Preparing autistic young adults for success in college, career, and life

Personalized coaching for students with autism

The transition from high school to college is tough. Adjusting to new independence in a new environment away from your support system can be a lot – especially for young adults on the spectrum. Spectrum Transition Coaching helps families like yours make a smooth transition so their young adult can thrive in college and beyond.

Are you:

Overwhelmed by an upcoming life transition?

Not sure of the best path for your student after high school?

Hoping to prepare your young adult for success in college and career?

Worried about navigating employment?

We can help!



Get in touch

Schedule a quick intro call to see if we’re the right fit for your family. 

Choose your package

With discovery packages and custom coaching, pick what is best for your timing and schedule.

Watch your young adult thrive

We’ll collaborate on a game plan just for your family to prepare them for college, career, or life.


Meet The Coach

Beth Felsen, Success Coach at Spectrum Transition Coaching LLC, is an autism specialist with a Master’s in Psychology. She has over twenty years of experience in the autism community.

She is a graduate of the Asperger/Autism Network (AANE) AsperCoach Training Program and Coaching Teens and College Students executive function coaching training through JST Coaching and Training. She is also a certified provider of the UCLA PEERS for Young Adults Social Skills intervention, including telehealth delivery.


Education & Training

Master of Science, in Psychology, University of Maryland

Graduate Certificate, Autism Spectrum Disorder, George Mason University

AsperCoach Training, Asperger/Autism Network

UCLA PEERS for Young Adults Certified Instructor

Teens and College Students Executive Function Coach Training, JST Coaching

Family Navigator, Virginia Commonwealth University Center for Family Involvement

Peer Mentor, Autism Society of Northern Virginia

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