DANIA, Fla., Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Beth L. Fletcher is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a 2015 Pinnacle Professionalof the Year in the field of Nursing and Healing Arts as a result of her role as President of Beth Ritter PA.
Beth has thirty seven years of experience in nursing and healing arts. She specializes in Reiki, massage, guided imaging, reflexology,
As a result of her continuing professionalism and dedication, Beth is a member of the Golden Key Society, the National Association of Nurse Massage Therapy, National Association of Massage Therapist, and the Holistic Nurses Association.
Beth earned her Master's Degree in Organizational Management and Health Administration from Ashford University. She obtained her Bachelor's degree in Nursing from the University of Rochester in 1978 and completed her massage training at the American Institute of Massage Therapy in 1993. Her advice to those entering the healthcare industry is to "never give up on your dreams as long as they come from your heart and do not be afraid to speak your vision and dreams."
Looking into the future, Beth would like to expand the integrative services at her organization and would enjoy being on the lecture circuit to share her almost forty years of experience and knowledge to others. She is currently working on a book/guideline for families with a chronically ill child outlining what it takes to bring them home and how to be successful at this endeavor. With this being said, Beth would like to maintain her legacy as an individual filled with unconditional love and giving to promote a healing environment. She hopes to have touched those around her and assisted in their growth.
Presently, Beth is married and living in Dania, Florida. She moved to Florida in 1980 and as an avid water person enjoying all the benefits living in the south has to offer.
Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634, email@example.com
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SOURCE Continental Who's Who
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