Enrolled: 15 Students
Duration: 30 minutes
Emotional control is one of the executive functions that, when managed well, can help you keep calm when you are triggered by internal or external factors. Improving your emotional control can help you reduce feelings of anxiety, anger or sadness.
This course takes a practical approach to boosting your emotional control, demonstrating that these skills are critical to being effective and succeeding both at work and home.
Executive functions are a set of skills that allow us to direct our focus to plan, start, remember, and continue tasks: inhibition, cognitive flexibility and working memory.
What you will learn
- Understand emotional control in relation to executive functions and neuroscience
- Express your emotions and feelings more effectively to have the impact that you need
- Recognise when you are being triggered and start new thought processes that keep you calm and in control
- Determine how to become more emotionally intelligent
- Develop the way that you regulate and control your emotions
Your Course Coach
Charlie is an advanced executive function skills coach, and a psychologist, currently in the final stages of completing her PhD. She has 10 years of experience working with individuals of all ages, supporting them with emotion regulation, neurodiversity, and supporting them to find ways to reach their desired goals.
This course will support the development of your emotional intelligence. It will be of interest to anyone who is looking to develop the way that they express their emotions and feelings. It covers the aspects of emotional expression that leads to emotional independence.
“I feel far better equipped to manage my reactions following this course.”
“Good information and easy to understand the techniques I can apply to be more emotionally intelligent.”