Social & Emotional Learning and Wellness » Our Team

Our Team

Formal head shot, Patrick Quigley, coat and tie, outside with greenery in the background
Patrick Quigley
Formal studio photo of Taiany Goulart, wide smile
Taiany Goulart
Nyell Informal head shot, slightly tilted, no smile
Nyell Jeudy
Patrick Quigley, LICSW 
Manager of Social Emotional Learning and Wellness
 
781-885-8839 • [email protected]
 


Patrick Quigley (he/him) is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) who obtained his Masters degree from The Silberman School of Social Work and Public Health at Hunter College in New York City. He comes to the work of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) through his experiences leading summer camps and after-school programming in New York City; and through Special Education roles in Massachusetts Ch. 766 independent and public schools over the last decade. 

As a Clinical Social Worker, Patrick’s professional interests center on Child and Adolescent development, Crisis-Response, Trauma-Sensitive-Spaces, and the work of Equity and Social Justice in schools. He specializes in Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), Program Assessment and Development, Staff Supervision/Consultation and Family/Community/School partnerships.

Nyell Jeudy
Social Emotional Learning Specialist

Nyell Jeudy (She/Her/Hers) is a Boston native born of Haitian American descent. She studied Communications with a focus in Broadcast Journalism and minored in Psychology at Barry University and Connecticut School of Broadcasting. She is a certified Mindfulness Instructor through the Inner Strength Foundation based out of Philadelphia, PA. She is a Trauma Response specialist through Day Seven Wellness Center in Stoughton MA. A certified Mindfulness and Movement instructor, through Healing Arts Institute for social transformation. As well as is a certified Yoga teacher and a  Wellness coach, through the Breathe For Change wellness program for educators national program.

Nyell is a powerful meditation teacher, sound healing practitioner, and graceful yoga teacher. She was moved to begin embracing her natural healing abilities to increase self-awareness within the Boston community and across the United States after spending many years as a youth advocate in disenfranchised communities . Nyell is a published author of two texts for young women of color. Her work began as service based coordinator and educator in the Public Schools and in the Non for profit sector in urban areas of Boston, MA. Due to personal life challenges, Nyell fully understands what loss and trauma does to the body, so she uses trauma based mindful practices as a lifestyle. She encourages all to increase the body's natural energy by using indigenous, native natural alternative approaches. Nyell has worked with people of all ages and backgrounds to provide access to Mindful tools and a holistic lifestyle.

Taiany Goulart, LMHC
Social Emotional Learning Specialist
 
Taiany Goulart (she/her) is a first generation Brazilian American who obtained her license in mental health counseling in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  She began her career in mental health working with the Department of Youth Services where she provided clinical care to adolescent girls. Through that work she felt encouraged to focus more closely on family based support and services by providing community based therapy through a nonprofit organization in the Metro-Boston area. Her community-based work with immigrant families allowed her to reconnect with her Brazilian background in a therapeutic manner and she was drawn to further interrogate and challenge systems that impact youths and their families.  
 
The intersection of Taiany’s personal and professional experiences have informed her lens of providing equitable, person centered intervention to support the growth of young people.  She furthers this work by serving as an equity trainer for local municipalities, faith organizations, and nonprofits.  She values the significance of community and how it contributes to a person’s development.