Anna Rudo-Hutt, PhD

Clinical Psychologist, Healthy Brain Network

Child Mind Institute

Anna Rudo-Hutt, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist for the Healthy Brain Network. She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. Her research interests focus on using biomarkers to examine the development of externalizing disorders and antisocial behavior in children and adolescents. Dr. Rudo-Hutt completed an APA-accredited internship and a post-doctoral training year at Westchester Jewish Community Services, a community mental health agency in Westchester County, where she provided outpatient therapy using evidence-based interventions and conducted psychological evaluations. She later served as assistant director of the Learning Center at WJCS, where she conducted psychological evaluations and provided supervision and training in psychological assessment for psychology externs and interns. She has extensive training and experience conducting comprehensive assessments for children and adults, particularly children with autism spectrum disorder. In her role at the Healthy Brain Network, Dr. Rudo-Hutt conducts mental health, cognitive and learning evaluations.

Education

  • PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Pennsylvania.