Mental health professionals often promote gratitude as a powerful mental health coping skill, but what does it really do for us? Join NAMI Central Texas and Julie Moss of Promises Behavioral Health as we learn about the science of gratitude, benefits, and techniques to incorporate gratitude into everyday life.
Julie Moss, MS, LPC
Promises Behavioral Health
Originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, Julie Moss earned her master’s degree in mental health counseling from Loyola University. Prior to moving to Austin, Julie gained experience in outpatient mental health, college counseling, and residential substance abuse treatment. She eventually joined Bluebonnet Trails Community Services as an OSAR counselor, where she was eventually promoted to a team lead position. Julie has since worked in the inpatient hospital setting as well as private practice, providing psychotherapy to adolescents and adults. She joined Promises Behavioral Health two years ago, and currently works as a senior clinical outreach manager connecting individuals to various levels of treatment. As a lagniappe, she enjoys presenting educational information to her local communities.