"The purpose of life is not to be happy - but to matter, to be productive, to be useful, to have it make some difference that you have lived at all." Leo Rosten

 

Beatrice (Bea) Moise, M.S., BCCS., is a Board Certified Cognitive Specialist. She is the creator of A Child Like Mine,LLC , a company created for educating parents of children with unique behavioral and learning needs, while giving them the tools they need to be successful at home. She is a respected and trusted parenting coach and consultant. She serves as a Board of Trustees Member at Palisades Episcopal School She is a writer for PsychBytes and ShrinkTank, and her writing is also featured in Autism Parenting Magazine, Charlotte Parent, Carolina Parent ,and a contributor author in Southeast Psych’s Guide for Imperfect Parents: A Book Written By Imperfect Therapists. She was featured in a documentary called Look to the Sky an inspiring documentary that takes a look at what is possible for the world and our own lives.

Bea has worked as a Behavioral Consultant for years with extensive experience working parents of children who have a variety of diagnoses such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, Anxiety Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, & ADHD. She has trained hundreds of families on Parent Management Training. She has provided parents with tools that are useful. Providing parents with practical techniques and teaching strategies.

She is very passionate about children and believes that working with families is both rewarding and enjoyable. She enjoys the delightful feeling of facilitating the needs of children to feel successful in their learning, emotional and social well-being, academic success and to have a positive self-esteem. The most rewarding part of her day is when she has equipped parents with the tools they need to parent effectively

She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology; also, she also holds a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling with a specialty of Applied Behavior Analysis from Nova Southeastern University.  She is a member of American Psychological Association & North Carolina Association for Behavior Analysis.