- TCS Online
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
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Dr. Denita Hudson is an Associate Faculty member of the MA in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program online. Prior to joining TCSPP, she served as contributing faculty at Walden and adjunct faculty for Indiana Wesleyan University. She also served as Program Coordinator and Chi Sigma Iota faculty advisor for the Clinical Mental Health Program at Indiana Wesleyan as well. Dr. Hudson has been a licensed Professional Counselor for over 14 years and has experience in various mental health settings, including: Private practice, Community Mental Health Centers, College Counseling Centers and Domestic Violence Programs. She has also worked in vocational rehabilitation counseling serving people with physical and mental disabilities.
- Education History
Degree Institution BA Psychology Wright State University MS Community Counseling Wright State University Ph.D. Counselor Education Ohio University
Licensed Professional Counselor, OH
- Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise Aging/Adult Development Caregiving Career/Workplace Issues Career Counseling Diversity Multicultural Training Mood Disorders Depression PTSD/Trauma Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Title Location Date Building a Foundation for Culturally Sensitive Counseling: A Phenomenological study of the perceptions of African American and Hispanic Communities. Pittsburg, PA Perceptions of Counseling Faculty Competency based on Faculty Licensure and Participation in Counseling Practice. Honolulu, HI Alliance Increases Management: The AIM of Collaboration. Indianapolis, IN Counseling the Elderly: What All Should Know. Indianapolis, IN Collaboration: School and Agencies Unite for Better Days for Kids Indianapolis, IN
Bhat, C. S., Pillay, Y. & Hudson, D. N. (2012). Supporting African American females in doctoral counseling programs at predominantly White institutions. American Counseling Association Vista Online, 92 , 1 - 13.
- Professional Skills
Diversity, Career, PTSD, Aging