How to help your children develop emotional intelligence
Join Dr Rosina as she interviews Keyuri Joshi on how to help your children develop emotional intelligence - a key skill for life success. Keyuri believes that toddlers are mini versions of teens and that if parents want the teenage years to be easier, they need to start early to identify and implement a parenting style that is not just loving, but effective. Keyuri works with parents of children aged birth to 10 as a “personal trainer” for their private and parenting goals.
Of vital importance to Keyuri is to teach parents how to build emotional intelligence skills in their children. Research proves that kids who are raised by emotion coaching parents are on a completely different trajectory than those children of other parents. Teachers help kids to pass tests at school and parents are in a prime position to help their kids pass the tests of life. Keyuri Joshi “retired” from nursing to be a stay at home mom. As her only child grew more independent, she turned her passion of supporting others into her profession. She is certified by the ICF (International Coach Federation) as a Life and Parenting Coach, and an Emotional Intelligence Coach. For more about Keyuri see her website www.ontheballparent.com