Ilana Tolpin Levitt, M.A., M.Ed.
Clinical Career Counselor
From Friday, May 13, 2022 to Sunday, May 15, 2022 May 13, 2022 May 15, 2022 The Lodge at Woodloch
Ilana Tolpin Levitt, M.A., M.Ed., Clinical Career Counselor
May 13th - 15th
Ilana Tolpin Levitt, M.A., M.Ed. is a clinical career counselor with over 25 years of experience in private practice in New York City and Central New Jersey. She is the 2013 recipient of the Outstanding Career Practitioner Award from the National Career Development Association. As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and with a strong background in Organizational Psychology and Human Resources, Ilana’s focus with many clients is a deep exploration of the psychological roots that impact career development and workplace dysfunction. Many of her clients struggle with internal barriers that interfere with their success. For over a decade, Ilana ran mother-¬daughter relationship workshops with her mother who was a psychoanalyst. Ilana’s 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 12th
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 13th
Finding Purpose and Meaning- A Talk for Women at Every Stage and Age of Her Journey
By finding their ‘why’, women will show up more fully in both their personal and professional lives but most importantly, they will show up for themselves. Finding purpose is not something that happens overnight, but this thought provoking talk will help women of all ages identify what is truly important to them and explore action steps towards their personal North stars!
Saturday May 14th
How Can I Help? Secrets to Supporting Your Family Members on Their Journey
What do 20-30 somethings and their 50–60 year-old moms have in common? On the surface, it may seem as if they are both in very different stages of life, but the reality is they are both are brimming with renewed energy, opportunity, and new beginnings- young women are just starting out discovering how to make their mark on the world while mothers are discovering how new empty nests can offer a new beginning. Come discover how you can best support and empower yourselves and one another as you embark on this journey.