Beth Weinstock

Beth Weinstock

Executive Coach

Developing resilient leaders who support and inspire students, faculty and administrators to navigate creatively through ever changing times.

Beth is a leadership coach and licensed clinical psychologist who balances a private psychotherapy practice and a leadership development consultancy in Narberth, PA. She is the co-founder of The Resilience Group which trains leaders to develop skills that expand their capacity to manage adversity, increase confidence when transitioning into new roles, maintain a grounded presence in the face of stress and promote a positive influence over those who work with and for them. The Resilience Group created and teaches their Inner-Coaching™ Model for quieting the inner critic, counteracting the Imposter Syndrome and finding a self-supportive inner voice.

Beth is also the creator of the non-profit Women’s Leadership Works, a program for undergraduate college women. Beth’s publications on leadership and executive coaching include the authorship of the journal articles “The Hidden Challenges in Role Transitions and How Leadership Coaching Can Help New Leaders Find Solid Ground” and the co-authorship of “The Benefits of a Leadership Program and Executive Coaching for New Nursing Academic Administrators.” Her book chapters include co-authorship of “Executive Coaching to Support Doctoral Role Transitions and Promote Leadership Consciousness” and “Shame Compassion and the Journey to Health”. With Pat Sanaghan she has co-authored “Preparing Tomorrow’s Leaders: Leadership Coaching in Higher Education” published by Academic Impressions.

Beth has an MA in American History from Columbia University, an MS in Counseling from California State University at Hayward and a PhD in Organizational and Group Development from Temple University. Her college and university teaching has included undergraduate courses at Hostos Community College in New York City and graduate courses at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, JFK University in Orinda California and at California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. With her co-founder of The Resilience Group, Beth has been on the faculty of the Athena Leadership Lab at Barnard College, NYC, consulted to the Close School for Entrepreneurship at Drexel University, and has been part of the Know Your Value Program at Blue Cross, PA.