Dr. Dadson partnered with a diverse group of professionals, including physicians, clinical counselors, nurses, and specialists in disability concerns and learning resources, to develop a University Wellness Model.
In partnership with others, Dr. Mike Dadson developed a University Career Model that integrates the concepts of identity development, career counseling and coaching.
As a supervisor, Dr. Dadson oversaw the delivery of therapeutic services to individuals facing a wide range of psychological difficulties, including borderline depression, eating disorders, anxiety, relationship problems, suicidality, gender identity concerns, cross-cultural challenges, self-mutilation, and spiritual distress.
By initiating the development of internship supervision, it increased the department’s capacity with a strategy to deliver services by implementing a more cost-effective service model. Dr. Michael Dadson also conducted research, both quantitative and qualitative, at a student healthcare center, using their findings to inform curriculum and psycho-educational workshops.”