Anger and Emotional Intelligence-Part II
Increasing emotional competencies such as self-awareness, self-perception, emotion regulation, empathy, and self-control allows us to experience emotional balance. We become aware of our actions. Having an accurate assessment of emotional intelligence (EI) competencies allows us to gain information about baseline functioning and areas of identified work. The EQI-2.0 offers critical information in the area of: self-perception, self-expression, decision making, interpersonal/social awareness, and stress management. These categories measures subcategories within that composite area. SB Consulting’s Retraining Anger is the first Colorado certified provider to use EQI-2.0. Anger and Emotional Intelligence:
Hard data can be utilized to create a personalized plan to build EI competencies. Often, developing and integrating EI components resolve secondary issues which create anger, depression, substance abuse, and anxiety.
Treatment is provided in a confidential setting for clients who wish to maintain their anonymity. Alternatively, cost-effective small group learning is offered for clients who benefit from joint learning.
“Life is indeed colourful. We can feel in the pink one day, with our bank balances comfortably in the black, and the grass seemingly no greener on the other side of the fence. Then out of the blue, something tiresome happens that makes us see red, turn ashen white, even purple with rage. Maybe controlling our varying emotions is just ‘colour management’ by another name.”
― Alex Morritt,
You can find the first part to this discussion here.