Dr. Lomas Mevers received her doctorate in school psychology from Louisiana State University, under the mentorship of Jeffery Tiger, Ph.D. and George Noell, Ph.D. She completed her pre-doctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Marcus Autism Center and Emory University under the supervision of Nathan Call, Ph.D.
Dr. Lomas Mevers is currently the program manager for the severe behavior programs and specializes in the assessment and treatment of severe behavior disorders for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder or related disabilities. She is responsible for working with families and clinicians to develop effective behavioral interventions that decrease challenging behaviors and replace them with appropriate behaviors. In addition to her clinical duties she also provides training for pre-doctoral and postdoctoral trainees.
Dr. Lomas Mevers’ current research interests include increasing the social validity of behavioral interventions, increasing efficiencies in caregiver training and identifying those treatment components that are essential in order to maintain positive treatment outcomes over the long term.
Sean Ahlberg’s aggressive behavior was keeping him from enjoying time with his family and getting out into the world. Since beginning his treatment at Marcus, Sean's behavior has changed and he has even become verbal with help from the Language and Learning Clinic.
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