Judy Taub
Associate Director of Clinical Services • LCSW • CAC II

Judy has worked as a clinical social worker in CAPS since 1996. She received her MSW degree from the Smith College School for Social Work in 1995. Prior to receiving her MSW, Judy worked as an Outward Bound instructor in a variety of programs serving adolescents struggling with substance use issues.

In addition to overseeing the clinical services at CAPS, Judy is a clinician working with students individually and in group therapy. She is trained in DBT therapy and uses this in both her individual and group work. Additionally, Judy works with students struggling with substance abuse issues, mood and anxiety disorders.

She loves working with the college-age population because it feels like a pivotal time in people's lives and there is so much opportunity for transitions and change.

Education

  • MSW - Smith College School for Social Work
  • BA, Psychology - University of Rochester

In my free time…

Enjoy spending time with her family and friends in the mountains, skiing, hiking and mountain biking.

My favorite thing about working at CAPS

Working with students.

Areas of interest

Substance abuse issues, mood disorders, managing distress, resilience bulding