Self esteem boston institute

STATE TRAINING
PRF 61

Courses & Prices

How to order Self Esteem Boston’s Programs under the
State Training Blanket PRF 61

  • Contact Self Esteem Boston with Program Selection and number of employees to be trained
  • Self Esteem Boston will furnish an invoice to your agency
  • Submit invoice to your department’s MMARS Liaison or Chief Fiscal Officer
MA State Training


Self Esteem Boston Has Over 25 Years Experience!
Self Esteem Boston is a Community Service Training Provider. 100% of the proceeds of our programs subsidize free programs for women in shelters and transitional programs in
the Boston Region.

Professional Development & Continuing Education Program Catalogue

Information for MMARS Liaison or Chief Fiscal Officer: Self Esteem Boston is a PRF 61 Training Vendor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Vendor # VC6000179533       Object Code J50

 

Meet Our Training Team

Jennifer Matias

Jennifer Matias is new to Self Esteem Boston’s training team. She is an organization development consultant, leadership coach, and trainer with over 20 years of experience working with social justice and social change organizations, and over 15 years of nonprofit management experience. She has established a number of cutting edge and nationally recognized leadership development programs. These have included an executive coaching project, a management training institute, and a six month leadership forum for women of color nonprofit leaders. Jennifer is a social justice activist and a deeply committed community leader. She is a founding member of Massachusetts Asian and Pacific Islanders (MAP) For Health and has served on the board of the Asian American Resource Workshop (AARW). Jennifer was also involved in the launching of the Welcoming Massachusetts Campaign of the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition, a campaign to welcome and facilitate the positive integration of immigrants and refugees into their Massachusetts communities. Jennifer is a life and leadership coach, and received her training through the Coaches Training Institute (CTI), a program accredited by the International Coach Federation. Jennifer is also a multicultural diversity trainer, and is certified as a trained mediator in the state of MA. She has a degree in social work from Salem State College and is completing a graduate certificate program at Boston University’s Institute for Nonprofit Management and Leadership.

Lorraine Lafata, M.S.W., LICSW

Lorraine has more than 30 years of experience working with individuals and groups. She is a facilitator, trainer, and licensed social worker who works primarily with nonprofit organizations.  She has co-designed continuing education curriculum for Self Esteem Boston Educational Institute, and has facilitated Self Esteem Boston’s continuing education trainings for group leaders statewide in the area of advanced facilitation skills.  In addition to her training experience, she has a private practice and provides clinical supervision to human service programs. She is a part of Self Esteem Boston’s statewide professional development and continuing education training team.

Deborah Linett

Deborah Linett has over 30 years of administration and leadership experience in the non-profit world and specifically with Head Start. As the Deputy Director of Community Action, Inc.’s Early Childhood Unit in greater Haverhill, she was responsible for the daily service operation for over 300 children and parents. Deborah’s passion is parent leadership development. She believes that everyone can develop an internal compass or their leader within which will guide a person to live the life they want to lead. Deborah is a certified Motheread trainer and a certified trainer for Self Esteem Boston.  She is the founder of Sentient Leadership LLC. She is certified by the International Coach Federation and by the Coach Training Institute. She provides leadership training for private organizations, state associations and has a private practice.

Casey Mitchell

Casey Mitchell, Principal of Waybridge Associates, Inc. has helped people achieve peak performance since 1991. She consults with clients on a variety of training and development initiatives, particularly in the area of professional and management development. Her programs are designed to help bridge the gap between classroom attendance and workplace application by providing “real world” training and employing methods to transfer and sustain the learning. As programs instructor with Boston University Corporate Education Center and Northeastern University School of Professional and Continuing Studies, Casey designs and facilitates seminars in the greater Boston area. Casey designed four levels of continuing education programs for Self Esteem Boston Educational Institute, for the staff of human services agencies. As Lead Continuing Education Trainer for Self Esteem Boston, she has delivered programs to hundreds if staff statewide, to help participants strengthen their group facilitation skills, and increase their knowledge of self-esteem, so they may help their clients gain a greater sense of self-worth and lead more productive lives. She is a qualified practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Casey administers the MBTI and provides feedback to individuals and groups to help them leverage their unique contributions and potential areas of growth.  She has a Bachelors in English Literature and is a member of the American Society of Training and Development and is the lead trainer of Self Esteem Boston’s statewide continuing education training team.

Monique Morimoto, M. Ed

Monique is an experienced trainer, community educator, and coach with 20+ years of experience within a variety of settings.  She is the Founder of Soulworks Coaching, 
and is the co-founder of Coaching4Value. Her expertise is human and organizational development, stress management and coaching. She is a member of the International Coach Federation of New England.  She has developed and delivered effective, experiential workshops and retreats to organizations on topics such as Life Balance, Self-Esteem, Stress Management, Overcoming Negative Thinking, Communication, Bringing Spirituality into Conflict Negotiation, The Creative Heart: Moving Forward, and Creating Sacred Space. She co-authored 2 books on Women’s Wellness as part of the Professional Woman Network Library, and created, produced and developed a successful, popular guided meditation CD, The Soul’s Intent© 2003. Monique has completed Self Esteem Boston’s four-day group leader training program, and is a part of Self Esteem Boston’s statewide professional development training team.