Meet Tricia

Tricia de Beer, BA, M.DIV, D.MIN, is the performance/life coach behind Aletheia. Her mission is to create transformed leaders who transform communities. 

The hidden meaning we give to our experience is what keeps us stuck. We have a foot on the gas toward a goal, and another on the brake at the same time — no wonder we feel fragmented, frustrated and exhausted!
— Tricia de Beer

Tricia works with individuals and groups in creating holistic lives which reflects one’s deepest truth. As a lifelong educational consultant and Episcopal priest, Tricia brings a wide range of resources from human sciences and ancient spiritual traditions. She is a certified Life Coach in the Immunity to Change approach, having studied with Drs. Lisa Lahey and Bob Keegan who developed their approach at the Harvard School of Education

Tricia also brings the insights of Marshall Rosenberg’s Non-Violent Communication Theory and the Shalem Institute approach to spiritual direction and has been an educator of mentors and small group leaders for more than 30 years. Centering Prayer /Mindfulness meditation is a part of what resources her life and work.

She has served congregations large and small, has coached people from 25-85 years of age, and worked with leadership development initiatives in non-profit organizations  throughout the United States and in South Africa and Kenya.   

Tricia listens deeply but not passively, she asks questions that often lead me into deeper insights, always with grace and respect. She creatively plans and facilitates our time together, keeping us on track, she makes room for what is important with wisdom and appreciation. She is grounded, clear, generous in spirit and open to our input and creativity. I am grateful to be a recipient of her skill and leadership as a life coach.
— The Reverend Jep Steit, Dean, Cathedral of St Paul, Boston
I wholeheartedly recommend Tricia de Beer as an extraordinary life coach and guide. Through my work with Tricia, I was able to untangle some long-held assumptions which were impeding my ability to make progress.
— Kimberly Daly, Owner, KDaly Consulting
It has been eight months since our journey ended but the changes that this experience brought about have remained.
— Deb Smyth, Ph.D.