Training for Groups
for Community Agencies
It’s a Fact:
Clients who believe in themselves and their own self worth are more likely to succeed. Employees and staff who feel valued are more likely to enjoy their work and go the extra mile for their clients.
High self-esteem means success for your agency, organization, or institution.
Self Esteem Boston is a Community Service Training Provider, with 100% of the proceeds of our programs subsidizing programs for women in shelters and transitional programs in the Boston Region. We use a skill based approach to education that encourages self-discovery and awareness.
Choose from more than 50 topics for clients in group settings and/or staff professional development.
Skills For Success (1-hour programs available in 52 topic areas)
The categories consist of three units, containing 4 or 5 modules each. You may select a program by category, unit or module, or you may choose one of our recommended Special Program Packages for specific arenas. Our staff will assist you in obtaining a program that best suits your needs.
Our dynamic Skills for Success program is based on the latest research on self-esteem development. Each module is designed to help participants develop their sense of self-competence and self-worth, the two necessary components of healthy self-esteem. We provide the knowledge, skills, and tools to help participants navigate life’s challenges and to feel that they deserve to go for more in life.
It is our core belief that when people feel better about themselves they do better. When people believe they are capable of learning and growth and when they accept their inherent self-worth, they can and do live richer and more productive lives. We strive every day to help people transform their lives—from the inside out.
The teaching staff at Self Esteem Boston uses a self-esteem based approach (PDF) to training which encourages self-discovery. Our interactive workshops combine exciting presentations by our expert staff with experiential activities and discussion to engage workshop participants in cooperative learning. By creating an atmosphere of acceptance and trust, ideas are shared freely and new knowledge is more easily assimilated. Relaxation, variety and fun combine to create the high interest level necessary for optimal retention and positive change.
Self–Esteem For Success
Self-Esteem for Success is a ground-breaking intensive self-esteem program designed with client input to address the priority issues that clients identified as most important for their family in being able to navigate their lives. This 16-hour program can be delivered over the course of 8-weeks in two-hour sessions, or in two-hour sessions per week, over the course of 4-weeks. This program includes homework, and program activities include exercises using the four SAVI learning styles: Somatic (How to get people moving and doing), Auditory (talking and hearing), Visual (observing and picturing), and Intellectual (problem solving and reflecting) to assist families to learn in a variety of learning styles.
Your Worth It
Job Readiness Program for Women in Transitional Programs
This six-hour program build’s women’s confidence, assertiveness, leadership, integrity and interpersonal skills using a strength-based approach; preparing women to bridge the gap from shelters and transitional programs to education/training and the job search process. Clients will learn to make good decisions, increase their self confidence, improve their ability to communicate, increase in feeling of self-empowerment; and the ability to set financial, personal and economic goals.They will learn to identify their job skills, what skills to put on a job application, interview preparation, and interview tips.
* Ask about the New Real Financial Literacy Program This 10-hour program, delivered in collaboration with The WAGE Project, is comprised of confidence-building and the skills necessary to prepare job-seeking women and men to develop self-confidence, traditional financial literacy in budgeting and money management, and hard skill training in salary determination and negotiation. What set’s this project apart from other programs are all its unique components.
Keeping It Real
Keeping it Real: a Nutrition, Wellness and Self-Esteem Program for Women in Recovery and Their Families was created to support women in recovery by providing the knowledge and tools necessary to create and maintain optimal health and wellbeing.
Healthy nutrition is important but often a lacking component of a person’s long–term recovery from substance abuse. Nutrition education helps develop skills like eating healthy on a budget, planning healthy meals for a week, understanding the benefits of a healthy diet, and the foods that promote healing. Nutrition and wellness relates to mental wellness, physical wellness and emotional wellness.
- To understand the impact of substance abuse on health all in harmony with the six elements of self-esteem.
- To evaluate current diet and lifestyle choices
- To learn about the benefits of good nutrition and exercise
- To set healthy diet and lifestyle goals
- Eating healthy on a budget
- To support long-term healthy lifestyle choices and behaviors