Carol Moog, PhD, is founder of ImagineAct, is the clinical director of the Social Learning Disorders Program at the University of Pennsylvania, a psychologist at The Miquon School, active collaborator with Autism Inclusion Resources (AIR), and works extensively with children, teens and adults on the autism spectrum in her clinical practice as a licensed psychologist. Carol was an artist-in-residence at Green Tree School and a consultant to the Social Competency Program at the Center for Autism, creating theater-based social skills programs for teens drawing from her experience as a theater improviser/actor, musician, communications consultant, and author (Are They Selling Her Lips? Advertising and Identity; Ad Images and the Stunting of Sexuality in Images in Language, Media and Mind) and has been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Newsweek, The Philadelphia Inquirer, USA Today, National Public Radio with Terry Gross, the Today Show, and Good Morning America.
Books by Carol Moog
The Autism Playbook for Teens
Irene McHenry and Carol Moog
Foreword by Susan Kaiser Greenland
“When I was a teen, many of the exercises and activities in this book would have helped me calm down. . This book is a real, practical, and positive guide for reducing stress.”-Temple Grandin,... Read More