Cheyenne Cody da Rosa is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She was born and raised in Tucson, AZ, however moved to Marietta Ohio in 2021. She received a Bachelors in Speech and Language Sciences from Northern Arizona University. She then attended graduate school at Arizona State University where she earned a Master of Education with a focus on Applied Behavior Analysis, and a Master of Science in Family and Human Development. She also holds a certificate in Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disorders from the University of Arizona and a certificate in Gifted Education from Arizona State University. She is currently pursuing a Doctor of Behavioral Health degree.
She has over 10 years working with children with special needs and their families. She has worked in a wide range of settings including schools, behavioral health, in-home programs and early intervention. She has designed and implemented individualized parent training programs as well as individualized ABA programming curriculum. She has professional interests in expanding the scope of applied behavior analysis into the treatment of PTSD in both children and adults as well as the integrated care setting to address barriers to the management of chronic illness and addiction treatment. She truly loves what she does and is passionate about ensuring access to quality behavior analysis to anyone who can benefit from it.
In her personal life she is married and a mother of six children spanning in ages from 1 year to 30 years old. She also has two grandchildren, 2 and 4 months old. Just to keep life exciting, she also has 5 rescue dogs and is looking forward to adding some chickens and goats to the family in the near future. They are a big, busy and fun loving family that enjoys traveling, adventures and creating new memories with each other.