Will Lusenhop

Will Lusenhop

Clinical Associate Professor
Phone: (603) 862-5257
Office: Social Work, Pettee Hall, Durham, NH 03824
Pronouns: He/him/his

Will comes to UNH with a long clinical career having worked in schools, outpatient and inpatient settings, and residential treatment programs. He currently maintains a small private practice seeing adults and couples. As part of Will's doctoral training he focused on the organization and financing of mental Health and substance abuse treatment services in the U.S. and their implications on the quality of and access to care. His dissertation focused on gender differences in the prescribing of antidepressant medications within the primary care setting. His current interests are focused on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, and the pedagogy of diversity within the Social Work curriculum.

Courses Taught

  • SW 424: Introduction to Social Work
  • SW 611: Behavioral Health
  • SW 630: Race Equit Hlth & Hmn Srvcs
  • SW 697: Top/Race&Soc Justice Help Prof
  • SW 740: Social Work Field I
  • SW 740A: Social Work Field Seminar I
  • SW 741A: Social Work Field Seminar II
  • SW 785: Stdy Abrd:Comp Soc Welfare Sys
  • SW 796: Ind Stdy/Teaching Assistant
  • SW 885: Stdy Abrd:Comp Soc Welfare Sys
  • SW 897: Top/Prim Care Behav Health II
  • SW 952: HBSE III
  • SW 992: Special Projects & Ind Study


  • Ph.D., Admin/Plan/Soc Pol, Brandeis University
  • M.A., Admin/Plan/Soc Pol, Brandeis University
  • M.S.W., Social Work, Smith College
  • B.A., Social Work, University of Wisconsin
  • B.A., Psychology, University of Wisconsin

Selected Publications

  • Weinberg, D. B., Gittell, J. H., Lusenhop, R. W., Kautz, C. M., & Wright, J. (2007). Beyond our walls: Impact of patient and provider coordination across the continuum on outcomes for surgical patients. HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH, 42(1), 7-24. doi:10.1111/j.1475-6773.2006.00653.x

  • Weinberg, D. B., Lusenhop, R. W., Gittell, J. H., & Kautz, C. M. (2007). Coordination between formal providers and informal caregivers. HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 32(2), 140-149. doi:10.1097/01.HMR.0000267790.24933.4c

  • Kautz, C. M., Gittell, J. H., Weinberg, D. B., Lusenhop, R. W., & Wright, J. (2007). Patient benefits from participating in an, integrated delivery system: Impact on coordination of care. HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 32(3), 284-294. doi:10.1097/01.HMR.0000281629.30149.b1

  • Most Cited Publications