Dr. Sean LaRoque is a Founding Partner at Mansfield Hall. He received his master’s degree in educational psychology and his doctorate in child and adolescent psychology from the University of Arizona. Over the last 18 years, Dr. LaRoque has worked in both private practice and educational settings. Through this work, Dr. LaRoque has specialized in assessing and treating children with developmental disorders, supporting post secondary transitions, conducting EEG Biofeedback Therapy and developing alternative programming for at risk youth.

Dr. LaRoque’s additional experience includes working as a residential specialist with adults with developmental disabilities in an assisted living care facility, a research consultant focusing on environmental risk assessments, and a father of three boys. Along with being a published researcher in scholarly journals and text, Dr. LaRoque has been a research associate in the Campus Health Center at the University of Arizona and an adjunct professor in the Psychology Department at the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater.