Dr. Ludin is a licensed clinical psychologist (PSY32172) who specializes in the treatment of trauma, relationship concerns, sexual health, and identity-related concerns. She serves patients through the PTSD, THRIVE, and Sexual Dysfunction Clinics at Stanford School of Medicine. Dr. Ludin received a master's degree in Education and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Virginia. She completed her doctoral internship at the University of Michigan Mary A. Rackham Institute, where she received specialized training in the treatment of couples and families. Dr. Ludin completed her postdoctoral training at Stanford School of Medicine.
- Couples therapy
- Sexual health
- Gender identity
- Sexual trauma and PTSD
- Family therapy
- Adolescent romantic aggression
- Disparities research
- School-based intervention
- Community-based intervention
- Stanford University, Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2020
- University of Virginia, PhD in Clinical Psychology, 2019
- University of Virginia, MEd in School Counseling, 2015
- George Washington University, MA in Psychology, 2012
- Clinical Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford School of Medicine
- Licensed Psychologist and Owner of Ludin Psychotherapy
- Clinical Instructor with the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford School of Medicine
- Licensed Psychologist with Peninsula Behavioral Health
- Ludin, S., & Debnam, K. (In preparation). Prevention in primary education: Effective school-based interventions for middle and high school students. In H. T. Wilson & C. T.
- Khan (Eds.), Facing Campus Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence with Courage: A Guide for Institutions and Clinicians on Prevention, Support, and Healing. American Psychiatric Association Publishing.
- Ludin, S., Bottiani, J. H., Debnam, K., Solis, M. G. O., & Bradshaw, C. P. (2018). A cross-national comparison of risk factors for teen dating violence among middle school students in Mexico and the United States. Journal of Youth and Violence.