Fred Moss

Fred Moss
Dr. Fred Moss, Mental Health Consultant

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Dr. Fred Moss arrived on Earth on March 1, 1958, and from that very second has been earmarked to be a healer. The family he was born into was in chaos and, in many ways, was counting on his arrival to bring health and wellness back into balance. Little Freddy had his hands full, and over the next six decades, he has made it his business to bring healing to the world around him, not only to his family and friends but to the community and world at large. What a journey it has been.

Dr. Fred has had a host of life experiences, including, among other things, being a 2-time college dropout and a Northwestern University Medical School graduate (1988). Over the last four decades, Dr. Fred has been firmly entrenched in the mental health system, first as a child care worker and then as an internationally well-known psychiatrist. In addition, Dr. Fred has had leadership roles in multiple modalities, including inpatient and outpatient, homeless shelters, nursing homes, orphanages, halfway houses, drug rehabilitation centers, home visits, prisons and jails, and telepsychiatry in many regions of the USA.

Dr. Fred has been committed to the notion that communication, connection, creativity, and conversation are at the heart of all healing of all conditions of all types. Without this, people simply do not heal. With it, miracles regularly occur. Voices heal. Listening heals. We humans are best when we are connected to others, and Dr. Fred’s life mission has now become to assure that all people know that who they are and what they do matters and that their voice, no matter where they are from, or where they are going, can be heard.

As the founder of the Welcome to Humanity movement, and the True Voice Podcasting Mastermind and methodology, Dr. Fred now finds himself making the difference he came here to make. His years in the community, where he has been a physician to over 40,000 patients, and his storied and adventurous life traveling around the world, has now left him uniquely qualified to remind us all of what we already know. Communication is where love arises from, and speaking truth and listening authentically are the source of that love.

Dr. Fred is married to his dream partner, Alexandra, and lives in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas in Northern California. He is the proud father of two beautiful children in Texas and is owned collectively by his three cats, Valentino, Despacito, and Winston.

Speaking Topics

You’re Still on Mute: How to Get Your True Voice Into the Room and be Applauded for it

Do you know how most organizations try to create change by instituting yet another new policy or procedure? Sure, that helps to decrease future mistakes, but it also ties the hands of your top performers and producers. No forward-thinking organization really wants cookie-cutter employees. I believe the real way to create a thriving, productive work environment is by empowering everyone to find and use their authentic True Voice. So, I’ve created a speech called You’re Still on Mute: How to Get Your True Voice Into the Room and be Applauded for it that empowers employees to bring their unique talents to the table so they can feel energized by their work instead of stifled by it.

  • Authenticity is more important than content
  • Listening is more powerful than speaking when creating new ideas
  • Why people naturally try to be something different than they are
  • There is NO advantage to ANYONE when acting different than your truest self
  • Fake it till you make it is outdated
  • Instead of being a healer, I was forced to be a doctor

Speaking Topics

  • Mental health
  • You’re Still on Mute: How to Get Your True Voice Into the Room and be Applauded for it