• Ed. D., Harvard University; awarded Sheldon Fellowship
  • Full-time private practice
  • Psychological Consultant to Child Health Services: clinical services, supervision, grant development, assist in developing integrated care model (Manchester, NH)
  • Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Joint Appointment, Departments of Pedicatrics and Psychiatry, 2001-2006
  • Trained as a family systems therapist with faculty from the Kantor Institute. Thesis contrasted psychosocial and psychiatric models of treating trauma, including grief following major life losses
  • Served as a facilitator at The Children's Room, providing psychosocial support to grieving families
  • Established support group for bereaved adults
  • Led establishment of clinical expertise and funding for multi-disciplinary agency to evaluate and treat trauma
  • Training in developmental attachment with Daniel A. Hughes, Ph. D.
  • More than 30 invited presentations
  • Licensed in New York
"Dr. Bon-Rudin is a thoroughly professional, skilled, perceptive, and wise clinician. She is a 'no-nonsense' professional, able to clearly communicate with her clients how she wishes and intends to help them. At the same time she is an extremely warm and caring professional. Without exception I have found her clinical formulations to be impeccable, and I marvel at her ability to complete a therapeutic goal in a set period of time. She has tremendous integrity, is a superb colleague, and a remarkably effective clinician."
Lawrence C. Kaplan, MD, Section Chief,
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center


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