About Beth Miller
Beth Miller has a Masters degree in Counseling and is a Certified Parent Coach®. She has over 25 years of experience working with children and their parents. She is passionate about helping parents create positive changes in their family life.
Beth began her career in Special Education, teaching students with learning disabilities and behavior disorders. Upon completing her Masters degree, Beth became a high school counselor. Beth then spent 15 years as Parent Counselor and Program Director at the non-profit agency, Tuesday's Child, providing education and support for parents of children with behavioral or developmental challenges.
Beth’s passion for helping families led her to the Parent Coach Certification® program at the PCI, founded by Gloria DeGaetanto. Beth has a Bachelor of Science in Special Education from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and a Masters of Education in School Counseling from Loyola University of Chicago. She received her Parent Coach Certification® through the Parent Coaching Institute in affiliation with Seattle Pacific University. This is the only graduate level training program in the United States that offers certification in parent coaching.
Beth recently completed a specialized training program through Action for Children to teach The Art of Positive Parenting or TAPP. TAPP was founded over thirty years ago by parent educator, Mickey Tobin and has helped improve the lives of thousands of families. As stated in the Action for Children website, "The Art of Positive Parenting (TAPP) program focuses on helping parents create a healthy, mutually respectful family environment." The TAPP program provides parents with valuable skills in positive communication, effective discipline, conflict resolution and problem solving.
Beth and her husband live in a suburb of Chicago with their three active sons, ages 18, 15 and 13.