From Thursday, May 11, 2023 to Saturday, May 13, 2023 May 11, 2023 May 13, 2023 The Lodge at Woodloch
Ilana Tolpin Levitt, M.A., M.Ed., Clinical Career Counselor
May 11th - 13th
Ilana Tolpin Levitt M.A., M.Ed., LPC, LMHC is a clinical career counselor and human resources executive who delights in helping people find meaning in their work. With humor, practicality, and a warm, intuitive approach, Ilana helps clients simplify and navigate their career growth and transitions. She has a private practice in the New York metro area and is an entertaining, motivational speaker on career and professional development. She is also the Senior Director of Organizational Development for The New School in New York City. Her HR experience, combined with her counseling, brings a holistic and comprehensive perspective to leadership, workplace dynamics, career satisfaction, and fulfillment. Ilana’s focus with many clients is a deep exploration of the psychological roots that impact career development and workplace dysfunction.
Her newly released book, “What’s Mom Still Got to Do With It?” integrates her extensive knowledge and experience about mother-daughter relationships with her expertise in career development.
Thursday May 11th
Lunch with Ilana Levitt, Career Consultant
Join our weekend expert, Ilana Tolpin Levitt, a nationally certified career counselor & coach and licensed mental health counselor at a community lunch to chat about your career, the future of work, or to get a glimpse into the weekend presentations!
Friday May 12th
Women Can Have Everything! Just Not All at the Same Time
Women are great at encouraging one another to ask for help, practice self care, adapt to change, make ourselves a priority, so why is it so difficult to do this for ourselves? Clues may lie in the role modeling we observed from important women in our lives, in the media and throughout the generations. This workshop is for women who want to explore self care, setting boundaries, and who are seeking space for a more balanced life. The current demands on women are extraordinary; and seem to be getting more complex daily. Ilana will share insights and new tools to build resilience, construct and sustain supportive boundaries so that life can be more in balance. Join us to explore answers to this balancing act as an ongoing journey, not just a destination.
Saturday May 13th
Move Over Imposter Syndrome! Designing Confidence by Quieting the Inner Critic
Imposter Syndrome is surprisingly common, particularly amongst women, to doubt our accomplishments, or to experience internalized fear of being exposed or found out. This, coupled with heightened anxiety in our society is very challenging, particularly for women. Come learn more about imposter syndrome; how to recognize it in yourself and others, to reduce the shame, and learn quick and powerful hacks to stop it in its tracks, and design and choose confidence in the workplace and in life.