Joanna Bunker Rohrbaugh, Ph.D, is a clinical and forensic psychologist with 30 years of experience providing:
- Evaluations related to child custody, parenting/bonding, and sexual abuse
- Forensic consultation and expert witness services for attorneys
- Collaborative law services as a general consultant, child expert, and divorce coach
- Psychotherapy for adults, adolescents, and children
- Training and supervision for clinicians and for divorce professionals
- Teaching graduate and advanced undergraduate courses about personality and developmental psychology.
Dr. Rohrbaugh is a trauma specialist who has been on the faculty of
the Harvard Medical School for thirty years. For the past twenty
years she has supervised clinicians at the Victims of Violence and
other outpatient programs at the Cambridge Hospital. Dr. Rohrbaugh
holds an A.B. from Brown University and a Ph.D. in Personality and
Developmental Psychology from Harvard University.
Dr. Rohrbaugh is a member of the Board of Directors of the
Massachusetts Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation
Courts (AFCC) and a former board member of the Massachusetts
Association of Guardians Ad Litem (MAGAL).
Dr. Rohrbaugh is the author of A Comprehensive
Guide to Child Custody Evaluations: Mental Health and Legal
Perspectives (NY: Springer, 2008). She also wrote Women:
Psychology's Puzzle, one of the classic textbooks on the
Psychology of Women, and has taught a series of different courses on
gender and personality at the Harvard University Extension.