Equilibrium Dynamics Overview
Target demographics: Low income, Minorities, Educators, Health Care Professionals, General population
Geographic areas served: San Francisco, Bay Area and Beyond
Programs: *Introductory lectures and seminars, for health organizations, high school students & faculty, and corporations
e.g. San Francisco and Sonoma county high schools, California; Northern California Psychiatric Society; UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Care Center, medical students & faculty; SNMA medical students.
*Parent workshops to improve family dynamics & communications and support student performance, e.g. PreCollege Programs at Sonoma State;
*Partnerships with universities, colleges and other organizations to provide emotional competence workshops to empower participants to improve their performance through selected skills training and consultations
e.g. HBCs, nationally; Kent State, OH; Sonoma State, CA.
*Training seminars for counselors, therapists and teachers, etc. interested in learning the comprehensive emotional competence curriculum as a foundation for emotional competence skills development.
*Development of teaching materials and resources for use with high school, college and medical students, parents, professionals and others.
*Research & evaluation to assess impact and improve outcomes for teachers and students in our programs.
Everbody has feelings. But not everybody is familiar with the fundamental principles and basic dynamics of those feelings.
We teach key aspects of feelings as well as the related skills and strategies for managing them. These topics are commonly known as emotional intelligence (EQ), emotional competence or Social Emotional Learning (SEL). Research indicates that these skills and strategies empower students for success whenever they are applied.
- Empower individuals to reach highest realistic goals in academic achievements, occupations, and healthy living in functional families.
- Increase public awareness and practice of emotional competence skills to create thriving institutions and safe neighborhoods with community participation for the common good.
- Partner with others for maximum impact and efficiency, putting emotional competence into practice.
- Contribute to the knowledge and experience in this field and our own effectiveness through ongoing evaluation of our programs.
91% of those who have taken a course found it valuable.
92% learned something they can use.
89% learned something to help them meet their professional and personal responsibilities.