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Emotional Intelligence Skills

Brock Hansen, LCSW

Have you ever wished someone had taught you:

How to deal with powerful emotions like anger, fear, and shame?
How to motivate yourself and assert yourself effectively?
And taught you these things when you were young?

Now parents can teach their children the five key skills for emotional intelligence and give them a lifelong advantage in understanding and managing their own feelings and relationships.

Emotional Intelligence refers to the ability to know and manage our own feelings in order to navigate life's challenges and negotiate relationships skillfully. Emotional Intelligence can be developed through practicing a set of skills that can be learned at any age. But children can learn them easily with proper support, giving them a lifelong advantage.

Couples can learn self calming skills to facilitate active listening and
assertive commnication skills to improve negotiations.