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Handling Emotions FAQ'S

Handling Emotions is an experiential learning of must have Emo - Social skills in kids to face today’s world and themselves. It aims to improve the emotional intelligence of your kid. This leads the foundation of “Handling Emotions”, a program that has the capacity to bring best of the mental health of your child.

As parents, we are busier in improving the IQ (Intelligent Quotient) of kids because kid’s capabilities are mistakenly measured as his/her IQ. It is believed that more the IQ more is the chances of kid being successful and achiever later in life. However, if one evaluates successful persons around, he/she will realize that success is partly to IQ but more because of some qualities like resilience, effective communication, ability to remain calm in crisis, ability to maintain strong relationships and many more. They are what we call as soft skills or emo-social skills or Emotional Quotient (EQ). Good part is they are all teachable and learnable, unlike IQ, which is almost fixed after the age of 5 years. Therefore, it is our duty as parents that we should give space to our kids to learn these soft skills to achieve more success and peace later in their life.

It includes 12 sessions of about 1 hour each at weekends, based on games, activities, role plays, audio visual learning, stories and some beautiful mindfulness exercises. They are focused on two age groups, mainly 5-10 yrs and 10-15 yrs. The learning is such that kids mind will receive strong positive soft skills, consciously or unconsciously. It is going to be fun learning for kids.

This can be very well addressed by Emo-Social skills.

  • 1. Disruptive
  • 2. Demanding attention
  • 3. Unable to get along with others.
  • 4. Does not listen to elders and is disrespectful.
  • 5. Resistant with teachers.
  • 6. Aggressive
  • 7. Lonely
  • 8. Sulking a lot and self blaming
  • 9. Being overly dependent
  • 10. Worries a lot and thinks of worst scenario
  • 11. Feeling unloved, nervous
  • 12. Feeling unhappy and tearful
  • 13. Preferring to be alone
  • 14. Unable to concentrate and easily distracted
  • 15. Daydreaming
  • 16. Act without thinking, more impulsive
  • 17. Arguing a lot
  • 18. Stubborn and moody
  • 19. Often complains of headaches, stomach-aches or sickness
  • 20. Easily loses confidence
  • 21. Often fights with other children
  • 22. Nervous or clingy in situations
  • 23. Picked on or bullied by other children
  • 24. Leaves the task unfinished
  • 25. Not considerate of others feelings
  • 26. Not very helpful to others
  • 27. Often lies, cheats or steals from home, school or elsewhere
  • 28. Secretive and does not share things with others
  • 29. Anti social acts
  • 30. Self-harming behavior.

That session of kid will be covered in upcoming session; you have to inform us in advance.

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