Hi! I’m Tricia Parido and I love to help change lives! My passion is to make life better for those who have a desire and to equip individuals with the right life skills and help them set the right aspirations, so they can live life and live it freely!
BS Psych, NCPLC, IMAC, CATCIII
Industry Thought Leader | Transformational Speaker | BS Psych | Master Addictions Coach | Transition to Life Specialist
"When you dream about what you aspire to attain you are more apt to create effective actions to make your dreams a maintainable reality"~ Tricia Parido, BS Psych, NCPLC, IMAC, CATCIII
Industry Thought Leader
Nationally Certified Life Coach
International Master Addictions Specialist
Personal Life Coach
Professional Life Interventionist
Feature Writer in Thrive Global
Co-Author of Raising the Bar, Conversations With Industry Leaders Who Go Above & Beyond For The Customers
Industry Thought Leader • Transformational Speaker • BS Psych
Master Addictions Coach • Transition to Life Specialist
Tricia Parido is a Nationally Certified Life Coach and International Master Addictions specialist, who loves to help change lives! She is on the front lines of making life better for those who so desire and she has a passion to equip individuals with the right life skills and help them set the right aspirations, so they can live life and live it freely!
Tricia Parido is also a Writer, Personal Life Coach, Professional Life Interventionist, and Master Addictions Coach based in California. As an active business owner of a thriving coaching practice, she not only teaches her clients how to live the life they desire and “live free”, but she also teaches those that aspire to become professional coaches how to do so, passionately and professionally. She has co-authored a recent release of Raising the Bar, which was featured on Innovators Radio and NBC and has been published on SkillsYouNeed.com. She currently serves as Founder/Director of Turning Leaves® Recovery, Life, and Wellness Coaching, a nationally certified coaching practice whose mission is to provide personalized, high-quality care that will guide individuals toward an empowered and improved quality of life and wellness. Her practice is built upon her personal attributes of passion, compassion, advocacy, objectivity, and honesty. Specializing in life transitions and post-treatment, Parido is ever committed to assuring that those whom she is entrusted with are motivated and empowered to conquer their life challenges and addictions.
Working with Tricia over the course of this past year has changed my life.
I came to her seeking help and guidance concerning living life as a recovering addict, but I have learned so much more than just how to handle my addictive tendencies.
Some of the most valuable skill sets include assertive communication, balancing the multi-faceted aspects of my life, halting dysfunctional and repetitive thought patterns, constantly evaluating and adjusting through the “add-edit-delete” technique (as she likes to say), scheduling out my days in the morning and ending my days with my “night hygiene,” and, perhaps most importantly, celebrating the little victories that often go overlooked.
Tricia’s program teaches an all-encompassing set of life skills, and I have been able to witness the positive results applied in action countless times.
I highly recommend working with Tricia, she has helped me elevate my life immensely.
I have built so much confidence and strength in my life and in recovery. I have even found myself able to talk openly with others and give advice or input from my perspective about effective ways to deal with situations.
The Turning Leaves program has been a game-changer for me. I feel I can go through my everyday life much more calm, cool, and collected. And, most importantly, sober, not needing to get into my secret indulgences to deal.
I have gotten so much out of this lifestyle and way of living.
I’m back into it for a second time and learning even more about myself and the path that is right for me.
I feel so bless to have found Tricia and the Turning Leaves way of life.
Saying Thank You this month has kept me seated in thankfulness. Whatever is going on, finding something to say Thank You for brings the good to the forefront of my mind. What's worked for me is trying to say Thank You to myself more - especially when I make choice that put my recovery and my self-care first! AND I want to talk about the feeling of empowerment and freedom it has provided... such as the ability to move from frustration to collaboration, from fear to intregue, silence to inclusion - because finding the ability to say thank you for the opportunity to learn, experience, and share safely takes us from uncomfortable into confident, open, and trust.