Dr Judy Ho Biography
Dr Judy Ho (Judy Ho) is a double board certified and licensed Clinical & Forensic psychologist and a Tenured Associate Professor of Psychology (at Pepperdine University). She also co-hosts the CBS daytime talk show Face the Truth, alongside Vivica Fox, and appeared as a recurring guest co-host on season 10 of The Doctors (2017-2018). She was born in Taipei, Taiwan and later moved to United States, she holds both American and Taiwan citizenship.
She is a two time recipient of the National Institute of Mental Health Research Service Award (2004 and 2008), and completed a three year National Institute of Mental Health sponsored postdoctoral fellowship at University of California Los Angeles Neuropsychiatric Institute Department of Psychiatry.
Dr Judy Ho Age
Dr Judy Ho has not made her age public but has a younger sister who was born on 6th March 1983.
Dr Judy Ho Education
Dr. Judy Ho received her undergraduate degrees in Psychology (B. A.) and Business Administration (B. S.) from University of California, Berkeley, and completed her masters (M. S.) and doctoral (Ph. D.) degrees in Clinical Psychology at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine.
Dr Judy Ho Sister
Maria Ho is the younger sister of Judy Ho’s sister, she is one of the female poker players in the world, her accolades include being a 3-time Bluff Reader’s Choice Awards nominee for Favorite Female Poker Player, an American Poker Awards nominee, competing as the only all-female team on the 15th season of The Amazing Race, and a 2018 inductee into the Women in Poker Hall of Fame (being inducted the first year she was eligible and nominated).
Judy Ho Husband
In 2015 Judy Ho married Pablo Gavazza
Dr Judy Ho Clinical Psychologist
In 2011 Judy Ho became a board certified specialist (ABPP) through the prestigious American Board of Professional Psychology and currently serves on the ABPP Examination Committee. In 2015 she became a board certified specialist (CFMHE) through the National Board of Forensic Evaluators.
Dr Judy Ho currently serves as Consulting Neuropsychologist at Bridges To Recovery, an inpatient residential treatment center for adults, and as a Consulting Forensic Psychologist at Center for Professional Recovery, a drug and alcohol residential treatment program for professionals, and as a Consulting Neuropsychologist at Milestones Ranch Malibu, a dual-diagnoses residential treament center for adults.
She also spearheads her own clinical research aimed at improving mental health care for low income families and has acted as a consultant for Vericare, offering bilingual mental health services to Mandarin speaking patients.
Dr Judy Ho Pepperdine University
Dr Judy Ho is an assistant Professor of Psychology in Pepperdine University. She delivers evidence-based therapies to youth and adults, and teaches in the doctoral and masters level psychology programs at Pepperdine University. Her CREATE lab hosts her program of research aimed at 1.) improving mental health service delivery and outcomes for ethnically diverse youth populations in low-income community settings, and 2.) exploring creative, innovative interventions to better engage clients in the therapeutic process and to reduce stigma to professional mental health care.
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She specialises in Forensic psychology, Child psychology and parenting issues, Substance abuse and addiction, Depression, anxiety and personality disorders, Eating disorders and Neuropsychological testing.
Dr Judy Ho Forensic Psychologist
Judy Ho is a board Certified Forensic Mental Health Evaluator (CFMHE) and serves as an expert witness to provide professional psychological expertise to the judicial system. She addresses psychological problems that arise in the context of civil and criminal legal proceedings.
Judy Ho Book
Dr Judy Ho first wrote a chapter examining effective interventions for Conduct Disorder, and another chapter reviewing mental health status, treatment, and outcomes for ethnic minority families.
She edited a book titled “Immigrants: Acculturation, Socioeconomic Challenges, and Cultural Psychology”.
She is writing a book on how to stop Self-Sabotage, and another book that surveys novel treatment methods, such as art therapy, music therapy, and virtual reality therapy – which is currently in development.
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