The 21st century is a century that needs to be rebuilt in relationships. The rhythm of rapid life and the substitution of scientific and technological progress make the family relationships face serious challenges. Human beings are facing unprecedented psychological pressure and loneliness, but the heart is carrying rough unknown feelings, eager to be understood and concerned. How to foster emotional intelligence-establishing an emotional connection is an urgent psychological need.
This workshop begins with the analysis of the four ability indicators of emotional intelligence (EQ), clearly outlines the blueprint of how to cultivate emotional intelligence, through the designed activities, train students to self-perceive and recognize their emotions, learn to express emotions, accept emotions, release emotions, and then regulate their emotions, and apply in interpersonal relationships, to establish a meaningful emotional connection with people.
Starting from what emotional intelligence is, this workshop will specify the abilities of EQ and provide a learning direction for students to develop EQ. Through the correct understanding of the function of emotion in the brain, learning how to self-accept the ups and downs of emotion and use the interactive cycle of emotion and behavior and thought to transform emotion into a constructive force. To help students look at the flow of each emotion with a healthier attitude, to explore the information behind the emotion with curiosity, to learn to be responsible for their emotions, in order to build a healthy and loving emotional connection with people.
Teach students to learn to be friends with emotions and then apply them to relationships:
1. What is emotional intelligence?
2. How to express emotions?
3. How to accept emotions?
4. How to release emotions?
5. How do you change your mood?
6. How to build meaningful connections emotionally?
• What is emotional intelligence?
• How to express emotions?
• How to accept emotions?
• How to release emotions?
• How do you change your mood?
• How to build meaningful connections emotionally?
DR Carol WANG
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.