Diane K. Hudson, Ph.D., BCBA
I’ve been working with children and adults my entire career and absolutely love seeing clients make progress and feel pride in their accomplishments. To have a sixth-grader tell you the skill she practiced in session helped her stay calm during class, or a parent tell you their evenings are going so much more smoothly, or hear an 8-year-old calmly talk himself through a situation that six months ago would have caused him to cry and run from the room – these are the successes I strive for with my clients. I believe in spending time working on skills that are relevant to your daily life and that you can use long after we’ve finished our work together.
My personal mission is for all of my clients to become more independent in their own ways, to know themselves better, and to be comfortable advocating for themselves.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 1998, a Master of Science in Special Education in 2002, and earned my Ph.D. in School Psychology in 2003. I became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2015. The common denominator across my degrees and certifications is a dedication to using the best knowledge we have in behavioral science to help improve the lives of others.