Director of Adolescent Programs – Northbrook
Beth is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families for over ten years. Beth received her Masters degree from New York University and her Undergraduate degree inPsychology from the University of Michigan. Her clinical experience includes individual, group and family therapy, clinical supervision, program development, and staff training. Beth most recently served as the Executive Director for Child Welfare Programs at the Heartland Alliance where she oversaw residential services for unaccompanied children, adolescents in the Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative, and homeless young adults. Beth has also served in clinical and leadership positions at Mercy Home for Boys and Girls, NYU Medical Center, The Association to Benefit Children, Newham Women’s Refuge, Fraser Child & Family Center, and Montefiore Nursing Home. Beth strives to support clients in identifying and utilizing their strengths and resiliencies to build skills, achieve goals, effectively communicate, and enhance their overall mental health and wellbeing.