Enough evidence is available to determine the value of incorporating Emotional Intelligence into counseling, psychotherapy, business as well as college and interpersonal relationships. Professionals and organizations that are moving to actualize this new trend are experiencing an increase in referrals as well as a return on investments and success in a wide range of areas.
- Counselors and psychotherapists who are using Pre and Post Emotional Intelligence Assessments along with skill enhancement are finding a greater number of requests for EQ for couples as opposed to marriage counseling.
- Emotional Intelligence Coaching for “disruptive physicians” is widely recognized in healthcare as the intervention of choice. With Pre and Post EQ Assessments, each intervention is “evidenced based”.
- Monster.com now routinely uses EQ Assessments as a part of the standard interview process for applicants for management positions as well as high stress jobs such as customer service.
- The Criminal Justice System in California is now requiring that all Certified Anger Management Providers use “evidence based” intervention that use EQ Pre and Post Assessments along with written curricula.
- Social Work programs in the UK and the U.S. are including Emotional Intelligence into their training.
1. Oxford Journals
2. EI in Psychotherapy
4. American Medical Association
2014 Conference – Emotional Intelligence for Anger Management
Emotional Intelligence for Anger Management
The American Association of Anger Management Providers has scheduled its’ first annual conference for August 22, 23, 2014 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The Conference Theme will be “Emotional Intelligence for Anger Management”. The American Association of Anger Management Providers is the official voice for Certified Anger Management Facilitators nationwide (CAMF).
This two-day training is a must for Emotional Intelligence Professionals as well as psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, physicians, nurses, correctional professionals, DCFS and persons interested in advocating emotional intelligence/civility in the workplace as well as educational settings.
Some of the topics to be presented include: Evidenced Based Anger Management For Adolescents, Emotional Intelligence Coaching For “Disruptive Physicians”, Physician Burnout, Emotional Intelligence For Nurses, Emotional Intelligence For Couples and The Bar On EQ-i-2.0 Emotional Intelligence Assessment.
MHS (Multi Health Systems)
Dr. Alan Rosenstein
Alfred DeRamus, M.D.
George Anderson, Anger Guru
Dike Diamond, M.D.
Dr. Gina Mills