Areas of Expertise
Adult Psychotherapy, Motivational Interviewing, Substance Use Disorders, ADHD
PhD, Clinical Psychology, Boston University
BA, Psychology, University of Pennsylvania
Tracey Rogers joined the faculty of the Psychology Department in 2014. For two years prior to this, she provided clinical supervision at the UMass Boston Counseling Center for Clinical Psychology graduate students. She currently co-leads the Psychology Department's new initiative, UMB-UR-BEST (University Resources for Behavioral and Educational Skills Training). She also teaches Abnormal Psychology (215), Principles of Psychotherapy (420), and Introduction to Outreach and Prevention. She previously taught at Suffolk University, where she was also the Coordinator of Clinical Training for the doctoral program in Clinical Psychology. Professor Rogers has a BA in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, and a PhD in clinical psychology from Boston University. In addition, she has a private practice in Newton.