Daniel Rothman, Ph.D., C. Psych.

Daniel Rothman, Ph.D., C. Psych.

Registered Psychologist


Head, Youth Services

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Dr. Rothman is a registered clinical and forensic psychologist and formerly an Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical Health Psychology, College of Medicine, at the University of Manitoba. He has provided assessment, consultation and treatment services in child protection, hospital and correctional settings and has served as an advisor to child welfare, forensic mental health and law enforcement programs across Canada, the United States and Australia. As a member of the Adolescent Guidelines Committee of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA), he co-authored the ATSA Practice Guidelines for Assessment, Treatment, and Intervention with Adolescents Who Have Engaged in Sexually Abusive Behavior.

In his clinical practice, Dr. Rothman provides assessment, treatment consultation and training regarding children, adolescents and adults with a range of mental health and behaviour concerns. His areas of specialization include trauma, childhood abuse, child and adolescent behaviour problems, risk and threat assessment, sexually abusive behavior, interpersonal violence, parenting, addictions, depression, stress, anxiety, anger and developmental disabilities. He has special research interests in the prevention of child abuse; the roles of trauma, attachment and autism spectrum disorders on human development; multisystemic and holistic approaches to intervention and risk management; and how to tailor therapeutic relationships to enhance clinical outcomes. He has written articles and book chapters on these and other topics and frequently provides training for child welfare, mental health and criminal justice professionals locally, nationally and internationally.


  • Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Psychology – University of Manitoba, 2007
  • Master of Arts, Department of Psychology – University of Manitoba, 1999
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) – University of Manitoba, 1995

Practice Areas

  • Adult Treatment & Assessment
  • Youth Treatment & Assessment
  • Consultation and Training