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Emotional Intelligence and Education


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Learn more about the benefits of Emotional Intelligence in Education

Learn more about the benefits of Emotional Intelligence in Education

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  • 1. CoachingForLife Model™ Welcome to the CoachingForLife™ Resource.We are dedicated to helping students achieve the kinds of academic success, personal growth andbalance that lead to rich, full and healthy lives.College can be very challenging – filled with • stress, • anxiety and • deadlines.Along with life stressors • like working on your relationships with parents, siblings, romantic partners and friends, • coping with setbacks • keeping physically healthy • dealing with losses • managing finances With all these going on, it is easy to become overwhelmed. The following is a list of common problems reported by college students. While some students are capable of resolving these issues themselves, others may resort to other ways of dealing with their day-to-day problems.Academics: • Poor study skills/time management • Difficulty adjusting • Problems with test taking • Listening communication • Test anxietyFeelings: • Feeling sad/depressed most of the time • Suicidal thoughts • Loneliness/Isolation • Angry for no particular reason • Irritable t the slightest opportunityRelationship problems:  • Family problems For more information contact Belinda Asonganyi MSc CSci Web:  mailto:  Page 1  
  • 2. • Uncomfortable in social situations  • Conflict with others  • Coping with a relationship breakup Personal Habits and Problems:  • Abusing drugs and alcohol  • Sexual abuse  • Eating Disorders  • Sleeping too much or too little  • Coping with stress or anxiety Identity and Self Esteem:  • Sexuality Issues  • Values clarification  • Negative thinking or lo self esteem  • Need to assertiveness    My goal is to connect with the students.  Spirituality: Seeking meaning and purpose in human existence  Developing a deep appreciation for the depth and expanse of life and natural forces that  exist in the universe  How to Integrate with career and personal goals    Wealth: Developing critical thinking, understanding issues from different perspectives  Health: Developing healthy relationships, being able to interact with others, Developing  assertiveness  Happiness: What we think effects how we feel and we behave, How we feel effects how  we think and behave  Benefits:  The purpose of this is to provide a good fit for continued services and to provide support for  their academic goals by assisting in reducing stress, aiding the effort to provide an emotional  healthy environment, helping students focus on personal and career goals, thereby contributing  to students motivation, performance and satisfaction with the college and greater retention.     For more information contact Belinda Asonganyi MSc CSci Web:  mailto:  Page 2  
  • 3. •WWhat is MY TRUE PURPOOSE? • Am I Worthy of ...? • I AM DIVINE!! • Business Goals? •AAm I Worthy of LOVE. • Career Goals? Spiritu uality Wealth Happi iness Health •D Do I have a Work/Life  • Am I Living a Stress Fre Live? Balance? B • What is my Ideal We eight? •D Do I find time for my SSE ELF? • Am I Resilient? •A Am I present and Living f for  NOW? N                                     ForLife Model ™ CoachingF     For more information contact Belin nda Asonganyi MSc CSciWeb: http p://www.Coa  mailto: info@Coachi Page 3  P 
  • 4.  Coaching gForLife Mo ™  odel™The Co oaching P Process    • What is MY TRUUE PURPOSE? • Am I Worthhy of ...? • I AM DIVINE!! • Business Gooals? • Am I Worthy of LOVE. • Career Goaals? Sp pirituality Wealth Ha appiness Health h • Do I have a Wor rk/Life  • Am I Living a Stress Fre Live? Balance? • What is my y Ideal Weight? or my SSELF? • Do I find time fo • Am I Resilie ent? • Am I present and Living for  NOW?      CoachingF ForLife Model ™  Self is at t the core of th his model. Based on the Adlerian theory, “which states that t we are more than the suum of our part ts and cannot t be divided”.  This is a foour‐phase model for asseessing wellbei ing and usingg coaching tools and techn niques. 1. Introdu uction of the CoachingForrLife™ Model2. Assessm ment based o on the model l 3. Interveentions to enh hance person nal growth(wwellbeing) in s selected area as of the mod del and 4. Evaluat tion, follow‐u up and contin nuation of ste eps 2 throughh to 4.     For more information contact Belin nda Asonganyi MSc CSciWeb: http p://www.Coa  mailto: info@Coachi Page 4  P 
  • 5. All interventions are based on the need of the client and expressed desire to change. Clients, normally identify areas which are most important to them and which they would like to change and improve. This process is to emphasize strengths as well as personal choices.   1. Cognitive Behavioral Technique: CBT is designed to help solve problems such as depression,  anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or drug misuse. This is based on the premise that  the way we think (Cognition) about a situation, affects our behavior; and in turn our behavior  can affect how we think and feel. CBT is an empowering tool that provides clients with skills that  they can continue to develop outside of therapy sessions, making it less likely that symptoms or  problems will return.  2. Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP): NLP is a means of interpersonal communication that  offers an alternative model to psychotherapy. It is primarily concerned with the relationship  between successful patterns of behavior and the subjective experiences underlying them.  NLP can be a very useful tool in helping with behavioral responses to issues such as:   Depression  Addictions  Phobias  Stress  Emotional problems  3. Emotional Freedom Technique: EFT works to shift energy in order to reroute the brain’s  conditioned negative response to a particular issue.   EFT is a self help tool that you can apply to all areas of your life. The therapy has had effective  use in helping with the following conditions:   Pain  Eating Disorders  Addictions  Weight Loss  Fear of Failure, Flying,   4. Emotional Intelligence is at the core of this process: This is about building self awareness and  self belief in order to achieve your full potential and to be able to maximize your performance in  all areas of your life.    <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>Belinda Asonganyi CSciPersonal Development & Business CoachMailto: For more information contact Belinda Asonganyi MSc CSci Web:  mailto:  Page 5