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Marc Brackett, PhD

in conversation with

Scott Erickson, PhD

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE  

Unlocking the Power of Emotions

Tues, Jan 25; 7pm-8:15pm PT

 

 

 

Free for member school parents and for educators from member and non-member schools. Registration closes two hours before the start of this event or when maximum registration is reached.

As we continue to navigate this post-pandemic life our emotions can serve as key sign-posts for developing strategies to better manage the stress and uncertainty of what comes next. Tapping into our emotions and naming them can help us make better decisions, build stronger relationships, perform better academically and professionally and improve our health. In this talk Dr. Brackett will discuss how giving our children and ourselves permission to feel our feelings and name them can increase our ability to regulate tough emotions using tools such as the “mood meter” and “meta moment” to be our best selves in addressing day to day stressors.

About Our Speakers

Marc Brackett, Ph.D., is the Founder and Director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and a Professor in the Child Study Center of Yale University. He is the lead developer of RULER, an evidence-based approach to social and emotional learning that has been adopted by nearly 2,000 pre-K through high schools across the United States and abroad. Dr. Brackett serves on the Board of Directors for the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL). As a researcher for over 20 years, Dr. Brackett has focused on the role of emotions and emotional intelligence in learning, decision making, creativity, relationships, health, and performance. He is the author of Permission to Feel.

Dr. Scott Erickson has been the Head of School at Phillips Brooks School since 2011, and also serves on the Board of Common Sense Media. Prior to his current role as HOS, Dr. Erickson was a Middle School Director. He began his independent school career as a teacher, chaplain, and humanities department chair.