Diana Cooney, MSEd
Behavior Analyst and School-Based Consultant
Diana Cooney, MSED works at the Center for Mental Health Policy and Services Research at the University of Pennsylvania. She works on school-based projects, providing classroom consultation to Autism Support teachers as well as, school level support on inclusive practices, in the School District of Philadelphia. Diana also is the clinical supervisor of autism social skills groups run at Hall Mercer. Diana’s area of expertise include social skills instruction and inclusive practices. She is passionate about improving the quality of inclusive education for children with autism and delivering services to under-served populations. Diana has worked in the field of autism for over 10 years, Diana has worked in many settings to provide evidence-based treatment to children ages 3 to 21 with autism and their families. She received her Master of Science degree in Education and Applied Behavior Analysis from Temple University in 2012. Diana also has experience working in early intervention and residential services.