Tricia Moise

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Tricia Moise

Currently I am a full-time student in Clinical Psychology, working towards an MA and an MFT license. I work as a Youth Diversion Counselor in a program run by the University, with teens that run afoul of the Law or their School. It is the perfect job for me right now. I am also a Martha Beck Certified Life Coach, well trained but misunderstood. How can so few people know what Life Coaches do? Anyway, I truly love people and figuring out what makes them tick. Having been involved in a life-long study of myself, and my issues, I have made lots of progress figuring them out. Am I done? Nope, it's a never ending journey in the direction of enlightenment, but progress is being made. I believe I can help others do the same, and this is my mission, one way or another, As a fledgling writer, if you consider blogging writing, I hope to improve and enlarge my skills and write an ebook, to start. I hope to post some articles here and stimulate some conversation. I am a firm believer in having a tribe of like-minded people, who support each other on their journeys, and in their work, so if this sounds like you feel free to contact me. We're all in this together!

Stories by Tricia Moise

When you experience unpleasant feelings, what happens? You tend to tense up, contract, push them away, or struggle. Stress too is a tightening,...
Here we are, having survived another prediction of doom, facing a new year. If, like me, you’re not much for resolutions, how can we look at...
Why on earth would you want to dig around inside your mind and look at all the information contained there? Can anything good come from examining all...
If you read any popular media these days, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that authenticity is a popular buzzword in many areas. To be successful...
Who doesn’t know what rejection feels like? Is there anyone out there who hasn’t felt that feeling? It is a terrible feeling. Whether it...
Recently I had a change to witness an exchange between a Mother and Son that was very emotional and dysfunctional. Part of the problem concerned...
"It may be hard for an egg to turn into a bird: it would be a jolly sight harder for it to learn to fly while remaining an egg. We are like...