suzanne moss PHD

NURTURING the artist within 

Discover there’s more to your Self 




if you secretly yearn to be more creative; to feel the joy and fulfilment of your unique self expression. Perhaps you stop yourself, worrying that the outcome will be disappointing…and you’ll have wasted precious time. But you might also have an inkling there’s something uniquely yours just beyond reach.

If you’d like to regain confidence in your Artist Within and create your kind of beauty, Suzanne’s programmes can help.

   “Art is what we do when we’re truly alive. If you’ve already decided that you’re not an artist, it’s worth considering why you made that decision and what it might take to unmake it… art is who we are and what we do and what we need.”   SETH GODIN


It’s fun to teach creatives. They’ll take and run with a suggestion, a prompt, a reference or an image, and it’s great to witness. But for this to happen for someone who thinks they’re not artistic or creative, well…that really touches my heart.

I’m Dr Suzanne Moss, and I help people reclaim and grow their Artist Within through building easy visual art skills and confidence so they can experience a return of enthusiasm; a greater sense of purpose in life.

Art + Coaching Programmes can effectively address what stops people from pursuing what they yearn for, so they can progress beyond their expectations.

For 12 years I’ve been working with people from all walks of life – art students, artists and designers to astro-physicists, professors, doctors, teachers, retired and business people.

Drawing on substantial careers in health science, art, teaching and coaching, my Nurturing Creativity Method provides a strong coaching framework for educational programmes.

Intrigued by the creative process, I’ve been exploring scientific, philosophical, psychological and spiritual perspectives for over 20 years.

Personally and professionally, I’ve witnessed the profound well-being, joy and fulfilment of attending to one’s creative self – empowering the Artist Within. 

This is life-changing work… and the hands-on creative part is easy and surprising, as one of my students exclaimed – “Choosing colours is like choosing life!”

The work we did together seems to have opened up a level of motivation that wasn’t there before. I go to work more readily. I don’t have the blocks I had before – I do stuff rather than putting it off. At the time, I wouldn’t have noticed much difference but over a period of time something has changed and I’m getting more done. I’ve written two ballads and a song in the last year. I’ve had an offer to record my poetry and I’ve been working regularly and consistently on making mandolins – my fourth and fifth. Before your course, I’d not done any of this. I always wanted to do it and I’d dream about it, but when it came to actually doing it, there was always a block; there was a fear of commitment, success, failure, of sitting down in front of a blank page. Now the fears are just not there; there’s a gentle drive inside me to continue to do this stuff rather than fantasising about it… And I do it, on a daily basis. I attribute it to the work we did together, because I’d not done anything else that could have helped… my life is good Suzanne.



“Why not dedicate yourself to something that will completely transform you through doing it?”



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