Caroline Roesel is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who has worked as a BCBA in the Austin area since 2015. She has worked in early childhood development for 17 years in various roles including teacher, research assistant, and behavior analyst in various clinical and director-level roles. Caroline’s work with young children with special needs began while she was earning her Bachelor’s Degree from Texas Woman’s University in Communication Science and Disorders. She went on to teach in the general education setting before returning to school to earn her graduate degree. During graduate school at the University of Texas at Austin, she worked at the UT Meadow’s Center for Preventing Educational Risk with children with a wide range of diagnoses, including autism, ODD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, and other learning disabilities.
After graduating with a M.Ed. in Learning Disabilities and Behavior Disorders, she continued her studies in applied behavior analysis at the Florida Institute of Technology. After working as a BCBA for 8 years with young children with autism and their families, Caroline’s work expanded to serving adults living in group homes with a wide range of disabilities, moderate to severe challenging behaviors, and acute psychiatric disorders.
Caroline’s passions include teaching and mentoring direct therapist and BCBAs. She teaches at St. Edward’s University as an adjunct professor in the M.A. program for Applied Behavior Analysis. Other areas of interest include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and supporting parents and caregivers.
Outside of work, Caroline enjoys spending time with her son and partner, and camping across Central Texas.