Beatrice Meyer, PhD
Do you want to thrive in your career and in your life? My purpose is to guide you in connecting with your own self, and from this deeper connection with self and practical awareness, connect with life and thrive.
The deepest principle of human nature is to be appreciated.
– William James
In addition to her educational background, Dr. Meyer’s experience and training includes organizational leadership in non-profit education (Waldorf schools) and for-profit organizations (Deutsche Bank), and as academic faculty member in adjunct and associate professor roles (Front Range Community College, Colorado State University, Naropa University). She has taught and done research in areas related to lifespan human development – including emotional availability and attachment, resilience, mindfulness, and empathy. Her coaching experience ranges from leadership and change management to communication skills and parenting. She has worked in the U.S. and in Japan; as a child, adolescent and young adult she spent significant time in Europe. Beatrice is a partner, daughter, sister, mother, friend, colleague, avid reader, lifelong nature explorer and hiker (in the US, Europe, Japan) long-distance road (crossing the US from West-East coasts, El Paso to Calgary) and mt biker, runner (Boston marathon qualifier and finisher), squash champion, gardener and short-order cook.
BA, Cornell University – Psychology
MSEd, Northwestern University – Organization Development and Workplace Learning (Adult Development)
Masters Capstone (Thesis): What is helpful in making life/work decisions?
PhD, Colorado State University – Interdisciplinary, Human Development and Educational Leadership
Dissertation focus: Ecological professional identity development
CE and Train-the-Trainer certification in Emotional Availability & Attachment (EA2), Healthcare Communication Skills, and the Enneagram