Beth has counseled individuals about career and life decisions for over 20 years, working at OPTIONS Career, Human Resource Consulting, and Right Management before beginning her independent practice in 2002.
Her prior employment includes counseling in vocational rehabilitation, managing classroom training for a federal employment program, and coordinating projects in college career centers and vocational research. She earned a M.Ed. in Counseling from the Pennsylvania State University and a B.A. in Psychology from Dickinson College.
Beth earned recognition as a Career Management Fellow from the Institute of Career Certification International. She served seven years on the Institute’s Global Board and is a current Board member of the Association of Career Professionals International, Greater Philadelphia Network.
Career counseling is a guided discussion addressing your individual work and life issues. You may want to evaluate your future in your chosen profession or change your career completely. Or you may want to discuss starting your own business, launching an encore/ retirement career, or seeking purposeful volunteer work.
If you’ve already identified your next career move you may need advice on writing a resume, conducting interviews, charting a job search, or learning how to benefit from networking, online resources, and social media. Even those with a satisfying job may need objective feedback on how to handle difficult workplace situations, to prepare for a performance review or salary negotiation or, more generally, to maximize career success.