With a Master’s degree in Vocational Counseling, Boomer Renée Lee Rosenberg, MA, is a specialist in vocational counseling, career management, job search, and retirement.
Renée is also a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) with over 25 years of experience helping individuals navigate career change, cope with stress, and achieve successful outcomes.
Renée has been a Certified Five O’Clock Club coach for over 20 years, offering creative job change tools and strategies. She assists individuals to create a personalized plan that de-stresses the job search process. She has also served as an outplacement counselor with the United Federation of Teachers for many years and taught career management/retirement redirection classes at New York University.
Her book, “Achieving The Good Life After 50: Tools and Resources for Making it Happen,” offers tools to prepare for the emotional roller coaster of retirement as well as advice on how to move into “working retirement.”
For more information about Renée, visit her websites RetirementTutor.com and PositivityPro.com. You can also find her Profile on LinkedIn, send her an email at email@example.com.
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