Teaching children to cope with their emotions and adversity is critical to their proper development.
During this 5-hour workshop pre-teens will learn how to leverage their interpersonal skills in real-life settings. In this age of cyber-bullying and increased technological awareness it is important that young people learn how to handle their emotions in a safe and mature way. Through the program's partnership with Barrie Police Junior Constable Camp we continue to witness incredible results from the young people having taken the course.
Research consistently shows that individuals with higher emotional intelligence (EQ) tend towards more positive life outcomes including: stronger relationships, greater financial success as well as better physical and mental health. Emotional Intelligence + helps students master these competencies in a safe and judgement-free environment
The Emotional Intelligence + program uses game-based learning and inquiry to help children acquire the skill sets necessary for increasing their emotional intelligence quotient. Using modalities derived from leading neuroscience research students will be trained in the four key domains of self-awareness, self-regulation, social skills, and emotional resiliency. Each aspect of the program is grounded in the principles of mindfulness and empowerment.
This 5-hour workshop takes place over one day and is rooted in our core principles of empowerment, mindfulness, and acceptance. We aim for all of our students to feel safe, understood and respected when they work with us. The skills students acquire during the Emotional Intelligence + program help to catalyze happier and healthier living throughout their entire lives.
Space is limited to facilitate small group sizes and optimal learning. All required materials and light snacks will be provided.
Workshop will take place at Scholarly Elite located at 201-A Tynhead Road, Barrie, ON, L4N 7S7.
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Upcoming workshop dates:
Sunday, November 10th, 2018. (12:00 p.m.-5 p.m)
Saturday, February 2nd, 2019. (12:00 p.m.-5 p.m.)