Lisa Rudduck PhD, LMHC, SUDP

Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision, Antioch University
MA, Mental Health Counseling, Seattle University
BA, Liberal Studies, Seattle University

Lecturer, Counseling (COUN)

Phone: 206-296-2682

Building/Room: Loyola 411

Rudduck, Lisa CV


Lisa Rudduck is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Substance Use Disorder Professional in the State of Washington. She as two decades of experience helping individuals and families impacted by substance use disorders and addiction. Lisa has worked in a variety of clinical settings including addiction treatment centers, community mental health, and private practice. She has served in a range of clinical roles including counselor, treatment director, family program administrator, and is qualified to provide clinical supervision to counselors pursuing dual credentialing. Lisa has extensive clinical experience working with attachment injuries, trauma, anxiety, grief, interpersonal relationship issues, and challenges faced in long-term recovery.  She completed Level II Sensorimotor Psychotherapy training and has completed Level 1 Internal Family Systems as well as IFS applied to a variety of clinical presentations. Lisa’s theoretical orientation is an integration of contemporary psychodynamic principles, and somatic trauma-informed approaches grounded in neuroscience. Lisa has over ten years teaching experience at the graduate level. She is currently completing her research dissertation to earn a PhD in counselor education and supervision.