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David Roseborough

Associate Professor

  • Education
  • PhD, The University of Minnesota

    MSW, College of St. Catherine & University of St. Thomas

    BA, Valparaiso University

  • Expertise
  • Certified Cognitive Therapist

    (CCT)Cognitive therapy

    Effectiveness research

    Intent to treat designs

    Longitudinal and time-series designs

    Disorder-specific approaches to treatment

David studies psychotherapy and other mental health-related interventions as they occur in real-life practice settings. He uses an approach called effectiveness research, which utilizes statistical approaches such as multilevel modeling and survival analysis in order to better understand "what works:" that is, to answer questions such as who gets better, in what ways and when?

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Roseborough, D., et al. (2018). Making and sustaining change from psychotherapy: A mixed methods study. Journal of Evidence-Informed Social Work, 15(6), 649-675.

Roseborough, et al. (2018, January). Making and sustaining change from psychotherapy: A mixed methods study. Poster presentation at the Society for Social Work Research (SSWR) 2018 Conference. Washington, DC.

Roseborough, D., McLeod, J., & Wright, F. (2016). Attrition in psychotherapy: An effectiveness study. Research on Social Work Practice, 26(7), 803 - 815.

Luptak, M. & Roseborough, D. J. (2015, November 21). Effectiveness of psychotherapy with older adults: A longitudinal Study. Poster presentation at the Gerontological Society of America’s 68th Annual Scientific Meeting. Orlando, Florida.

Roseborough, D., Luptak, M., McLeod, J., & Bradshaw, W. (2013). Effectiveness of psychodynamic psychotherapy with older adults: A longitudinal study. Clinical Gerontologist, 36, 1 – 16.

Roseborough, D., McLeod, J., & Bradshaw, W. (2012). Psychodynamic psychotherapy: A quantitative, longitudinal perspective. Research on Social Work Practice, 22(1), 54 – 67.

Roseborough, D. (2011). There are some things I don’t want to know: Leichsenring & Rabung’s long road to the 2008 JAMA report. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(4), 355-61.

Armour, M., Bradshaw, B., & Roseborough, D. (2007). Finding a place in the world: The experience of recovery from severe and persistent mental illness. Qualitative Social Work, 6(1), 27 – 47.