We develop a time-dependent Schrieffer-Wolff-Lindblad perturbation theory to study effective interactions for driven open quantum systems. The starting point of our analysis is a given Lindblad equation, based on which we obtain an effective (averaged) map that describes the renormalization of both the Hamiltonian and collapse operators due to the drive. As a case study, we apply this method to the dispersive readout of a transmon qubit and derive an effective dispersive map that describes measurement-induced dephasing and Stark shift for the transmon. The effective map we derive is completely positive and trace preserving under adiabatic resonator response. To benchmark our method, we demonstrate good agreement with a numerical computation of the effective rates via the Lindbladian spectrum. Our results are also in agreement with, and extend upon, an earlier derivation of such effects by Gambetta et al. [Phys. Rev. A 74, 042318 (2006)1050-294710.1103/PhysRevA.74.042318] using the positive P representation for the resonator field.