Roseanne Lesack, PhD, BCBA-D, ABPP
ABA Practicum Coordinator and Assistant Professor
Dr. Lesack is a licensed psychologist and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-D®. She has been working with children and families across the developmental spectrum to address a variety of behavioral concerns with a focus over the past number of years on pediatric feeding disorders. She received her training at Emory University and the Marcus Autism Center and was the founding clinic director of the Feeding Disorders Clinic at Nova Southeastern University.
- PhD – School Psychology, Fordham University
- MS – School Psychology, Fordham University
- BS – Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles
Dr. Lesack has focused her research endeavors on children diagnosed with pediatric feeding disorders. She has examined various treatment strategies for children who are feeding tube dependent, limiting the variety of foods consumed, and feeding patterns of children on the autism spectrum. Her interests also include parent training and the impact families can have on child behavior. Dr. Lesack also serves as a reviewer for Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology.