"Jennifer's talk was powerful, informative, and memorable." CM
Jennifer Morazes, PhD LCSW
Even Where There is Adversity, There's Hope.
Currently, mental health is the top priority of employees and students. Even top athletes are openly discussing the pressure they experience.
My consulting provides a comprehensive assessment of your workplace or educational setting for mental health and wellbeing.
After the assessment, I will work with stakeholders to make recommendations for a comprehensive plan for your culture and employee/student experience.
In person or Zoom appointments available. Make an appointment.
I offer a down to earth, authentic, and evidence-based approach for the results you desire. I am a trauma-informed professional and my work is also informed by my lived experience of mental illness.
I also offer workshops:
- WORKSHOPS ON COVID-19 AND MENTAL HEALTH
- MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS WORKSHOPS
- For Employers
- For Employees
- For Students
- TALKS ON MY OWN LIVED EXPERIENCE WITH A MENTAL HEALTH CONDITION
Make an appointment.
-Author of a memoir in development
-Featured Writer in The Mighty
-NAMI College Panel Speaker on Wellness: Virtual Webinar March 2021
-Panelist "Our Mental Health System, A Local View" Webinar November 2020: https://youtu.be/dRCnvlhx-x8
-Featured Speaker "Bridges to Hope" Program on Faith Communities and Mental Health January 2020
-One of 20 people selected for 2017 Boston-area performance of This is My Brave
-Original published research: Educational Background, High School Stress, and Academic Success
-Featured Presenter at Fostering Emotional Wellness in the College-Age Years Event for Beth Israel Deaconess at Milton High School, Milton, MA April 2017
-2016, 2015 and 2014 Pre-Conference Institute Creator and Presenter at the National Conference for Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education
-2013 Feature in the Chronicle for Higher Education for my work with students who are the first in their family to attend college
-Founder of the GENERATE Program at San Jose State University, video project "I Relate" featured successes of first-generation college students
-Honored for my Counseling, Teaching, Research and Service