Corey R. Moore
M.A., Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
Corey has been working with individuals on the Autism Spectrum in schools, residential, home, and clinic settings since 2000. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education in 2003 from Illinois State University and spent 8 years as a special education teacher where she applied the strategies of Structured Teaching and Applied Behavior Analysis to instruct children with autism and other developmental disabilities. During her tenure as a teacher, she also served on the Autism Technical Assistance Team and provided training for school personnel at various school districts on characteristics of and strategies for working with children with ASD. She completed her Master’s degree in Child and Adolescent Psychology as well as her BCBA coursework from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and obtained her board certification in 2013. Aside from her work at TAC and as a special education teacher, she has worked as an in-home behavioral consultant, case manager for residentially placed clients, and consultant for local school districts. Her professional interests include severe problem behavior, verbal behavior, and supporting children with ASD in the classroom. When she’s not at the clinic, she likes to read, shop, workout, go to the beach, cheer on her Dallas Cowboys, and spend time with her husband and family.