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    Learning to be mindful helps clients focus on their present thoughts and to live in the moment. Distress tolerance is accepting the things that happen to you as they happen. Emotion regulation is the acceptance and understanding of one’s own emotional experiences. It also involved learning to decrease negative emotions and increase positive emotions. Finally, interpersonal effectiveness refers to life skills that most individuals possess. Interpersonal effectiveness is how we interact and communicate with each other, and is the foundation of healthy relationships (Love, 2016). Dialectical Behavior Therapy is the fundamental treatment practiced at Springwoods Behavioral…

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    Case History: Kevin was just your ordinary kid, the youngest of many children in the McCallister family. He was, as the movie portrayed him, the least popular member of the family, being bullied by his older brother Buzz and often ignored by his parents and cousins. This neglect reaches its peak when Kevin is left at home alone, the kid is eight remember, while the rest of his family rushes to the airport to board a flight to Paris after the power goes out and they oversleep. In fact, his…

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    “Social support represents an important individual resource that has been associated with multiple indices of adaptive functioning and resiliency” (Di Fabio, 2015). This can lead to emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence allows us to understand our character and our personality traits. With social support, it allows us to be accepted for who we are and our differences. “Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize your emotions, understand what they 're telling you, and realize…

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    Emotional Intelligence also known as “EQ” is a very important skill that not everyone has had one that cannot be taught and learned easily. It is like a skill that we develop through our life that we never notice. EQ is the way we manage our emotions and how we communicate with others. Everyone has an EQ but some are higher than others how high is yours? For example, People who never laugh or make everything into a joke have a low EQ. And people with a strong EQ never have the motive to say “I…

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    Emotional Intelligence A high level of emotional intelligence is key to a successful future – both personally and professionally. The ability to analyze the emotions of oneself and others’ and act accordingly based on the observations aids each individual exponentially. Emotional intelligence is made up of a few key qualities that especially benefit professionals in specific fields. Harnessing and expanding my emotional intelligence at Velvet Moth Photography has aided in making my time with…

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    Happiness In Workplace

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    al. hypothesized that positive emotions can be transmitted to the employee’s partner and that positive vigor and dedication are positively related to happiness. This study is one of the only to explore happiness in regards to translation to a partner with association to work. In empirical terms, the study aimed to explore if daily work events and the attitude influenced by those events are carried home in the form of happiness. Their results concluded that the “positive effects of work…

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    This paper has been formulated to explore the four components of Emotional Intelligence (EI), and how they aid leaders achieve strategic goals that support organizational goals and visions. In doing so research is conducted on the leader styles of transactional and transformational leader’s are compared and contrasted. The research discerns how EI factors as a critical skillset for communicating the organization’s mission and vision statement to employees in a synergistic approach that garners…

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    A human being is capable of performing three tasks that determine who they are: emotional intelligence, personality, and intelligence quotient. Emotional intelligence is the capability to be aware of, control, and express emotions. Being able to understand what emotional intelligence is, pinpointing the emotional skills I have obtained, and how it makes me a better citizen can help shape the world for a brighter future Homosapiens evolved to become emotionally intelligent which helps the…

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    1. Introduction Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to identify, express, and discriminate feelings. After use the ability, we can use them to understand the different viewpoints, solving problems, reflect and monitor order’s moods, but when we wanted the emotional demand and function to be effective. Therefore, it needs to contain our individual context and self experiences to function on emotional intelligence (McKenna & Webb, 2013). On the other hand, Perter Salovey and John D. Mayer…

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    In this assignment, I will be combining my knowledge of emotional resilience and intelligence, as well as relation based practice. I will explore these factors using my own experiences along with my understanding of "self". I will elaborate by providing personal experiences of group work then the roles within this. By demonstrating my ability to work with others I will provide an understanding of the challenges and values group work can provide. Edith Grotberg developed a definition of…

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