To Cultivate EQ through Children's Innate Temperament

Every child has a unique natural temperament. Parents can get to know their baby's temperament, adapt to it, and learn to understand and accept it, so as to help your baby to become a better self.

3 x 2 hours

Learning Needs

Research shows the fact that parents are more sensitive and react timely in a parental relationship contribute to stronger cognitive ability, less questionable behaviors, better emotional management and social skills as well as better academic achievements in the long run. So, parents pay attention to their baby’s emotions can lay down a good foundation for the child’s healthy development in the future.

Program Overview

This workshop will guide you to explore and understand your baby’s natural temperament, lead you to find the key to your baby’s talent, and help them to develop a high emotional quotient in the future to control their own emotions. In addition, parents will learn how to use emotional intelligence to deal with their child’s emotions through emotion recognition practice, so as to teach their child to be friend with emotions.

Program Delivery

This program integrates theories and scientific findings to guide you through practice, self-discovery and video aids so as to enhance your awareness. Being fun and interactive, the program helps you to instill knowledge of brain development and cognition, to reflect from within, to plan and act, and to completely change your ways of interactions with your baby.

program details

3 years old defines the lifetime (Series Two) 
To Cultivate EQ through Children's Innate Temperament 
This series includes three Modules:
Module 1: The Temperament of the Child Affects the Development of Personality
What is the temperament of a child 
Classification and Evaluation of temperament 
Methods of bringing up babies with various temperament 
Emotional recognition exercises for EQ parents
Module 2: Teach Parents to Engage with Their Children's Emotions
There is no right or wrong emotion
Four tips for helping children face their feelings 
The practice of empathy 
Four magic tools for active listening
Module 3: Teach Children to be Friends with emotions
The relationship between emotion and body 
The relationship between emotion and thought 
Emotions dominate our health. 
Five steps to be friends with your emotion


Dr. Carol Wang is a Taiwanese. She obtained her PhD degree of Clinical Psychology from East China Normal University. Carol became a certified China-licensed Counselor in 2007 and was joint certified as an intimate relationship trainer by Focus on Family (US) & China Social Work Association. She has lectured in various business enterprises and corporates, such as Bao Steel Corporate, Schneider, Eastman Chemical Company, TSMC, and China Eastern Airline, etc.

Carol is now leading the program design and learning of AITIA Family Learning Center. She is a senior counselor of parent-child education and specialized in changing family relations, focuses on mindful parenting through increasing parents' self-awareness to enable growth. Carol is experienced in EFT (Emotional Focus Therapy) which helps patients to cope with traumatic events, and practices SFT (Solution Focused Therapy) to assist adolescents overcome behavioral problems. She uses mindfulness techniques to enhance individual and family relationships. She is a clinical member and the secretary of SIMHA, a multidisciplinary professional association of therapists who provide mental health services to the international communities in Shanghai and is an International EAP Instructor/Counselor of Workplace Options. Carol was invited by CEO Global as a guest lecturer in Shanghai Jiao-tong University, Fu-Dan University, Tong-Ji University, East China Normal University and Shanghai International Studies University. She undertakes as the chief psychological supervisor of Chang-Ning District Research Institute. Carol has a great passion and devotes herself to strengthen marriage and family to promote the nurturing of happy family and a harmonious society.

3 years old defines the lifetime (II) program faculty: Dr Carol WANG, PhD