Thomas Rodebaugh

Professor, Director of Clinical Training

219 Somers Family Hall

Professor ​Rodebaugh is a clinical psychologist with a focus on anxiety disorders in adults, particularly generalized social anxiety disorder. However, much of his current work focuses on bothersome tinnitus and the use of cognitive behavioral therapy for that issue. He is also interested in treatment outcome and process more generally.  Dr. Rodebaugh has recently focused on intensive longitudinal data and methods of modeling processes in individuals. He has over one hundred peer-reviewed publications. His research has focused on assessment, treatment, cognitive factors (e.g., attention bias), interpersonal processes, friendship, loneliness, and the enhancement of exposure treatment across the anxiety disorders. He has a long-standing interest in the selection of appropriate statistical models (e.g., structural equation models; item response theory models; network models; idiographic models) for evaluating measures and testing hypotheses.  Dr. Rodebaugh’s primary clinical focus is on supervising graduate students who provide psychotherapy at the department’s Psychological Services Center. Dr. Rodebaugh provides supervision in cognitive behavioral therapy and other empirically supported treatments. He is also the Director of Clinical Training for the Clinical Program. Outside of work, Dr. Rodebaugh also plays the guitar and gardens. Both badly.