What do you want to be when you grow up?  

What’s your major?

What do you do?

From a young age, we are asked questions like these about our career and vocational goals. The truth is that in today’s world, many people consider nearly four majors before deciding on a final one and they likely will have about four different career periods.  These questions can be overwhelming and cause undue anxiety, but we can help you navigate through these decisions. Ivy Ed will be offering a Career Counseling Workshop series to high school students to help them explore different possibilities. The course will be offered over four weeks on Sundays, from 1-2pm on February 25; and March 4, 18, and 25.

The program will be taught by Dr. Maureen Creagh-Kaiser.   Dr. Creagh-Kaiser is a three-time graduate from Seton Hall University.  She graduated with a BA in Psychology in 1995, a Master’s in Counseling in 1998, and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology in 2003.  Dr. Creagh-Kaiser completed her doctoral internship at Notre Dame from 2002-2003.  Her specialties are vocational psychology and Neuropsychology. Currently, Dr. Creagh-Kaiser works as an Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall for both undergraduate and graduate students.  She also has a private practice for counseling.

Dr. Creagh-Kaiser has held many positions with her psychology degree, including NYPD police psychologist, career counselor, advisor, guidance counselor, and professor.   Each of the positions has cemented her love of the field and serving others.

Please call our Bernardsville office at 908-630-0300 to register.