Biography

Dianne J. Moore has conducted workshops and given talks and lectures on TV and nationwide, speaking on personal power.


Her articles have appeared in over 150 national newspapers and magazines, including Family Circle, McCall's, Redbook, Ladies' Home Journal, Baby Talk, Woman's World, Arizona Highways, as well as publications in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Japan.


Education:

  • Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology, Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, Michigan

  • Postgraduate courses at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • Numerous professional workshops and seminars in Gestalt Therapy, New Thought and self-improvement.

Experience:

Previously, Dianne was a social worker with the State of Michigan where her clientele ranged from abused children to the unemployed to those in their golden years.


Booklets she has written for mental health and child-care organizations include: Emotional Child Abuse: Stopping The Cycle; How Can I Help When Someone Dies? And "It's Not Fair!" And Other Parenting Pressures.

Listed in:

Who's Who in U.S. Writers, Editors & Poets

Marquis Who's Who

Empire Who's Who (Empowering Executives & Professionals)

International Executive Guild

Memberships:

American Society of Journalists & Authors

Clients

American Fitness

American Legion

American Way

Arizona Highways

Arthritis News

Arthritis Today

Baby Talk

Campus USA

Catholic Digest

Catholic Parent

Celebrate Health

Christian Singles

Complete Woman

Chronicle Guidance

Desert Paradise

Elks Magazine

Family Circle

Grand Rapids Press

Health and Home

Home Life

Inspiration Journal

Kiwanis Magazine

Ladies Home Journal

L.A. Parent Magazine

Liguorian

Michigan Woman

Opportunity Magazine

Prime Times

Redbook

Rotarian Magazine

San Francisco Chronicle

Single Parenting

Social Issues Research Series

Success Methods

Total Fitness

Unforgettable Molina

Vibrant Life

Vim & Vigor

USAir Magazine

Your Health

Weight Watchers Magazine

Women's Household

Woman's World



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