Jacqueline Hudak has been practicing Couple and Family Therapy for over 25 years. She is on the board of The American Family Therapy Academy, is a member of The Council on Contemporary Families, and is an Approved Supervisor with The American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy.
Dr. Hudak received her M.Ed. in 1984 from the Counseling and Consulting Psychology Program at Harvard University; her Ph.D. is in Couple and Family Therapy from Drexel University, where she is an adjunct faculty member. She has published in the areas of addiction, domestic violence, gender and power, and the meaning of ‘marriage’ and ‘family’ in today’s culture.
Dr. Hudak is a teacher, speaker, and family therapy supervisor, and has lectured on a variety of topics that impact family life. She works with men, women and gender issues, as well as in helping families navigate identity transitions.
She is at work on two forthcoming books, "Necessary conversations: How to free fall into saying what needs to be said" and an untitled memoir.