Emotional Intelligence is an undervalued but crucial skill for thriving in today’s modern times. Science indicates that more than any other intelligence, emotional aptitude ensures adaptability, success, and life-satisfaction. Emotional intelligence skills can be learned and employed in one’s own life and community. These skills are necessary to overcome adversity and collectively evolve through creative problem solving, personal resilience and community teamwork. Increase your emotional intelligence and cultivate resilience through body-mind knowledge, self-mastery skills, herbal and lifestyle remedies to increase your own security, life-satisfaction and community support.
In this course you will:
- Recognize the value of emotional intelligence
- Initiate deep self-awareness
- Uncover emotional vulnerabilities
- Cultivate self-mastery skills
- Understand the Body-Mind relationship
- Create a personal Resilience Strategy
- Optimize communication & leadership skills
- Have immediate and practical application
This is a 6-week online course, with 90 minute live interactive classes once a week.
Class Dates: Wednesdays, 7 pm central time, beginning March 1st – April 5th, 2017.
Registration is open until March 15, 2017. All classes are recorded for download.
HOW TO REGISTER
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Instructor Bio: Crystal Honeycutt.
She specializes in working with chronic illness and has a unique approach that combines clinical holistic health and personal growth. She has been in private practice for nearly 10 years. Crystal’s work grew out of her own life experiences and a desire to more deeply understand health as a dynamic process.
She teaches healthcare professionals and has been featured at major herbal conferences along with mentoring herbalists and teaching community holistic health classes. Crystal volunteers with women & children advocacy groups, primitive skills gatherings and local nature-connection.
Crystal is Lumbee Indian and native to the piedmont of North Carolina where she practices.