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Courses: CDEV: 110; CDEV: 220
Le Tresse has worked in the field of behavioral and mental health for over a decade. Specializing particularly in children with developmental disabilities, but not limited to this particular population of individuals. Le Tresse started her career in working with children in 2005 where she worked as a behavior interventionist at non-public school. It was there where she realized that behavior health and mental health were her driving force to help the individual experiencing the difficulties and their parents alike. Le Tresse has worked alongside various school districts, regional centers, private psychiatric hospitals and Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health and Department of Child and Family Services.
Le Tresse earned her Bachelors degree in Behavioral Sciences from Cal State University of Dominguez Hills and her Masters degree in psychology from Grand Canyon University. As a considered lifelong student, Le Tresse continues to take advantage of learning opportunities to gain a better understand of children and human development. Le Tresse is currently training to become a certified grief counselor, soon. In her spare time Le Tresse enjoys spending time with her husband, two children, dog, going on hikes, riding bikes, and cooking.