Rachel Grue, M.A., BCBA – Center Director, Southpoint
Rachel received her bachelor’s degree in communication sciences from the University of Vermont. While attending, she began working in a facility for children diagnosed with Autism. She gained a passion for working with children who display severe problem behavior and then pursued her master’s degree in applied psychology with an emphasis in applied behavior analysis from Jacksonville State University. During this time, Rachel worked as a case manager, research assistant, and instructor for graduate level psychology courses. Upon receiving her BCBA, Rachel has served as a clinical supervisor in a variety of settings, with specialization in severe problem behavior and dual diagnosis. Rachel’s professional interests include complex behavior, vocational training, and parent training. During her free time, Rachel enjoys time with her two dogs, spending time outdoors, and relaxing at the beach.