Latrelle Rogers, M.A., BCBA
Latrelle is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Salisbury State University in Maryland, and a Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. During her Master’s studies, she completed an internship with the Texas Young Autism Project under the guidance of Gerald Harris, PhD, BCBA-D. She continued with TYAP as a Team Lead, working with children diagnosed with Autism and other developmental disabilities, in both in-home and clinic-center based services. During this time, she presented at the annual ABAI Conference on the topic “A Comparison of Two Different Approaches to Teaching Assertiveness to Young Children with Autism.” Her background also includes working with children and families involved in foster care and the juvenile court system. Prior to her internship at Central Psych Charlotte, Latrelle worked for a community service board in Virginia where she was the Supervisor for Developmental Disabilities, Case Management and Behavioral Therapy Services, as well as a Positive Behavior Support Facilitator (Certified). Latrelle has been involved with families diagnosed with Autism for more than 30 years and has witnessed the positive life changes that ABA provides. Latrelle is married, has two children and three grandchildren. She is also a licensed private pilot and hopes to pass on the love of flight to her grandchildren or anyone else willing to listen!