- Ed.D. University of Illinois, Urbana
- M.Ed. Northeastern University
- B.A. Brandeis University
Stephen Rudin, EdD., M.P., ABMP, is Adjunct Professor in the College of Psychology, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where he had been named “Masters Professor of the Year” by the Graduate Student Association. He is also Professor of Behavioral Medicine at USAT College of Medicine at the Miami and St. Petersburg, FL campuses.
He retired as a clinical psychologist from, and as Director of, Behavioral Medicine Associates in Brockton, MA. He holds degrees from Brandeis University, Northeastern University and University of Illinois, Urbana, and completed psychopharmacology training in New York City. He is trained as a prescribing psychologist, and is board certified in Medical Psychotherapeutics and Diagnostics and in Clinical Psychopharmacology as a Medical Psychologist. Dr. Rudin also practiced in the Department of Neurology at Goddard Medical Associates, specializing in psychopharmacology, management of pain, sleep and other issues associated with neurological disorders, and has consulted extensively with primary care physicians and psychiatrists in diagnostics and psychopharmacology..
He was a Master Lecturer at Boston University for many years and is Adjunct Clinical Professor at William James College in Newton, Massachusetts. Dr. Rudin is a licensed Psychologist and Healthcare Provider in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.