LAT??? Yes ... people can go with that for H/A if they chose. No one that "successfully" rehabs H/A dogs does that?? If they do ...let them "Show there work" where are the video's??
Before taking that approach ...have a look here at types of aggression.:
The trainers that "successfully" rehab dogs "start" with "Place" the dog learns to "chill and cope" with his "stressors" by training "Place" and the "trainers" that "successfully" rehab dogs then start to "Correct" the dog for "making poor choices," they don't bribe them.
That article does not really describe my dog?? He did not bark and lunge or act a fool! He stayed in "Place" and he would still for awhile greet people with a cold hard stare and a low growl! From "Place" I was never once tempted to office him a bribe to distract or bribe him, he learned to "deal with it."
I had no interest in "bribing" or "tricking" him into accepting strangers. I chose "control" and "showing him" how I expected him to behave in public by "walking him."
I never allowed anyone to interact with him until he was ready and I could read him like a book! And I never had need to "correct" him for "inappropriate" behaviour towards people.
Not that hard and I am not a professional, I just chose to look for trainers that use all "Four" Quadrants of Classical Operant Conditioning ( train a how how to "make good choices" and "Correct" them for "poor choices") and if they show their work, so much the better!
If the OP stops putting the dog in a position to practice "go away" get out of my face behaviour there situation and solutions "maybe" just as simple to solve??
I don't know?? What I do know is that if they train "Place" and do "Sit on the Dog" they will enable the dog to better cope with "stressors" and if they keep people out of the dogs face ... no one will get bit.
And now it seems the people thing has a slightly greater scope?? No problem, I already covered it.
KISS principle in full effect as it were.