Luke Mudd

Luke

Mudd

Luke Mudd

Dean of Academic Affairs

  • Roles:

  • Assistant Professor

  • Clinical Masters

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  • Campus:
  • Downtown Chicago
Department
Campus President
Institution
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Address Map of 325 N Wells St Chicago IL 60654
Office 709
325 N Wells Street
Chicago, IL 60654
Office Phone
312-467-2306
Email
Biography

Dr. Luke Mudd earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology from Bradley University. Following the completion of his undergraduate studies, he worked in a family business where he developed and oversaw the Human Resource and Marketing Departments. In his human resource capacity, he designed and implemented employee-related training and incentive programs. When Luke's family's business merged with another, smaller company, he began to develop an interest in the systems in which individuals live and work. As a result, Luke returned to school to pursue a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Illinois School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Mudd currently serves as the associate department chair of the counseling department at The Chicago School as well as provides psychotherapy to patients at The Family Stress Clinic, a multidisciplinary outpatient behavioral health practice located in Libertyville. Dr. Mudd also has worked in community mental health and advocacy which has developed his interest in aggression and violence. He has worked with gang members, violent children and adults, and addictions. His work also entailed working with some server psychopathology patients that had violent tendencies. He has studied aggression at all levels of development and has worked with both perpetrators of violence and survivors. Dr. Mudd has worked as a leadership coach and a consultant for business processes and motivation for the health care industry. Whether working in a coaching or clinical relationship, Dr. Mudd utilizes both Positive Psychology and Solution-Focused Systems approaches, each a strength-based, integrated approach to treatment. The aim of the work is typically to identify goals and develop the skills and attitude necessary for success. The individual being coached is recognized as the only expert of their life experience. They are encouraged to find meaning, gain improved self-awareness, and to apply practical, improved strategies in the systems in which they work and live.

Education History
Degree Institution
Bachelors Psychology Bradley University
Doctorate Clinical Psychology Illinois School of Professional Psychology
Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise
Addiction/Substance Abuse Addiction
Career/Workplace Issues Leadership
Work/Life Balance
Diversity Community Mental Health
Multicultural Training
Domestic Violence Child Abuse
Spousal/Partner Abuse
Marriage & Family Couples Counseling
Domestic Partnership Rights
Family Therapy
Relationships and dating
Mental Health/Psychopathology/Clinical Psychology Anxiety
Assessment/Psychological Testing
Mood Disorders/Suicide
Personality Disorders
Psychotic Disorders
Stress/Coping
Trauma/PTSD
Mood Disorders Bipolar Disorder
Depression
Psychology Subdisciplines
Subdisciplines
Therapeutic/Theoretical Orientation Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
Psychoanalysis
Violence Bullying
Gangs
School Violence
Professional Skills
abuse (child, domestic, partner), addiction, anger, anxiety, bipolar disorder, bullying, children, adolescent, families , clinical psychology, cognitive/cognitive behavioral therapy, community mental health, conflict resolution, couples counseling, depression, domestic partnership rights, gangs, leadership, marriage and family therapy, mental illness, mood disorders, multicultural training, personality disorders, positive psychology, psychological testing, psychopathology, psychotherapy, psychotic disorders, relationships/dating, school violence, stress, trauma, violence, work/life balance