Michael J. Rohrbaugh
Michael Rohrbaugh is a distinguished family psychologist, clinician, and researcher now living in Virginia and affiliated with George Washington University.
After receiving his PhD in clinical and experimental psychology from Kent State University, Rohrbaugh served as a Vietnam era Army psychologist before taking positions at the University of North Dakota, Albany Medical College, the College of William and Mary, and the University of Arizona, where he directed the in-house psychology department training clinic and co-directed the U of A Family Research Laboratory. Rohrbaugh is now a clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at George Washington University, professor emeritus of psychology at the University of Arizona, and co-director of Rohrbaugh, Banks and Associates, LLC, a small organization providing private and pro bono family consultation services in Fairfax VA.
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- Rohrbaugh, M. J., & Shoham, V. (2001). Brief therapy based on interrupting ironic processes: The Palo Alto model. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 8, 66–81.Google Scholar
- Rohrbaugh, M. J., & Shoham, V. (2017). Family consultation for change-resistant health and behavior problems: A systemic-strategic approach. In A. J. Consoli, L. E. Beutler, & B. Bongar (Eds.), Comprehensive textbook of psychotherapy (2nd ed., pp. 170–187). New York: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar