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Carol Feldman Bass

Carol Feldman-Bass is as colorful as her approach to working with social anxiety disorder and communication issues. She conceived of this methodology through her love of improvisation and the discovery that other action based approaches, including Psychodrama, could be used as an effective and enjoyable way of learning and teaching Social Pragmatics. Her formal education started at Vassar College, where she earned a B.A. in Political Science and Theatre. She went on to earn a J.D. at Boston University School of Law. In 2009 she began her training as a Psychodramatist at Lesley University in Cambridge MA. She continued her Psychodrama training at the Hudson Valley Psychodrama Institute in upstate NY and graduated in 2014. She enjoyed a successful career as in-house counsel at New England Electric Co, now National Grid, and then as a divorce mediator and Life and Executive Coach. From 1987 until today Carol also was a professional improvisational actress and comic. She continues improvising today as an active member of the New England Playback Company True Story Theater. Carol observed firsthand, through her many daily professional and personal activities, the challenges that many people have in expressing themselves. While her journey began as an attorney, it ended with the creation of Social Dynamix. Today, as an accomplished life coach, group facilitator, divorce mediator, Psychodramatist and improvisational actress, Feldman-Bass uses all of these talents and expertise to help others make positive and proactive changes. She enjoys helping individuals, families and the corporate world deal with social anxiety and communication issues. It has become her passion. Carol has partnered with The Asperger/Autism Network of New England (AANE). She is currently affiliated with Spectrum Services in New York City. For more info visit www.socialdynamix.net

Unique Interactive Style of Learning Can Reduce Social Anxiety

Unique Interactive Style of Learning Can Reduce Social Anxiety https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/unique-style-of-reducing-anxiety/

Ten years ago, I was asked by the Asperger Autism Network of New England (A.A.N.E.) to run a group for young adults who wanted to learn the basics of dating and romance.  At that point in my life, I had been an attorney, a divorce mediator, a life coach, and was beginning my training as […]

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