Dr. Dean William Rudoy received his education at The Johns Hopkins University and Fordham University and the core of his training in clinical psychology at the New York University - Bellevue Medical Center.
He has served on the graduate faculties of the New York University School of Medicine, the University of New Mexico, and Webster University. He is the past president of the New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society, served for ten years on the Board of Directors of New Mexico Voices for Children, is currently Trustee of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights, and speaks publicly on issues of psychological health and human development across the lifespan. He is licensed to practice psychology in New Mexico and New York, and has been engaged by the New Mexico Psychological Association to present seminars to his fellow psychologists.
For thirty years, Dr. Rudoy has worked in the field of psychology as a psychotherapist, teacher, consultant, and researcher. He has also produced four plays on adolescent life issues and published articles and books in the fields of psychology, sociology, and political science -- including "The Psychosocial Impact and Developmental Implications of the Threat of Nuclear War on Adolescents" which appeared in the international journal Medicine and War (1987), VIOLENCE: The Crisis of American Confidence (Johns Hopkins Press, 1971), and ARMED AND ALONE: The American Security Dilemma (George Braziller, 1972) with an introduction by Senator Edward M. Kennedy.
Over the years, Dr. Rudoy has served as a consultant to both national and international organizations, such as the International Peace Academy, the Center for Defense Information, and ChildsPlay International, as well as to several United States Senators. He also produced a nationwide current events radio program called In the Public Interest. At present, he is writing a book on the personality theory and therapeutic approach of Carl Jung and another book of life observations entitled CERTAIN OF MY DOUBT: Lessons Learned from this Hard, Sweet Life.