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Emotional Intelligence is at the heart of building healthy interpersonal relationships, especially in committed relationships such as couples and with children. The model’s foundation is ‘respect for all’. It teaches the essentials of maintaining a relationship where each is of equal value, and the importance of taking responsibility to maintain the quality and integrity of the relationship. When people believe in respect and show this through their actions, especially through being open and assertive about their feelings and needs, their relationships will grow and flourish.
Seminar delivered under the auspices of PSDCI llp
The Emotional Intelligence seminar was of tremendous value for me. Not only did I get in touch with some forgotten emotions and situations, it also helped me to bring clarity to them. Since the seminar, I am much more in touch with my own emotions, and I am able to address emotions in other people more easily. The seminar has some original content that is not available elsewhere.
I can strongly recommend the course to everyone who want to get in touch with their own emotions and the emotions of others.
I attended this course with John Parr because I realised that there were conflicts in my personal life that needed to be resolved. There was significant distress being caused by not understanding my own emotions and those of others. I am currently in a phase of my life where logic is key, and ironically once I realised that it was my reaction to the event and not the event itself that was causing my distress, things became much easier, and happier as a consequence. I gained significantly from attending this seminar. I have also attended PCM training with John, and would have no qualms in recommending any course or training with John.
Every day my stress levels decrease and the more I practice being in touch with and expressing my emotions authentically, this experience grows. I especially notice that my levels of fear and anger related to both situations and people now last for only seconds rather than becoming debilitating. I experience increased acceptance from others and conflict has become something I manage in a relaxed way, even if a dispute is about an important issue. Thank you for developing and sharing this amazing model.
“It was a pleasure to attend the Emotional Assertiveness training with John Parr. I’ve learned a lot about how to identify my authentic emotions, instead of falling for the cover-up emotions that lead to conflict. Thanks to the solutions given in the course, I practiced expressing my emotions in a healthy way. In just a week, the results are positive in my personal life, I feel I’m starting to “unlock” myself. As well as in my personal life, this training will also benefit me in my role as a good people manager. I cannot wait to use this new method to build a strong relationship with my new team. I highly recommend this training if you want to improve your mental health long term. Those around you are also likely to benefit from your personal development. ”
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