Susan Wise Miller, M.A.,National Certified Career Counselor (NCCC), a Master Career Counselor (NCDA), and Certified Vocational Evaluator (CVE), has conducted a private career counseling practice in Los Angeles for over 25 years.  Susan was awarded the "Career Practitioner of the Year" award for 2002-2003 by the California Career Development Association.  Susan provides her clients with information and support for action on career-related issues.  She helps clients identify and explore options and assists them with job search strategies, resources, and marketing tools.   In addition, Susan facilitates management training programs for small companies and trade associations and provides spouse relocation career counseling services. From 1994 to 2007, Susan served as the career counselor for the Los Angeles Times web site, writing about career-related issues, including a Q & A column for Susan holds Diplomate status in the American Board of Vocational Experts (ABVE) and is an expert witness on employability and earning capacity issues in family law cases.  Susan received her Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from University of California, Berkeley. See Susan's Curriculum Vitae.

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Linda Greenfield, M.S. M.B.A., M.C.C., counsels clients both at California Career Services and at the University of Southern California (USC). She is a Master Career Counselor (NCDA designation) who assists in identifying the intersection of a clientís interests, skills, values and personality type to determine career options that are right for them. She respects each client's unique path and provides an open environment and a counseling style to make her clients feel at ease. Linda provides clients with resume and cover letter writing and editing, job search strategies and interview preparation. Her expertise includes LinkedIn profile optimization and the use of LinkedIn for career exploration, networking and job search and was trained in the FAVAR method of LinkedIn profile optimization for recruiter visibility. (FAVAR = Findability, Attractability, Viewability, Applicability, Reachability). Linda has written career webinars for RiseSmart Outplacement and Career Transition Service, and has presented on a variety of career related topics at USC, UCLA, Pierce and Santa Monica Community Colleges, the National Career Development Association (NCDA) Global Conference, Career 5.0 Los Angeles and at the Oaks at Ojai. Always passionate about learning, Linda continues to stay current by participating in several webinars a year, reading widely, and is a contributing member to many career related LinkedIn groups. Linda received her Bachelor of Science from Tulane University, her Master of Business Administration from U.S.C., and her Master of Science in Counseling and Guidance from California Lutheran University. Her prior experience includes a variety of corporate positions in finance and management.

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Eric Holtzman is a Certified Job & Career Development/Transition Coach. He has been with California Career Services since 2015 and has continually taken on new roles and challenges. He began as an administrative assistant, and quickly began managing the office, handling all scheduling, explaining services, and communicating with clients and attorneys. Eric also works as a counseling assistant and head labor market researcher under Susanís direction. Eric received his B.A. in Psychology from University of California at Santa Barbara where he volunteered in the Computational Cognitive Neuroscience lab studying the effects of stress on category learning. Always looking to expand his skills and knowledge, Eric has been completing business management and human resources classes at UCLA Extension. Eric is always available to schedule appointments and answer questions about our services.

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