Founder/Clinical Director/Social Skills Instructor
Mike Fogel, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, is a caring, innovative therapist and program developer. He is passionate about making the world a better place “one child and their family at a time.”
Mike is a licensed, board certified art therapist with 20 years of clinical experience. Early in his career, Mike integrated art/play therapy and parent support/training into a unique outpatient child therapy approach effective with many childhood emotional/behavioral challenges. In 2000, he created The Art of Friendship Social Skills Program for children with neuro-developmental disorders, such as Asperger’s Syndrome, PDD, ADHD and learning differences. In recognition of these programs, the Delaware Valley Association honored Mike with the “2006 Innovative Application of Art Therapy Award”. To meet increasing demand for his unique brand of therapy, in 2007, Mike opened a group practice entitled, The Child and Family Art Therapy Center.
A charismatic and engaging speaker, Mike has presented at national and local conferences and for professional and lay organizations. He mentors interns and taught graduate art therapy courses at the Hahnemann Creative Arts in Therapy graduate program at Drexel University as an adjunct professor from 1999-2015.
Mike is thrilled by the challenge and JOY of developing and running CAMP PEGASUS - the culmination of his training and experience! He enjoys his work as well as prog-rock music, the beach, comedy, sports, making art, and reading comic books. Mike loves his family best of all! He lives in Wynnewood with his wife, two children and Penny the Shi Tzu.
Email Mike: firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp Administrative Director
Aviva B. Moore, MA, is trained as a Middle School Language Arts teacher, and has been working with children for the past 7 years. She passionately believes in every child's ability to succeed- academically, socially, and emotionally- and strives to meet children at their individual level. She has worked in several private schools in the area, including AIM Academy and Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy, and most recently was a member of founding team of The Grayson School. While in the position as Director of Operations and Development at The Grayson School, Aviva was responsible for the day-to-day operations, and served on the strategic planning and admissions committees. She also is a board member of Insight Cyber Charter School, one of Pennsylvania’s K-12 online educational institutions. Additionally, Aviva has worked at Friends Central Trailblazer Camp for the past 7 years, serving initially as a counselor and in recent years in an administrative capacity. Additionally, she obtained governmental grant-based funding to create an Institute for Girls’ Leadership & Environmental Studies. Currently, Aviva is pursuing her doctoral degree from Johns Hopkins University.
Aviva loves working with children of all ages. She especially enjoys the unpredictability of what they might do or say next! She welcomes the opportunity to help children develop into the best version of themselves, recognizing that this can be a process. Aviva is excited to be part of Camp Pegasus, and to ensure a unique and fun summer for each child. In between work and studying Aviva enjoys reading, travelling, and going down the shore with her two daughters and dog.
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