Therese Ogle

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Therese Ogle is our Psychology 2301 Collin College Professor who can be reached at

My husband and I have been married for 27 years. We have been blessed with 4 children  – the oldest married in April of 2017, our second is currently attending Collin with hopes of majoring in nursing or biology at a university yet to be decided, our third graduated with THEO in May of 2018, and our “baby” is a high school senior. I was one of those moms who didn’t think homeschooling was for me…God had other plans.  We began our homeschooling journey when our oldest was moving from elementary school to middle school and have now been homeschooling over 11 years.  In my “free” time, I enjoy knitting, reading, watching hockey, and COFFEE!


  • B.A. in Psychology with honors, Centenary College of Louisiana, 1987
  • B.A. in Sociology, Centenary College of Louisiana, 1987
  • M.A. in Psychology, McNeese State University, 1992
  • Certification in Special Education, McNeese State University, 1993
  • Licensed Psychological Associate, 1994
  • Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, 1995


  • August, 1988 – June, 1989: Lake Arthur High School, special education instructor
  • August, 1990 – May 1991: Brentwood Elementary School, music education instructor
  • August, 1991 – May, 1993: Welsh Elementary School, special education instructor
  • August, 1992 – May, 1993: McNeese State University, associate professor of psychology
  • July, 1993 – August, 1999: Garland Independent School District, school psychologist
  • June, 2006 – May 2020: Homeschooling
  • July, 2017 – present: Collin College, associate professor of psychology