Education, Psychology, Early Childhood Development and Parenting, Humor
Positive Parenting, Mindfulness, Self-help
Clay majored in theatre and minored in English.
Clay wrote about theatre, arts, and nightlife while in graduate school and presented at an academic conference.
Clay's dissertation was on the intersection between improvisation and cognitive sciences. He also researched for and presented at numerous global conferences.
Clay became certified a certified English and Drama teacher and wrote extensively about Education while in graduate school.
Published an academic chapter "The Improv Paradigm" about how to use improvisation to boost creativity in educational settings.
Expert contributor for Psychology Today's series Play your Way Sane that explores the intersection between improv, science, and the everyday.
Clay is also the creator and founder of the Play your Way Sane blog and author of "Theatrical Improvisation, Consciousness, and Cognition."
Clay is an expert contributor at Psychology Today. He writes the Play your Way Sane blog, which explores the intersection between improv, science, and the everyday.