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L. Rozelle Moulton, M.S.

L. Rozelle Moulton has an M.S. in psychology and more than 16 years of experience working with individuals with disabilities and their families. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in special education at the University of Texas at Austin. Moulton has worked with a wide variety of clients as a behavior management consultant, crisis intervention specialist, therapist, vocational supervisor, recreation and social specialist, and consumer advocate. Additionally, while serving as a director of a community living program, she has overseen community-based residential services for adults with aggression and other behavioral concerns who were dually diagnosed with mental illness and developmental or cognitive disabilities. She has also worked as a private consultant to agencies serving adults and children with a variety of disabilities. Moulton is the coauthor of Informal Assessments for Transition Planning (along with Gary Clark and James Patton). After completing her doctorate, she plans to pursue research and do consulting work. Her research interests include traumatic brain injury, autism, family adjustment issues, transition, self-determination, and developmental disabilities.