William Rudd earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master’s of Social Work also from the University of Pittsburgh with a concentration in special populations such as geriatrics and adults with disabilities. William is currently a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). Outside of work, William enjoys spending time with his wife and dog, reading, and Steelers football.
William is an enthusiastic and creative clinician who balances a holistic approach with the traditional recovery model. Effective therapy involves helping clients apprehend how they contribute to their own discomfiture. William relies heavily on experiential activities and interpersonal therapy to engage each client in their own path toward restoration.
“My ability to think critically and sensitively has been tempered by a sincere appreciation for the humanity I wish to bridge and the hope I wish to instill for everyone in my care. For every single person, I help I can know, too, that the impact travels further than the one person in front of me.”