum Vitae (PDF, new window)
Lisa Rudduck is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Substance Use Disorder Professional in the State of Washington and has been counseling for almost two decades. She has a range of experience in clinical settings including:
- Substance Use Disorder Treatment with Adolescents and Adults
- Treatment Director for Substance Abuse Treatment Clinic
- Family Program Creator and Administrator for Substance Abuse Treatment Program
- Co-occurring SUD and Mental Health Counseling for Community Mental Health
- Supervisor for Dual Credential Clinicians
- Private Practice 2007-2016 Specializing in Trauma and Addiction
Committed to increasing effectiveness in counseling clients with trauma and addiction, Lisa has completed the following postgraduate training:
- Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute Training: Level 1 and Level 2
- Internal Family Systems: Level 1
- Internal Family Systems: Neuroscience, Diversity and Inclusion, Addictions
Lisa has been teaching at Antioch since 2010, and in 2016 came on board full-time to create the Addiction Studies Certificate Program. She is dedicated to preparing students to be competent in working with individuals and families struggling with addiction and the legacy of generational trauma.
Antioch University Addiction Studies Certificate (ASC) Program
The spirit of our program is in service of integrating the fundamentals of addiction counseling that have proven to be effective, the explosion of neuroscience research supporting the strong relationship between trauma and addiction, as well as cutting edge clinical interventions that honor the relationship between mental health issues, attachment injury, trauma, and addiction.
The purpose of the Addiction Studies Certificate is to prepare students and professionals with the knowledge and clinical skills required to become an SUDP in the State of Washington via the SUDP Alternative Learning path. The ASC aims to increase participants’ knowledge and skill to provide for the therapeutic needs of clients struggling with substance use disorders and mental health issues. Students and professionals who complete the program will be knowledgeable and clinically competent to treat significant others as well, as this curriculum is heavily influenced by family systems theories. Aligned with our mission statement, the course curriculum is infused with learning experiences that raise awareness about social justice issues related to addiction treatment and skills to become an ally and advocate.
- PhD candidate, Counselor Education and Supervision, 2018-Present, Antioch University
- Masters Degree in Education Mental Health Counseling, Seattle University, 2007
- Bachelors Degree in Liberal Studies/Addiction Studies Certificate, Seattle University, 2002
- Communications Studies, Purdue University 1994-1998
- Purdue Study Abroad Program, Lancaster University, England, Purdue University