Master of Science in Management, MSM: Leadership and Organizational Development with Honors, University of South Florida, 2002.
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Summa Cum Laude, Special Faculty Award:Psychology Prize for “High Academic Achievement and Contribution to Research;” Campus Scholar, College of Arts and Sciences Honor Society, University of South Florida.
Certified Life Coach 2009, Life Coach University
Certified Facilitator for the book “Too Young to Retire”
2015 – Member of International Positive Psychology AssociationInternational Positive Psychology Association, attended bi-annual IPPA Conference
2016 – Martha Beck, Awakening the Wild Self Master Class, Kripalu
2016 – Rick Hanson, Ph.D. – Positive Neuroplasticity Training + Professional Course
The majority of the professional positions Patrice has held did not exist until she created them or they were created for her – but it took her years to realize that she was great at start-ups!
She was a B2B computer software installer and trainer for a custom programming house when the field was new and growing; she was the director of a not-for-profit she developed after the first attempt failed and was the first director of a small community philanthropic organization. Later she built and led a public relations department for a major library system in Florida. Within these, the other positions she held and her interesting and challenging Peace Corps assignments, she developed many new projects and programs and conducted many group and individual trainings, and realized she loved start-ups, training and dealing with change!
Patrice considers life coaching as individualized start-ups for each of her clients – she loves helping them create the life they really want by discovering and developing their personal skills and strengths while focusing on their goals and adapting to change.
If you are ready to begin creating the life you really want or to develop new ways to face personal or professional challenges and changes you are facing, contact Patrice!