Monica Adler Werner

Monica Adler Werner

Monica Adler Werner, LGPC, MA specializes in program development, executive function interventions in autism, and parent coaching and support. She currently works in private practice at the Center for Assessment and Treatment and has deep experience in schools developing programming for children with Autism. She focuses on developing multidisciplinary teams that create child-centered programming. The goal is always to explicitly teach skills that emphasize problem solving, self-advocacy and self-regulation–while keeping students on track academically. She is a co-author of Unstuck and On Target (Brookes, 2011), a curriculum to enhance cognitive flexibility and problem solving in students with Autism and Solving Executive Function Challenges: Simple Ways to Get Kids with Autism Unstuck and on Target. Monica has an undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters degrees from Johns Hopkins and Palo Alto University.  She completed the coursework for a BCBA at Florida Institute of Technology.