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.
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Amanda Moseley M.P.A. is an experienced camp administrator dedicated to making Camp Pegasus a world class therapeutic day camp by delivering the best possible experience for each camper and parent.
Amanda Mason Moseley is a seasoned camping professional. She began her career fresh out of high school at Camp JOY, a summer camp for people with a range of special needs, including Autism Spectrum Disorders, Intellectual Disabilities, and other medical issues. She found that she enjoyed her relationships with parents as much as she loved caring for her campers! At Camp Joy, Amanda rose up the ranks from counselor to activity specialist to assistant camp director.
Amanda is passionate about providing meaningful summer fun in a day camp setting, especially for kids grappling with unique personal challenges. She is especially passionate about leading Camp Pegasus because of the relationship with her own beautiful 18 year old stepdaughter who has special needs. Amanda has also worked in a variety of other settings over the past 12 years with individuals with special needs as a direct care worker and vocational trainer.
Amanda holds a bachelor’s degree from Temple University. She also holds a master’s degree in Public Administration from Villanova University.
Besides excitedly counting down the days until summer begins, Amanda loves spending time with her family. She lives in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia with her husband and kids and spends as much time as possible exploring beautiful Wissahickon Park.
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